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Nathan Shearer – Professional Triathlete and Triathlon Coach


"Relax. Execute. Enjoy."


Nathan Shearer

  • 6th Pro and Overall - Ironman New Zealand, 2018 - 8:18:27
  • 5th Pro and Overall - Ironman Western Australia, 2017 - 7:35:33
  • 14th Pro and Overall - Ironman Cairns, 2017 - 8:45:15
  • 1st AG and 38th Overall - Ironman World Championship, 2016 – 8:58:44
  • 1st AG and 14th Overall - Ironman New Zealand, 2016 – 8:47:18

Nathan Shearer was basically born with a cricket bat in one hand and a cricket ball in the other. A talented athlete from the get go, Nathan excelled at the elite levels of cricket, playing both domestically and overseas. After 5 long seasons back-to-back though, Australia’s favourite summer past time eventually took its toll on the young man from the Sunshine Coast. Suffering a severe case of ‘burnt out cricketer’, Nathan turned to triathlon in 2013….and hasn’t looked back.

Nathan entered Ironman Melbourne 2014 before even chancing his hand at the swim/bike/run concept. His first sprint triathlon was in 2013, followed by a number of 70.3 events, before his Ironman debut in March 2014. Nathan produced a solid 9:20:13 in his first full distance outing, placing 9th in his Age Group – and it’s fair to say that the triathlon bug firmly took hold and Nathan set his focus firmly on Kona.

His second race at Ironman Melbourne in 2015 saw Nathan produce a 9:12:10, claiming 3rd spot in his Age Group and securing his first ticket to the Big Dance – the Ironman World Championship. And what a debut it was…..finishing 5th in his Age Group in a time of 9:18:02. Nathan would go on to compete again in Kona in 2016, this time claiming top spot in his Age Group, as well as coming across the line as the 2nd Age Group athlete overall. An outstanding achievement for someone still so relatively new to the sport.

At the end of 2016, Nathan made the decision to start racing as a Professional triathlete. His passion for triathlon has also seen him delve into the world of coaching, mentoring a number of athletes to various successes across the globe. We are truly excited to have Nathan as part of Team Infinit and are looking forward to fuelling him as he commences his journey into the elite ranks of triathlon.

The Last Word: "I choose Infinit because, like race performance, you are only limited to what you can conceive in your own mind."


Stewart McLachlan – Surf Lifesaving Champion


"Quality not quantity. Be specific or don’t bother."


Stew McLachlan

  • 1st Paddleboard (Stock) - Molokai to Oahu Paddleboard World Championships, 2017 - 5:02:43
  • 1st Open Male Board – NSW Surf Lifesaving Championships, 2017
  • 1st Paddleboard (Stock) - Molokai to Oahu Paddleboard World Championships, 2016 – 5:05:41
  • 1st Open Male Board – Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships, 2015
  • 1st Open Male Board – Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships, 2014

Born and raised in Redhead on the NSW Central Coast, Stewart McLachlan was introduced to the ocean by his parents when they enrolled him at Nippers as a 9 year old. Stew took to Nippers at his local Surf Lifesaving Club like a fish to water. Fast forward to the present, and Stew is a 3 time Australian Open Paddleboard Champion, the current Molokai to Oahu Paddleboard Champion and record holder, a University graduate and is looking to study a PhD. This guy is talented on so many levels.

Known to many in Surf Lifesaving circles as ‘The Wriggler’, Stew is one of only two people to win three consecutive Australian Paddleboard Championships in the history of the sport. Comprehensive wins in 2013, 2014 and 2015 were backed up by his historic Molokai to Oahu win in 2016. The Wriggler completed the 51.5 kilometre (32 mile) event in 5:05:41, a new course record smashing the previous best time by nearly 7 minutes. And all of this – on debut.

Away from the ocean, Stew is a keen runner, tennis player and surfer. Newly married, Stew likes to spend time with his wife, his dogs and his XBOX. Stewart is the perfect example that Infinit Nutrition can be used in all facets of endurance sport – both on land and in the water! We are stoked to have Stew on the team and look forward to fuelling him to another Molokai to Oahu record in 2017!

The Last Word: "I choose Infinit because I want to be able to actually compete at a high level for 5 hours without significant stomach and fatigue issues."


Guy Crawford – Professional Triathlete and Triathlon Coach


"If you’re not having fun, you’re doing it wrong."


