Harry Summers
Harry Summers is one Of Australia's best ever distance Runners. He has represented Australia In Commonwealth Games and won a record Three City To Surf Runs - Australia's Biggest Fun Run He has also represnted Australia in World Cross Country events and Oceania Championships. Harry Is using the Endurance Recovery Boots to help him recover from long runs and his new event the Marathon which is 42km where he is looking to break more records.




Remy Siemsen
Sydney FC Football Player Remy Siemsen is a striker who plays for Sydney FC in the W-League As a winner of Prestigious Golden Boot award in 2020 Remy uses Endurance Recovery Boots Daily to manage her recovery and help her stay at the top of her game. Remy has represented Australia on the U/20 national team and is on mission to be selected for the Matildas.




Chloe Scheer
Chloe Scheer is anAustralian rules footballer playing for the Adelaide Football Club in the AFL Women's (AFLW).
After suffering 2 serious knee injuries during her career Chloe is not taking any shortcuts and using The Endurance Recovery Boots to Help her recovery from games and training.




Warren Williams
Head Coach Warren is a qualified Level 3 Middle and Long Distance Coach, and Level 2 Advanced Recreational Running Coach with Athletics Australia with more than three decades of experience. He is also an accredited Foundation Level Coach with Triathlon Australia.

In May of 2019 he was awarded the inaugural award for "NSW RECREATIONAL RUNNING COACH OF THE YEAR" by the Board Members of Athletics NSW.

He has been involved in the sport of running for more than 40 years and is an experienced coach of Juniors and adults at all levels.

A former competitive triathlete, Warren focused on running and became one of NSW top Masters athletes. He has multiple Age Group wins and podium finishes throughout Australia and in the USA.




Dean Cane

Dean Cane is a professional triathlete from Brisbane and has a huge future in the sport He is the 2020 Australian Cross Triathon Champion and 2020 Oceania Triathlon winner. At only 21 years of age he is one athlete to watch.




Tierney Dunne
Tierney is aiming to become Australia's next Sprint Queen Tierney specialises in the 100m and 200m sprint events and has won many Australian junior and NSW state title sprint titles.





Marnie Ponton
Marnie Ponton is one of Australia's most exciting up and coming distance runners Having represented Australia in World cross country titles she has now switched her focus to the marathon so watch out for her performances in the future Having represented Australia in World cross country titles she has now switched her focus to the marathon so watch out for her performances in the future




 Troy Jones
Troy is a personal trainer @ Transform40 gym and an Endurance Freak He is currently running from Perth to Sydney running 60km a day to raise money for mental health and suicide prevention You can read all about his journey below.




Hannah Sculley

Hannah Sculley - Iron woman
Hannah is a professional Iron woman competing In Kelloggs Nutri Grain surf series. Hannah has been involved in Surf lifesaving for over 10 years and is looking to chase her Iron Woman dreams.




Elite Female Football
Elite Female Football is committed to developing women’s football game by providing a platform to enhance and challenge young players in order to reach their football potential. The philosophy at Elite Female Football is to encourage and demand players to work hard, have fun and dream big.




 Bonnie Toogood - AFLW Player
Bonnie Toogood is an Australian rules footballer playing for the Western Bulldogs in the AFL Women's. Toogood was drafted by the Western Bulldogs with their second selection and eleventh overall in the  AFL Women's rookie draft.




Harriet Cordner AFLW Player
Harriet Cordner is an Australian rules footballer with the Richmond Football Club in the AFL Women's competition. She was recently selected in 2021 All Australian womens team as one of Australia's best AFL players




Matt Felton
My names Matt Felton, T46 Para Marathon runner and Paralympic 2021 hopeful. Career best 3rd in the Para Marathon World Cup in 2018 and representing Australia in the 2019 Para World Championships finishing 6th. In late 2019 Matt achieved his Pb in the Frankfurt Marathon and hit the Australian Paralympic qualification AA-b standard, selection for non automatic qualifiers will be announced later in the year.