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Australian Men

Tony has coached athletes in many countries directly or by correspondence over the years. Many started as teenagers. Not mentioned here are the many triathletes who have represented their country in various age group categories because there are simply too many to list. The list below represents the best of the Australian male athletes

Bryce Quirk - World Championship Olympic Distance Triathlete

A 2004/2005 World Championship representative Bryce ran 31:31/10k easing up to win the 2005 Australian Olympic Distance Championship and become the first Victorian in 15 years stand on top of the National podium. Bryce, who has won or placed in ITU events came to Tony in early 2004 to get assistance with strategic planning and to improve his run.

Miles Stewart - Olympic Triathlete


At Col Stewart's invitation Tony assisted Miles, an Australian Olympic and Commonwealth Games representative, with his running technique on a regular basis since 2000

Sean Foster - Ironman Triathlete

Coached by Tony in cycling and running from 1994 to 2004 Sean recorded four "Top 10" Ironman finishes, competed in two time Hawaii Ironman events and has an IM bests of 8:46 hour with bests, under Tony of 4:48hr for the bike (2002) and 2:55hr run (2003). He was also the EPS swim coach for many years and, under Tony's supervision, coordinated the EPS Ironman program in 2003 and 2004 and the cycling program in 2004.

Gemeda Adem - Track Athlete

2005 Australian U14 Track 1500m Champion

Mark Mathews - Ironman Duathlete

2001 Zofingen World Duathlon Age Group Duathlon winner, 2001 World Duathlon Championship 8th placegetter

David Owen - Ironman Triathlete/Duathlete

Australian Elite representative in the 1999 World Duathlon Championships and a sub 9 hour Ironman.

Bill Dandy - Ironman Triathlete

1997 Australian Age Group Ironman Champion

Greg Williams - AFL Football

1994 Premiership player, Brownlow medalist and Norm Smith medalist

Glen Ritchie - Track & Field

Sub "4" minute miler at 3:58.43

Peter Fossey - Track & Field

1986 Commonwealth Games decathlon representative

 

Steve Moneghetti - Track & Field

Tony coached Steve, shown here as a very young athlete, for 5 years prior to accepting the Head Coach position in the Philippines. Steve went on to represent Australia in the marathon at Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games and World Championships for 15 years. His best time was 2:08:13.

 

Wayne Dwyer (Right)- Track & Field

1985 Australian 3000m Steeplechase champion, Pacific Conference Games representative and 3:39.9/1500m runner.

John Walsh (Left) - Track & Field

1983 Australian Junior Steeplechase Champion.


 

Brian Lewry - Track & Field

1979 Australian World XC Representative.

Colin McCurry - Track & Field

1975 Australian 800m Representative.