Online Articles

Here you will find a selection of my online articles. To read, click on “Read Online”, marked blue, below each picture.

For articles that have appeared in print, please see my Journalism Portfolio page.


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Perform Your Best at Every Age – Whether you’re a Millenial or a Baby Boomer, here’s how to get the most out of your training, recovery, and lifestyle. Read Online

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IRONMAN 70.3 Victoria: Experience Quintessential Canada – Warm up, race, and recover in one of British Columbia’s favorite triathlon hubs. Read Online

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“Without Even Breaking a Sweat:” Meet the Jacked IRONMAN – Austin Spencer lives by a big mantra, confident about his IRONMAN debut this weekend in Whistler. Read Online

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British Triathlete Named a Hero – IRONMAN UK finisher credits his training for giving him the strength to pull a four-year-old boy to safety last week. Read Online


16 Top Performances of 2016 Read Online

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17 to Watch in 2017 Read Online

Triathlon Magazine Canada


10 ways triathlon has made you no fun – Do any of these apply to you? Read Online


A rising star: Desirae Ridenour. Triathlon Canada considers her our country’s next triathlon star. Read Online


Jon Dunkerley and James Cook: Canada’s next Paralympic stars? The duo eyes 2020 Tokyo Paralumpics. Read Online


Corbin runs down McBride to win Ironman Canada 2017. Read Online


VIDEOS: Pro tips to master the swim, bike and run courses at Ironman Canada. Read Online


My first half distance race: Ironman 70.3 Weymouth. Read Online

A full listing of all of my articles published by Triathlon Magazine Canada Online can be found here.

Adventure Sports Journal


Sea Otter Classic 2016 – It’s a Wrap. Reflections on an inspiring weekend of all things cycling. Read Online


Ride and Tie World Championships 2016 coming to California. The coolest sport you’ve never heard of. Read Online


Top Five Places to Sleep Outdoors in California. Perfect spots for setting up camp away from the city lights. Read Online

The Signal

Halifax student aiming for the Olympics

Why is Halifax such a hotbed for sprint kayaking?

This study suggests music does more than cure exercise boredom

Elite N.S. skaters — they train in central Canada

Chan and Chartrand win national skating titles

Triathlon feature – Corey Deveaux

Kinduct – building the star athletes of the future

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