Athletes.

Kris Gemmell - New Zealand

Olympic triathlete Kris Gemmell has been competing in triathlon internationally for close to 15 years and still just loves to race. "It's what gets me out of bed in the morning, knowing your build up has been perfect and you are raring to go," he says.

As a full-time professional athlete, Kris regards himself as self-employed. It is his passion, and his desire to remain true to his values sees him working to compete at the highest level internationally on a daily basis. As a professional, Kris believes in the importance of being accountable for all your actions, which will he says "make you a better athlete in the long run".

Kris Gemmell - New Zealand

Olympic triathlete Kris Gemmell has been competing in triathlon internationally for close to 15 years and still just loves to race. "It's what gets me out of bed in the morning, knowing your build up has been perfect and you are raring to go," he says.

As a full-time professional athlete, Kris regards himself as self-employed. It is his passion, and his desire to remain true to his values sees him working to compete at the highest level internationally on a daily basis. As a professional, Kris believes in the importance of being accountable for all your actions, which will he says "make you a better athlete in the long run".

Chris Legh - Australia

Chris Legh has logged over 85 worldwide professional race wins. His success has included being a two-time Ironman Triathlon Champion, a five-time Australian National Champion, and holding the world number-one ranking in long course

2x Ironman Champion:
2004 Ironman Coeur D'alene
2000 Ironman California