Hugh Nicklason

A Home Away From Home

With Tasmania tattooed on his chest, distance runner Hugh Nicklason shares his journey on moving overseas in pursuit of wider ambitions.
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Amelia Spence

Homecoming

After some time overseas rediscovering her love for the sport, former Hockeyroo and Tasmania's Hockey One captain Amelia Spence shares her experience of moving back home and her love of the state.

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Scott Bowden

Balance Is Key

Tasmania is renowned for producing world-class athletes and Scott Bowden is no exception. Here he discusses the challenges of finding balance in sport and across all aspects of his life.

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Samuel Field

The Benefits Of Being Committed

The emerging middle distance runner attributes his recent success to being consistent. Here, he shares insight into how to achieve consistency in training, as well as the benefits that carry through to competition.

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TRAINING DIARY

New Heights - Tassie's Trampoline Athletes

November 19, 2019

We were invited to catch up with some of the Tasmanian athletes heading to Japan for the World Trampoline Championships.

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Hugh's favourite places to run

August 9, 2019

Tassie Athlete Hugh Nicklason shares his favourite places to run both in Tasmania and San Fransisco.

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2019 State XCO Series - Round 1

August 9, 2019

We captured some Tassie Athletes taking to the Tolosa mountain bike trails for round one of the XCO series.

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ABOUT TA

We're a journal sharing insight behind athletes of all sports and all abilities in Tasmania, Australia.

Instead of simply profiling an athlete, the premise is to delve into a key 'theme' our contributors find inspiring, collating a collection of topics and ideas worthwhile of sharing.

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Contributors

Dominic Anastasio
Primary Editor

Dominic is a track athlete and business owner in Hobart with interests in videography, photography and sharing inspiring stories.

Andrew Goyen
Contributor

Andrew is a recreational runner and nurse in Hobart. He is an avid enthusiast of the Tasmanian outdoors, reading and trail running.