  • 4th Professional - Ironman 70.3 Bintan 2017 - 4:09:00
  • 3rd Professional - Challenge Taiwan 2017 - 8:23:47
  • 1st Professional - Emmett Olympic (Idaho State Champs) 2017 - 1:53:00
  • 1st Professional - Emmett Olympic (Idaho State Champs) 2016 - 1:50:35
  • 2nd Professional - Endure Batavia Triathlon OD, 2016 - 2:04:14
  • 3rd Professional - Ironman 70.3 Gurye Korea, 2016 - 4:00:37

Guy Crawford is a veteran of the triathlon scene, having taken up the sport in 1997 and turning Professional in 2009. A born and bred Kiwi, Guy now calls Perth Western Australia home however splits his time between WA and the United States. A half-ironman specialist, Guy’s strongest discipline is the swim. A large focus on swim training during his formative years as a triathlete has paid dividends for Guy, who is generally leading the field into T1.

In recent years, Guy has looked to take his passion for triathlon off the beaten track, competing in a number of off-road races, and achieving some good results. Guy has come away with podium finishes at Xterra Les Bois two years running and tackled the tough Xterra Rotorua course in early 2015. An unfortunate fall from his mountain bike during the race however, saw Guy hit his head and suffer a concussion. He still managed to finish the race though, placing 11th in the Professional category!!

Guy is also an experienced triathlon coach, combining with his partner Kate Bevilaqua, and forming GK Endurance in 2013. Guy has coached many athletes to PB’s and podium finishes in an array of events including Ironman and marathons both domestically and overseas. Guy’s wealth of experience, natural talent and easy going nature make him a popular coaching choice among the triathlon community. Definitely happy to have him in the Infinit Camp!!

The Last Word: "Infinit works. It's easy to use, it tastes good, it is customised to me, and it is something I can use in short races, as well as Ironman's. It's the product I encourage all my athletes to use."


Meredith Hill – Professional Triathlete


"Regardless of what your body is telling you, there is ALWAYS more in the tank."


  • 5th Pro and 30th Overall - Ironman Western Australia, 2017 - 8:24:02
  • 2nd Overall - Norseman Xtreme Triathlon - 12:16:50
  • 4th Pro and 7th Overall - Challenge Iceland, 2017 - 9:16:54
  • 1st AG and 10th Female Overall - Challenge Roth, 2016 - 9:27:37
  • 1st AG and 3rd Female Overall - Challenge Wanaka, 2016 - 10:34:21

Professional Triathlete Meredith Hill is never one to do things by halves!! Competing in Triathlon since 2007, Meredith favours the longer course racing over anything short. The bigger, the better – the more extreme, the more exciting. A talented Age Group triathlete, Meredith was always at the pointy end of the field. A breakthrough race at Challenge Wanaka in 2016 saw her finish 3rd place female overall, and Meredith went on to back it up with a 9:27:37 performance at Challenge Roth some 4 months later.

A fulltime physiotherapist, Meredith took her Professional Licence at the end of 2016. Injury foiled her effort to make it back to the podium at Wanaka in early 2017, however she was a successful entrant into the 2017 Norseman Xtreme Triathlon later that same year. All her energies were now focussed on this, her ‘A’ race, for the year.

Billed as one of the toughest triathlons on the planet, Norseman is similar in distance to a full Iron distance triathlon, but it is the setting that makes this race exceptionally brutal. The race begins in the icy cold waters of the Hardangerfjord and ends atop Mt Gaustatoppen, 1850m above sea level and some 220km away from the start line. With Mother Nature throwing wind, rain, ice and the bitter cold at competitors the entire time, this race lives up to all expectations.

Meredith’s goal at Norseman was nothing less than a Black T-shirt. The symbol of completing the entire Norseman journey. She wouldn’t be happy with anything less. An outstanding swim/bike leg saw Meredith leading the women’s field, but it wasn’t until partway through the marathon that she was passed by the eventual winner. It was a deserved podium spot for such a hardworking and talented athlete. Meredith claimed her Black T-shirt that day and did it in style.

2018 sees Meredith putting her hand up for yet another Xtreme triathlon – this time Celtman Extreme Scottish Triathlon. Another battle against the elements, but one we know this super tough competitor can handle. We love fuelling this girl to new and epic adventures!!

