"Don't be afraid to give up on the good and go for the great." 

 
 

Amelia Rose Watkinson

 

Professional Triathlete. Born in New Zealand, 14th September 1991. Graduated University of Auckland with a Bachelors in Architecture. Coached by Armando Galarraga. Making a career out of my passions. Chasing the goal to be a World Champion. Living and training abroad. Racing on the World Stage. Indulging in local cultures, meeting and sharing inspiring stories along the way.

Brief background
 

  • 3x National Half Ironman Champ 

  • 2x Asia Pacific 70.3 Podium 

  • 21 form 32 Win rate 

  • 27 from 32 Podium rate 

  • 23 from 32 Fastest bike split 

 

 

Race Season:

"Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer."

TBC

 

Instagram: 

@ameliarosewatkinson

"Be a flamingo in a flock of Pigeons."

 

Blog:

Race reports, triumphs, dwindlings and discerning fables of my pro triathlete career.

Supporters:

"Surround yourself with people that reflect who you want to be and how you want to feel. Energies are contagious."

 
 

Race Results: 

"You never loose. Either you win or you learn.”

 

2018

  • 2nd - Hervey Bay 100, Australia, November

  • 1st - Tri-league Bangsaen Triathlon, Thailand, February

  • 3rd - Challenge Wanaka | NZ National Champs, January

  • 3rd - Port of Tauranga half ironman, New Zealand, January

2017

  • 1st - 70.3 Taupo, New Zealand, December

  • 3rd - 70.3 Asia Pacific Champs | Western Sydney, Australia, November

  • 1st - Laguna Phuket Triathlon, Thailand, November

  • 1st - Challenge Kanchanaburi, Thailand, October

  • 1st - Krabi International Triathlon, Thailand, September

  • 1st - 70.3 Bintan, Indonesia, August

  • 1st - 70.3 Philippines, August

  • 1st - Ocean Lava Triathlon, Lanzarote, July

  • 6th - 70.3 Barcelona, Spain, May

  • 3rd - 70.3 Mallorca, Spain, May

  • 1st - Tour of Wiengsra, Thailand, April

  • 5th - 70.3 Luizhou, China, May

  • 2nd - GC Tour of Mansfield | 1st QOM, Australia, March

  • 9th - GC Tour of East Gippsland, Australia, February

  • 1st - NZ National Champs, Port of Tauranga Half, January

  • Member of BMC-Etixx Pro Triathlon Team 2017

2016

  • 3rd - 70.3 Taupo, New Zealand, December

  • 1st - Laguna Phuket Triathlon, Thailand, November

  • 1st - Bohol 5150, Philippines, November

  • 1st - Challenge Kanchanaburi, Thailand, October

  • 1st - Challenge Jeju, Korea, September

  • 1st - ITU ld Weihai, China, September

  • 1st - Challenge Iskander Puteri, Malaysia, August

  • 6th - 70.3 Asia Pacific Champs, Cebu, Philippines, August

  • 1st - 70.3 Busan, Korea, June

  • 1st - 5150 Subic Bay, Philippines, June

  • 1st - Pattaya Triathlon, Bangkok, May

  • 2nd - National Club Champs Cycling Road Race, Alexandra, Apri

  • 3rd - National Club Champs Cycling Time Trial, Alexandra, April

  • 1st - Dynamo Cycling Series Final, Tokoroa, April

  • 1st - Gentle Annie Bike Race, Taihape, March

  • 1st - Dynamo Cycling Series Race 5, Pokeno, March

  • 1st - Womens REV Classic, Cambridge, February

  • 1st - HUB Cycle Tour, Hawkes Bay, January

  • 1st - NZ National Champs | Port of Tauranga Half Ironman, January

  • Member of Thanyapura Pro Triathlon Team 2016