I was proud to be selected as one of the thirteen athletes chosen to represent Australia at the 2018 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs. It gives me a great sense of pride to represent not just my country at this event, but also all of my serving and ex-serving brothers and sisters.
Day one was a bust. Unfortunately the track and field events for the day had to be postponed due to very high winds. We decided to go and see the sights and had a great day after all.
A fantastic blue sky set the scene for a wonderful day at the track. The competition was tough but all of the Aussies turned up the heat. We came away with 12 medals. I managed Gold in the 100m, 200m and 400m and Bronze in the relay thanks to the efforts of my team.
Awesome, I was very proud to walk into the stadium surrounded by all my mates on Team Australia. We are all looking forward to a fantastic life changing games. Thank you Australia for allowing us to represent you at these games.
Australia and England faced off in a three set match. It was a very close game however Australia came away with the win two sets to one. Thank you to the English team for a very well fought game.
A very proud moment for us all. It is a wonderful feeling to be awarded medals for your events. I believe that they are not a symbol of how well I went on the day, but of how well I have gone on my journey since my accident. This achievement belongs to my personal support network, my family, my team mates and my wonderful coaches as well. I can't thank you all enough.
Wow it was a tough event, lots of really good athletes in my races. I managed to win a Silver in the 4 minute row and a Bronze for the 1 minute row. Thanks to all the other athletes and my team mates for all their kind words and congratulations.
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