A relative newcomer to the sport of Triathlon, Hamish is climing the NZ and World Rankings with some impressive performances. Coming from a swimming background, and through a dedicated training regime, he has quickly increased his skills and fitness in the other disciplines. On the cycling side, he is supported by Crank It Cycles and Specialized New Zealand.
He recently took delivery of a Specialized Transition Pro time trial bike, upon which he has already produced some outstanding results.
Hamish competing in the ITU World Cup, Auckland, November 2011 on his new Specialized Transition Pro
- 1st, Contact Tri Series, Whangamata, 3rd January 2012. Read about it here (link to Hearld article, may expire)
- 1st 20-24, 2nd overall, ITU World Cup, Auckland, November 2011
- 1st 20-24 Age Group Triathlon World Champs China 2011
- 1st 20-24 Age Group Aquathon World Champs China 2011
- 1st Under 23 Elite 2011 Oceania Duathlon Champs Taupo
- 1st Under 23 Elite 2011 New Zealand Duathlon Champs Taupo
- 2011 NZ Triathlon Age Group Champs Wellington. Placed 1st 20-24. 2nd overall Trophy Race.
- 2010-11 Contact Triathlon Series Rotorua, 6th place nationally.
- 2010-11 Contact Triathlon Series Whangamata, 7th place nationally.
- 2011 Triathlon Oceania Sprint Champs, 13th under 23 elite.
- 2010/11 Triathlon season 2nd 20-24 age group overall points.
- 2010 House of Travel Triathlon Elite Cup Christchurch, 13th overall.
- 2010 NZ Triathlon Age Group Champs Kinloch. Placed 2nd 20-24.
- 2010 NZ Triathlon Age Group Champs Wellington. Placed 2nd 20-24.
- Massey Elite Sport Bursary.
- Member of Massey University Academy of Sport 2009-2011.
- 2010 Massey Blues Award for Triathlon.
- Massey University High Achievers Sports Scholarship 2009.
- Recipient of Young Achievers Awards for National Swimming:
- South Wairarapa District Council in 2006 & 2007.
- Rotary Club of Carterton 2005, 2007 and 2008.
- National Swimming Age Groups Championships in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,2009.
- Swimming Olympic Trials in 2008.