Australian 100m hurdler
Sydney Uni athletics club
Rio 2016 Olympian
27 | Australia
Sydney University engineering graduate (Mechatronic)
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Loving being back over hurdles again 😍
It’s taken a while but so worth it to be back doing what I love pain free!
Can’t thank my team enough for all the hard work that’s been going on behind the scenes ❤️
A few of my rehab exercises which will hopefully get me back over hurdles soon!
Last year I sustained injuries to my ankle and back which I’m still coming back from but I’m getting a little better every day and working hard to get myself ready to race in 2021 💪🏼😊
For everyone doing their part and staying at home, give a few laps of this circuit a try! #HomeWorkout #StrongTogether #Puma
20 x Pushups
10 x Donkey Kicks (each side)
10 x Forearm to Hand Plank
10 x Hamstring Slides
10 x SL Squats (each side)
20 x Lying Leg Raises
10 x Side Plank Leg Lifts (each side)
Just have to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
Don’t worry @jacintabeecher was more than 2m away when she took this photo 📷
Happy Friday everyone 😊
It’s been a long 4 months managing injury since World Champs but I finally got to wear spikes today!!! Still a long way to go to be back racing but getting closer every day 😁
Post training feels 😅 Thanks @ohyeahnaa for catching me hot and sweaty after my last rep today 😂
Pretty gutted to hear Australia will only be sending athletes they think can make a final to the next World Junior Championships. It seems pretty crazy to me to be depriving so many athletes of a meaningful competition and pathway. I know for a lot of aspiring young athletes including myself back in the day, World Juniors is an amazing opportunity which motivates athletes at an age when a lot drop out of the sport. I really hope for the sake of all our up and coming athletes and for the development of athletics in Australia this decision is reconsidered.
Finally got to spend the day exploring some of Qatar! Swipe through the photos to see some of our adventure 😊🐪
Would have liked a little more tonight but I carried an injury into these championships which got the better of me tonight. Still incredibly proud of how I performed and 19th in the world is pretty amazing! 😆 Also a HUGE thank you to everyone who helped me get to the start line these championships!!! Pictured here are just a few of the legends from our Aussie medical team who worked tirelessly to make this happen ❤️