The Last Word: "I love Infinit because I can custom make exactly what I need from a nutritional and flavour perspective and have it in one source. Even better is that I don’t get any stomach issues or nausea with it, even over a 10-hour period."


Kevin Fergusson – Age Group Triathlete


"People say motivation doesn’t last, well neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it each day."


  • 3rd AG and 572nd Overall - Ironman World Championships, 2017 - 10:18:41
  • 1st AG and 52nd Overall - Ironman Sunshine Coast 70.3, 2017 - 4:26:16
  • 2nd AG and 121st Overall - Ironman Cairns, 2017 - 9:55:05
  • 1st AG and 61st Overall - Ironman Cairns, 2016 - 9:51:26
  • 1st AG and 56th Overall - Ironman Western Australia, 2016 - 9:27:38

Typical Aussie bloke turns triathlete – and a triathlon legend at that. Recently inducted as a Legend by Triathlon Australia, Kevin is a 9 time Age Group World Champion, having completed 23 Iron distance races – 5 of them in 2014!! Kevin embarked on his triathlon career in 1992, signing up to a local race in South Australia with his brother. He finished middle of the pack, gave up smoking and was officially hooked on the sport.

A dedicated athlete with a diehard competitive streak, Kevin devised the "Iron 5 for 55" concept in 2014 in a bid to raise $55,000 for cancer research in memory of his late mother. Kev committed to completing 5 Iron distances races in 2014, as well as setting course records in all races. He wasn’t far off either. Kevin completed and won his age group in all 5 races, setting course records in all but one....the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.

Kevin was stoked with his performance in 2014, but his main goal for iron5for55 was to raise $55,000. Kevin has finished every race he has started in his 23 year career and with $43,070 raised so far, he is determined to achieve this latest goal. You can help by donating to his Cancer Council SA fundraising page or through his iron5for55 donate page.

After qualifying again for the Ironman World Championships at IMWA in 2016, Kev spent the majority of 2017 rallying the Ironman Hierarchy in a bid to have his long time friend, fellow triathlete and quadriplegic Sid James join him for his Kona experience. After many ups and downs, Ironman declared Kev an Official Ironman Ambassador allowing him to tow Sid throughout the swim and bike, and push him through the marathon. It wasn't until the 11th hour that Kev's dream was shattered when Sid was ruled out medically and unable to complete the World Champs race. Kev completed the race regardless, with Sid watching on, and came home 3rd in his Age Group. A phenomenal effort for a man who had been strength training all year in a bid to tow Sid around Kona. Just another example of the selfless and talented athlete this man is. Looking forward to watching Kev tear it up in 2018!!

The Last Word: "Over the last couple of years when competing in Ironman, I have managed to vomit up all my nutrition during the race. After discussing the problem with my sports dietician, we came up with the decision to cut solids and get all my carbs from the good stuff, Infinit 90% mix. So far, so good and loving the ease of carrying all my nutrition in a bottle."


Damien Collins – Age Group Triathlete


"Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard."


  • 5th Professional - Strongman Japan 2017 - 8:18:14
  • 1st Professional - Murray Man Triathlon, South Australia - 4:02:13
  • 3rd Professional - Hervey Bay 100, Queensland - 3:37:11
  • 3rd AG and 28th Overall - Ironman New Zealand, 2016 - 9:06:58
  • 2nd AG and 13th Overall - Ironman Cairns, 2016 - 9:06:11

Hailing from Beerwah on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Damien "Crazy" Collins doesn’t believe in doing things the easy way. Of his own admission, Damien was never an outstanding athlete as a youngster, but a newfound passion for triathlon and all things multisport, together with a dire training ethic, has seen him soar. Coming from an adventure racing and mountain biking background, Damien’s first foray into the world of triathlon was at Ironman Australia, Port Macquarie in 2013. Placing 3rd in his age group in not only his first triathlon, but his first Ironman event, was a sign of things to come.

Hours of committed and consistent training followed in the lead up to Ironman New Zealand 2014. Damien secured a World Championship spot by winning his age group by over 6 minutes in Taupo. A freak mountain biking accident soon after IMNZ saw Damien fracture his left hand requiring a cast for a number of months. Not one to be held back, Damien continued his training with added vigour, sourcing a waterproof cast to allow him to swim, and even managing to clock up the kilometres on the bike. This dedication saw Damien cement 4th place in the 18-24 Age Group at the Ironman World Championships 6 months after injuring his hand.

