The queen of consistency, Ellie is laser focussed on becoming the world number 1...
Ellie started triathlon at 11 years old in her hometown of Brisbane, Australia, after reading about a local kids triathlon on a cereal box. She immediately fell in love with the sport and asked her parents to sign her up at the kids Triathlon Club at the local pool. Ellie progressed through the sport at lightning speed and went on to win multiple Australian State and National titles before kicking off her career at the highest level on the ITU circuit.
"I am a huge believer in finding your 'why'. This helps me bring all important perspective to a tough training routine."
Ellie made the switch to long-distance racing in 2016 and has since won 15 half distance titles, is the current Australian Long Course champion, and has her eyes firmly set on becoming the Ironman 70.3 World Champion.
In order to dedicate herself to winning one of the most sought after title in long-distance, Ellie splits her time between living in Brisbane, Australia and Boulder, USA in order to max out on racing in both hemispheres. Get an insight into her precision approach to training for 70.3 success here.