WINNERS: IRONMAN-W.A.(Busselton). Congratulation Kevin on the Final Race (No: 5). Five IRONMAN Races in one year with 5 WINS in the 55 to 59 Age Group, with 3 race Records (if not 4-to be checked).
If thats not enough, when I spoke with Kevin this morning, to wish him well. He tells me he is of to Climb “The Gloucester Tree” today, a giant Karri tree in the Gloucester National Park of Western Australia. At 72 metres in height, it is the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree, and visitors can climb up to a platform in its upper branches for a spectacular view of the surrounding karri forest.
I mean what else would you do!!!!
This is it, Five days to go, I can’t believe how nervous I am already. The pressure to finish number 5 is huge and with the media getting on board, just adds that bit more.
There is an article about Iron5for55 in the next issue of the Triathlon & Multi Sport Magazine and the Perth paper, The West Australian – thewest.com.au, is doing an article when I get over there.
Last Jetty ocean swim in prep for Busso; if the conditions are like this I will be pretty happy. Thanks James Knowler for capturing my thoughts and feelings. This has been a physical and and emotional journey, but also rewarding for me, and hopefully my sponsors and most importantly Cancer Council SA. Continue reading
South Australian triathlete, Kevin Fergusson, is competing in the last of his 5 ironman races in Busselton on December 7. He has raised over $23,000 so far for cancer research, but would like to get a lot closer to his target of $55,000.
The rush is here!!!! Fantastic to have large corporate companies getting behind iron5for55. A big thank you to Wilson Parking for their donation of four TDU corporate passes valued at $1800.