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Active PIVX SPORTS AMBASSADOR: Leading Australian Female Triathlete (And World Champion Contender) - Maighan Brown

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: Maighan Brown

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At the age of 25 I entered my first triathlon on the Gold Coast, 4.5 years later I have secured my Professional Triathlon License, where I am now wanting to further my career within the sport & represent my country on a national level. I have been training under Olympic & World Champion Coach Craig Walton for the last 1.5years, with the goal of taking my career to the next level.

With the help of PIVX so far, I have not only managed to customize all of my race kits, race bike to the PIVX Colours and Logos. I have also been privileged to travel across Australia to all of my racers during my 2019 season and represent PIVX.

My 2020 season has not exactly taking off as expected due to the sudden Covid-19 outbreak & lockdown rules. As per my previous proposal, the racers outlined, have either been cancelled or postponed. With that all said, I have been given some exciting opportunities throughout these lockdown period to race in the virtual world. I have received some fantastic local media exposure & also the opportunity to keep motivated and race athletes all around with world in my own back yard.

For those that don’t know, I had recently competed in my first Professional 70.3 Ironman in Geelong, Melbourne with over 1500 competitors and thousands of spectators from all over the world, where I placed 8th out of 350 female competitors. This particular race was my first ever long course race consisting of a 1.9km swim, 90km ride & 21.1km run. I was able to come out of the swim in 2nd place, a close 5th place off the bike & I finished up 8th overall in my first Professional 70.3.

With that race, it has provided me a new and exciting pathway in my professional racing career. I have managed to race in the IronmanPro Virtual series over these past couple of months. The way in which that worked was, with all pools being closed they introduced a series that involved a different distance every week. First race was on a program through a virtual online program called “Rouvy” where I rode a 90km virtual circuit in Boulder, Colorado, a 5km run, followed by a 21.1km run. The run could be completed indoors or outdoors and could be done within 48hours of the start time (I have included some of the media clippings over the past couple of months that have appeared in our local papers and news)

With restriction now starting to ease in Australia & racers starting to appear back on the race calendar. This year now looks a little like; I plan on furthering my career into long course 70.3 racing.

  • 13th September 2020 – Sunshine Coast 70.3 Australia
  • 11th October 2020 – Shepparton 70.3 Victoria
  • 1st November 2020 – Noosa Triathlon
These events attract thousands of competitors and spectator around the world. They also give me the opportunity to provide maximum exposure & represent PIVX on a Professional level. All of these events are recognized as worldwide qualifiers for the World Championships & also receive huge media exposure.

My proposal for the next budget of three month of PIVX. I would love to continue representing PIVX as a sports ambassador for the sum of 1000 PIV each month for the next three months.

In return I will continue to upload a minimum of 2 posts a week via Instagram tagging PIVX and utilising the relevant hashtags. I will also continue to wear the PIVX logo apparel to training sessions, local events, media releases & all of my professional racers. The PIVX will be utilised to assist with my monthly travel expenses, training expenses, nutrition & creating more exposure in the world of Triathlon for PIVX. I also aim to boost my social media following, expanding into a whole new pathway in the world of Triathlons.

And finally, I just wanted to say thank you, for all of your support to date. With the help of PIVX I have managed to pursue my goals & hopefully this year with the continued support of PIVX, see PIVX represented on a World Stage in Triathlons.

Once again, thank you and please feel free to provide any feedback.

RACE RESULT SUMMARY:

2015
– Caloundra Triathlon Sprint Distance - 2nd Place 2015
– Raby Bay Triathlon Sprint Distance - 3rd Place 2015
– Luke Harrop Triathlon Sprint Distance - 3rd Place 2015
– Raby Bay Sprint Distance - 2nd Place 2015
– Byron Bay Olympic Distance - 1st Place 2016
– Robina National Championships - 2nd (age 25-29) 2016
– Kingscliff Olympic Distance - 1st (age 25-29) 2016
– Byron Bay Olympic Distance Triathlon - 1st Place

2016
– World Age group Championships – Mexico, Cozumel - 18th
– Noosa Triathlon Olympic Distance - 1st Place (age 25-29)

2017
– Robina Australian Triathlon Championships, Sprint Distance- 1st overall 2017
– Mooloolaba Australian Championships, Olympic Distance 1st Place
- Rotterdam, Netherlands – World Triathlon Championships, Sprint Distance (age 25-29) - 1st Place

2018
– Glenelg, South Australia Elite Sprint Distance - 20th Place
– Luke Harrop Elite Sprint Distance – 7th Place
– Robina Sprint Distance Triathlon - 1st Place

  • Noosa Triathlon – November – 10th

    2019
    - Burleigh Swim Run - 1st Place
    - Mooloolaba Triathlon Sprint Distance - 1st Place
    - Super League Triathlon - Bali Qualifier - 8th Place
    - Queensland Tri Series Robina January – Opens 1st Place
  • Queensland Tri Series Olympic Distance -September – Opens 1st Place
  • Nepean Triathlon Elites– October – 3rd Place
  • Noosa Triathlon Elites – November – 12th
2020

- 1500m open water swim – QLD Swim series – 1st place

- Swim- Run Miami – Opens 3rd Place

- Burleigh Swim Run – Elites 2nd Place

- 70.3 Ironman Geelong Professionals – 8th Place
 

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