• Ali Day Ironman Champion

  • Ali Day Ironman Champion

  • Ali Day Ironman Champion

 

Shaw and Partners proud sponsor of Ironman Champion Ali Day

Shaw and Partners is the proud sponsor of Alastair (Ali) Day, Ironman champion and six-time winner of the Coolangatta Gold.

 

Born and raised in Kiama (NSW), Ali Day relocated to Mooloolaba on the QLD Sunshine Coast where he trains with the Michael King Ironman Academy.

 

With back to back wins at the Coolangatta Gold Championships and an array of Kelloggs Nutri-Grain podium finishes, Ali Day is fast earning his place as one of the best and most respected ironman of our time.

 

 

Shaw and Partners Brand Ambassador Ali Day claims the throne as Australian Nutri-Grain Ironman Champion
On Saturday 22 February, the final showdown of the Ocean 6 series took place at Wanda Beach in Sydney.    Participating athletes raced for both the Ocean 6 / Round 6 win, vying to secure themselves as the overall 2018/19 Nutri-Grain Ironman Series’ Champions of their respective divisions.   Ali Day, who was appointed a Shaw and Partners Brand Ambassador in November 2018, dominated the final event.  He went from mid-pack in the swim to back in front after rivals ahead of him went [...]
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Shaw and Partners brand ambassador Ali Day wins the Nutri-Grain Ironman Series, Round 2
Over the weekend, Ali Day – the undisputed King of the Coolangatta Gold endurance race – won the second round of the Ocean 6 Nutri-Grain National Ironman Series, held in Coolum QLD.   The Nutri-Grain Ironman Series, born out of surf live saving in 1986, has grown to become the world’s elite surf sports competition and one of summer’s most iconic events in Australia – where only the best of the best have their chance to claim the glory and the prestige [...]
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Shaw and Partners brand ambassador Ali Day wins the 2018 Coolangatta Gold
Surfers Paradise ironman Ali Day is the undisputed king of the Coolangatta Gold endurance race after yesterday claiming a record-breaking sixth title by a record margin.   Day romped to victory by almost 21 minutes from New Zealand’s Max Beattie, clocking a time of four hours and one ­minute.   It took him past Caine Eckstein, who won five titles between 2005 and 2011.    “I love this event so much,” said Day, whose sequence of six wins was broken only in 2014 when he was [...]
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