The Highlights

You can read the blog from beginning to end by accessing the archives (listed by month at the bottom right of this page) or starting here.

But what if you don’t want to trawl through all of the archives to get the low-down on She Can Try?  Well just take a look at these posts linked below – the turning points and most popular posts according to the number of clicks.

Or click here to read about me.

If you’re looking for something in particular, try the search bar on the right or contact me directly if you have a question!

It began with signing up for the Bribie Triathlon… (click to read)

I nearly drowned (click to read)

I ran like an 80 year-old (click)

I didn’t own a bike, but Shane (my partner) hooked me up (click)

I took a gamble and entered the Noosa Triathlon (click)

Improvement was slow, but it could have been worse

I wrote a post that got triple the number of views than any previous post – read it to find out why!

I had lots of help and persevered

At the half-way mark to Bribie, no-one was sure I would make it.

I took a break over Christmas and came back with a vengeance.

I even beat my running injuries and managed to complete my first parkrun

And finally, it was race day at Bribie Island Triathlon 2016.

With the new goal of the Straddie Salute in focus, my running got serious.

My swimming form took a turn for the better.

Although it wasn’t all fun and games – I suffered my first near-death experience and a swimming DNF

I kept focused on why doing a triathlon race is so exciting

And on the people that inspire me.

The Straddie Salute Triathlon came and went,

Quickly followed by my longest running-only event, the City2South 14km run

…And there is more to come!  Stay tuned by entering your email address into the subscribe box on the right.  You will receive a short email each time a new post is published.