Mon, March 4, 2019

Sheldon College 2015 graduate and professional triathlete, Joanne Miller, achieved the best result of her career thus far in winning the Elite Women’s event at the OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania Cup in Devonport, Tasmania on Saturday.  Miller, who trains at Sheldon College with her coach, Matt Bury, is currently focused on gaining selection for Australia to contest the Under 23 World Championships in Switzerland later this year. 

The excerpt below is from Triathlon Australia's story Miller Thriller and the Obligatory Kiwi-Aussie Showdown published 2 March 2019. 

Queenslander Joanne Miller has reignited her career with a come from behind win today at the 2019 Devonport OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania Cup and Oceania Championships.

“I’ve just been in hiding . . . last year really wasn’t my year just mentally I wasn’t really into it and I had a few things go on” said Miller.

“I switched coaches a few times and I am now with Matt Bury. We had a sit down, made a good plan and I started training hard and I’ve managed to get two Conti Cup podiums. Matt has really had a positive effect on me.”

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