Champ Crowie is ATEC ambassadorNew face for the ATEC show in Sydney in September is Craig “Crowie” Alexander, five-time Triathlon world champion.
He will be attending the third edition of Australia’s Triathlon Endurance and Cycling Show as official ambassador, along with Sansego, his coaching platform and training community led by his coaches.
Crowie is a three-time Ironman world champion (2008, 2009, 2011), twice Ironman 70.3 world champion (2006, 2011) and three-time Australian Long Course champion (2010, 2006, 2004), and has received multiple prestigious sports awards.
Says Exhibition director Vanessa Maniatis, “Crowie is highly regarded within the triathlon community and his involvement will be a huge drawcard for visitors and exhibitors.”
During the ATEC weekend, he will take part in a 45-minute Q&A session on the main stage, two “meet & greet” sessions and live workshops presented by Sansego.
ATEC’s new format is taking shape and ambassadors include Pete Jacobs, Ironman Triathlon world champion (2012); Pat Farmer, ultra-marathon runner and Henk Vogels, professional cyclist and world champion.
The two-day show celebrates the endurance lifestyle, with more than
120 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and innovations across eight dedicated zones on September 9-10 at Moore Park precinct, Sydney.