Damien successfully applied for his Professional Triathlon Licence at the end of 2016 and 2017 saw him switch coaches and move to the highly decorated and well renowned Tri Sutto Coaching group. Under the watchful eye of new Coach Cam Watt, Damien has gone from strength to strength. A fifth placing at Strongman Japan saw Damo kick off his Professional career on a high note . A strong performance followed at Ironman Sunshine Coast 70.3 in September, before Damo hit the top step of the podium in South Australia at the Murray Man Triathlon and took out 3rd place at the Hervey Bay 100 only a few weeks later. We are so excited to see what Damo can produce for the 2018 season - this guy is on fire!!

The Last Word: "I use Infinit because it’s so easy to get your calories and all your essential nutrition needs in. It’s idiot proof – try it – tweak it how you want it. 2 scoops and drink!!"


Nathan Fitzakerley – Age Group Triathlete


"Winners win races, not training sessions."


  • 1st AG and 25th Overall - Ironman Cairns, 2016 - 9:29:00
  • 102nd AG and 614th Overall - Ironman World Championships, 2016 - 10:15:30
  • 9th AG and 217th Overall - Ironman 70.3 World Championships, 2016 - 4:22:59
  • 153rd AG and 790th Overall - Ironman World Championship Kona, 2015 - 10:43:28
  • 3rd AG and 38th Overall - Ironman Sunshine Coast 70.3, 2015 - 4:11:26

Affectionately known as "Fitzy" to his mates, this guy swims like a fish, is a machine on the bike and can back it all up with a super strong run leg. Growing up in the rugby league mecca of Toowoomba Queensland, Nathan excelled as a front rower before dropping 25kg and turning to triathlon nearly 10 years ago. Nathan’s passion for the sport, his dedication to training and his tough mental attitude, have seen him journey to the Big Island of Hawaii for the Ironman World Championships in 2012 and 2013. Not happy with his results on both occasions, Nathan dug deep and produced an emotional and heartfelt performance at Kona in 2015. With the entire Sunshine Coast behind him, Fitzy crossed the finish line at the World Champs, completing one of the hottest and windiest races on record.

Nathan’s journey hasn’t always been smooth sailing though. In 2010 he tackled his first race in the Pro ranks – Ironman Australia. A 10th placing after a lacklustre performance resulted in the discovery of an Atrial Septal Defect, or hole in the heart, requiring surgery shortly thereafter. A period of rest and rehabilitation ensued with Nathan making his comeback in 2012. It’s been all positive since then with plenty of podium finishes, including a standout 1st place at the 2016 Ironman Asia Pacific Championships in Cairns 2016, as well as a 9th position at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in his home town in 2016. The Infinit Team are right behind Fitzy this year and know he has the form, as well as the mental toughness, to make his mark on the podium in 2017.

The Last Word: "I use Infinit because it tastes good. It’s easy to stomach and I’ve never ever had an issue in training or racing – hot or cold – in keeping it down. The custom blends are fantastic and the service provided by the team is exceptional. Jase can tweak my mix depending on my training – whether it be adding caffeine or upping the calories, it’s never an issue. And it is basically delivered the next day. Awesome."


Jared Medhurst – Age Group Triathlete


"I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying."


  • 1st AG and 5th Overall - Hell of the West Long Course, 2016 - 3:52:52
  • 1st AG and 7th Overall - Ironman Western Australia, 2015 - 8:44:20
  • 1st AG and 8th Overall - Ironman Bintan 70.3, 2015 - 4:22:55
  • 2nd AG and 7th Overall - Ironman Australia, 2014 - 8:55:02
  • 49th AG and 225th Overall - Ironman World Championships Kona, 2014 - 9:41:43

Born in Belgium and bred in New Zealand, we claimed him as one of our own after some standout performances in 2014. Jared Medhurst burst onto the triathlon scene with an impressive sub 9 hour debut at Port Macquarie in 2014. This not only earned him a 2nd placing in his age group, and 7th overall, but a trip to the World Championships in Kona – after only his very first Ironman race!!

With a background in soccer as a schoolboy, Jared turned to triathlon after injuring his back and taking up swimming. Unfortunately, a niggling hamstring injury also got the better of him prior to his World Championship debut in Kona in 2014. He still finished with a sub 10 hour time, with a respectable 3:36 run split after completing the majority of his run training on an elliptical machine. An impressive result.

