Monthly Archives: July 2016

2016 Melbourne Fire Fighter Stair Climb

homepage-mainPlease support this great event and terrific initiative. Click on the pic to visit their website.

We are glad to be involved again this year for not only this event but also to have the Melbourne Fire Brigade as a regular user of Aqualyte in their training program and fire stations.

Good People Doing Great Things

If being a high performance athlete was not achievement enough, it’s what these athletes do off the field as ambassadors for RUOK that sets them apart and makes them great.

Please follow Ash, Rach and a host of others personalities in their quest to ride 750km from Perth to Albany in October, stopping off in rural WA towns to provide coaching clinics and speak on mental health and wellbeing.

For more info on these outstanding individuals and the event, please visit

They are asking for the whole community to get behind their ‘Ride for Wheelbeing’. Should you wish to make a donation to this worthy cause, please visit

https://rideforwheelbeing.gofundraise.com.au

We hope that Aqualyte’s support will help get them through the ride, to spread the word on this important topic and to help raise much needed funds.

Good luck also to Rach on her participation in the upcoming Olympic Games and to Ash with her ACL rehab.

Triathlon WA – Triathlon Excellence Program

Claxton.jpgCongratulations to Jessica Claxton on recently winning the Junior Women’s Race at the ASTC Asian Cup Triathlon in Singapore. Jessica had a fantastic year of competition including winning the Oceania Junior Championships in New Zealand and the School Sport Australia Triathlon Championships in Hervey Bay. These performances have placed her second overall in the National Junior Series and contributed to her winning the 2015–16 Triathlon WA Triathlon Excellence Program athlete of the year.

The Triathlon Excellence Program, or TEP is Triathlon WA’s junior development program which was established to enable Triathlon WA to achieve its vision of ‘Sustained international success through the provision of an effective and efficient athlete pathway’. The TEP program is designed to move athletes through this pathway by developing their skills to enable them to achieve both their performance potential as well as develop a lifelong affinity with the sport.

Aqualyte is proud to be supporting this program and helping exciting emerging athletes such as Jessica in their training and competition.