After a successful junior sporting career, Jack put this behind him and went to university to train as a paramedic. However, after graduating he wasn’t done with the dream of becoming a professional triathlete and his career in 2022 took off to great acclaim.

Jack works as a RNLI lifeguard and lives on the North Devon coast. He mixes his part time work hours with training hours and the RNLI are very supportive of his career. With Jack now an Occhio ambassador, this page is here to help support Jack’s career, and any sales generated following your visit to via this page will generate funds that will go “back to Jack”.

“After graduating I committed everything to triathlon, working jobs which fit in best around a 25 hour per week training schedule. Progress wasn’t linear, but 6 years on I’ve made it to the professional ranks, and now I feel as though I am just getting started. 2022 has seen a massive jump in my performance where I had a pro podium in my debut season at this level.” 


2016 Surf Lifesaving World Champion - 2km beach run

Croyde Ocean Triathlon - 4 x winner and course record holder

2022 Mallorca 70.3 - Qualified for pro-licence

2022 Outlaw Half Nottingham - 1st

2022 Challenge Wales - 2nd

2022 Brighton 10k - 3rd in 30:38

2022 Vichy 70.3 - 7th

2022 Ironman Israel - 29th in 8:47:04



Jack works as an RNLI lifesaver and in 2016 became world champion in the Surf Life Saving Championships 2km beach run

Winter 2022-23


Jack recorded 352w normalised power for the 90km bike at Challenge Wales 2022

Mens Range


Jack finished 2nd in Challenge Wales 2022

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