A very determined athlete with a huge work ethic, a positive approach to training and a consistent performer, Jared is certainly a force to be reckoned with in the triathlon world. With only 3 years experience in the sport, Jared has delivered some awesome results already. Following a stellar 2015 and kicking 2016 off on the podium, with results at the pointy end of the field and outdoing some seasoned Pro athletes in doing so, stay tuned for better things to come from our adopted Kiwi!!

The Last Word: "Infinit makes my nutrition plan so simple and leaves me time to concentrate on more important things like racing."


Kareena Lee – Open Water Swimmer


"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit."


  • 2nd - 2015 Australian Championships, 1500m Freestyle
  • 3rd - 2015 Australian Open Water Championships, 10km Event
  • 13th - 2015 FINA World Cup Open Water Championships Mexico, 10km Event
  • 3rd - 2014 Australian Championships, 1500m Freestyle
  • 9th - 2014 Pan Pacific Championships, 800m Freestyle

Growing up on the New South Wales Central Coast, Kareena took up swimming at the age of 2. The open water specialist was competing by the age of 5, and had won 2 National Surf Swimming titles by the age of 17. Surf Lifesaving dominated her early years where Kareena tried her hand at both the board and the ski, but found her strength was definitely in the water.

Living on the Sunshine Coast for the past 6 years, Kareena excelled in the pool as a junior, claiming gold medals at both State and National School Championships in the longer course events. She is also a handy butterfly competitor, winning age titles at high school level. With a swag of medals, Age Championships and National Titles under her belt, Kareena now has her sights firmly set on a spot with the Australian Olympic Swim Team bound for Rio in 2016.

In the pool at 5am most mornings, it’s not unusual for Kareena to take on between 10 and 14 swim sessions per week, sometimes clocking up 100 kilometres in the water. Add to this numerous gym, pilates and yoga sessions, as well as studying an Education Degree, this is one busy and determined young lady!

The Last Word: "I use Infinit because it is amazing. It keeps me fuelled for my long swims and it is so easy to prep. Rather than making up your own drink, someone else does it for you, and it is made to your own unique specifications."


John Pearson – Ultra Distance Runner


"Listen to your body."


  • 2015 World 24hr Distance Championships, Turin Italy - Distance 241.3km, 23rd place
  • 2015 Sri Chinmoy 12hr Track Race, Sydney - Distance 137.288km, 1st place
  • 2014 Coast to Kosciuszko 240km Ultra Marathon, NSW – 28hrs 33mins, 5th place
  • 2014 Australian 48hr National Championships, Caboolture Qld - Distance 340.2km, 1st place
  • 2014 Australian 24hr National Championships, Coburg VIC - Distance 234.2km, 4th place

Born and raised in the north of England, John Pearson grew up on a diet of football – of the round variety, as he is quick to point out! John played both at home and in Australia before embarking on his long distance running endeavours, dabbling in a number of marathons, before deciding to take on the challenge of ultra distance running.

A resident of Australia for the past 17 years, John now calls the Sunshine Coast home. He tackled his first ultra distance event in 2001 at the Glasshouse Mountains, and over the past 14 years John has certainly honed his skill, achieving some outstanding career highlights. John was named captain of the Australian Ultra Distance Team and recently travelled to Turin Italy to compete in the World Ultra Distance Championships. It was here that John ran a personal best distance of 241.3km, helping the Aussies to a silver medal!

Next on John’s race calendar is the 2015 Coast to Kosciuszko ultra marathon to be held in the NSW southern highlands in December. Regarded as the most challenging ultra marathon on the Australian running calendar, John has been training hard in a bid to conquer the 240km trail run from Boydtown Beach to the summit of Mt Kosciuszko, finishing at Charlottes Pass. With his outstanding results of late, we have full faith that John can conquer the mountain, with Infinit Nutrition Australia fuelling him to the finish line!

The Last Word: "After years of trying various wonder products, I decided I would create my own brew based on what suited me. This was a messy and involved process and not easy for the crew to carry out roadside during an event. Then I discovered Infinit, where I was able to construct my own nutrition, based on my needs. This was not only way easier, but also ensured each mix was produced exactly the same, eliminating the spikes that would occur from different strength mixes of my home brew.....the added bonus is you could play with the flavours too!"