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schedule

The focus for the second half of 2017 and 2018 will be the accumulation of KPR points in an effort to return to the Big Island. For this reason the 70.3 events are complimentary in nature and subject to change.

  • Challenge Iskandar Puteri                                                                                AUGUST
  • Ironman 70.3 Gurye, Korea                                                                           SEPTEMBER
  • Ironman Taiwan, Taiwan                                                                                  OCTOBER
  • Ironman Western Australia                                                                              DECEMBER

2017

  • Ironman New Zealand                                                                                    MARCH
  • Challenge Wanaka                                                                                        FEBRUARY
  • Challenge Nakon Nayok, Thailand                                                               JULY
  • Ironman Switzerland                                                                                       JULY
  • Emrbunman, France                                                                                       AUGUST
  • National Duathlon Championship                                                                 OCTOBER
  • Ironman Western Australia                                                                             DECEMBER

2018

  • Sufferfest Albany                                                                                                 FEBRUARY
  • Ironman New Zealand                                                                                      MARCH
  • Busselton 70.3                                                                                                   MAY
  • Embrunman, France                                                                                          AUGUST
  • ITU long course Work Championships, Switzerland                                      SEPTEMBER
  • Ironman Malaysia                                                                                            NOVEMBER
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results

2017 was a breakthrough year for Allister. In his second year as Pro, he won Sufferfest Albany before hopping across the ditch and narrowly missing the podium at the illustrious Challenge Wanaka, clocking the second quickest marathon of the day.  After a lacklustre middle of the year Allister finished strongly, winning every ATTA (Australian Time Trial Association) he singed up for and becoming the 2017 Australian Duathlon Champion with a blistering bike/run combination. 

 

2017

  • DNF (crash) -  Pro  - Ironman Western Australia, Busselton, Australia 
  • 1st  -  Pro  - Australian Duathlon Championships, Perth, Australia 
  • 12th -   Pro   -   Ironman Switzerland, Zurich, Switzerland 
  • 4th -   Pro   -   Challenge Nakon Nayok, Thailand
  • 4th  -  Pro  - Challenge Wanaka, New Zealand 
  • 1st -   OPEN   -   Sufferfest Albany, Western Australia

2016

  • 10th  -  Pro  - Ironman Taiwan
  • 7th  -  Pro  - Challenge Wanaka, New Zealand 
  • 3rd   -   OPEN   -   Endure Batavia Triathlon, Geraldton, Western Australia

2015

  • 14th  -  25-29  - Ironman World Championships, Hawaii - 9.28
  • 1st    -   25-29   -   Busselton Ironman 70.3 - 4:00
  • 1st    -   OPEN   -   Albany Classic Olympic Distance
  • 3rd   -   OPEN   -   Telstra Tri Series Sprint Triathlon Rockingham, Australia

2014

  • 1st-   25-29   -   Ironman Western Australia - 25-29 course record 8:45
  • 4th    -   25-29   -   Ironman World Championships, Hawaii - 9:08
  • 4th    -   25-29   -   Ironman Cairns, Australia - 9:25
  • 1st    -   25-29   -   Western Australia Olympic Distance Championship
  • 4th    -   OPEN   -   Karri Valley Long Course Triathlon

2013

  • 1st    -   25-29   -   Western Australia Sprint Championship
  • 10th -   25-29   -   Ironman Western Australia - 9:25