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Joe Mitchell
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Joe
IT Systems Analyst, F&O trading for Global IB
Redfern, Sydney
New South Wales Australia
 
 
Recently awaken to AR'n after completing the MaxAdventure Kathmandu Adventure Race.
Family man, but enjoy my bike (both road {daily ride} and dual sus {wkend warrior's style}).
My wife's brother & sister have called me "the Pepsi Max guy" since they first met me ;-) corney, I know. But fitting...
I love the snow too. If they do a rogaine on the snow, i'll be there.
Strong team player. Thrive on a challenge.
It's not a mid life crises!
{who am I kidding, but what the hell, life's too short to care}
 
Mtn Bike
Running
compete in one, maybe two more events this year (2010), Break down the weakness (running) to be stronger and get into top third. If I keep active it's great for my son's to follow.
Bugbear? No comment so far. Just why didn't I get into this 5 years ago...
Finishing the Max Adventure Kathmandu AR - did not want a DNF
Lessons learnt; 1: do not follow another team if you are lost, they are also lost - check the map, find where you are then work out where to go 2: checkpoints must be completed in sequence
Completing the MaxAdventure Kathmandu AR in bueatiful Glenworth Valley. Mud, glourious mud
Paddy Palin AR in Wollongong, 16 October 2010
Let you know next year
Asics trainers
1: do not follow another team if you are lost, they are also lost - check the map, find where you are then work out where to go 2: checkpoints must be completed in sequence