Greg took up running at the age of 40 as 'he needed a hobby’. In the space of a decade, he's managed to cram more into 10 years than most of us do in a lifetime. Life truly did begin at 40!
Since then, he's competed in numerous events including 4 x Coast to Kosciusko 240km, 5 x North Face/UTA 100kms, 2 x Great North Walk/Run 100km & 100miles, 2 x Glasshouse Mountains 100km & 100miles, the Great Ocean Road 100km, the stunning Tarawera 100km in NZ, the Centennial Park 100km, a few 6 Foot Tracks, a number of marathons including Boston, and more recently, experimenting with triathlons, doing the Huskisson Half Ironman followed by the World's Toughest Daylight Triathlon down in the Snowy Mountains. Greg loves a physical and mental challenge whether it be distance or terrain.
Greg is also a long time supporter of Hands Across the Water having completed the 800km North Bike Ride from Bangkok to Khao Lak in 2011. Greg said after the ride that ‘with the right preparation, you could run the 800km’. Now it’s time to walk the talk - or rather run it. Greg lives in Sydney, with his wife Julie and children Hannah, Nicholas and Hugh.