Phoenix Team

PHO3NIX Team

The Pho3nix Team is an international team of distinguished sport professionals who have achieved the top championship level in their fields.

It is also a group of exceptional people who have become role models, through their achievements, authority, and personal attitude, for thousands of young fans around the world.

Their extraordinary life stories, and the value system they prescribe to in their daily lives, can be an inspiration for children who have a much harder start in adult life, and not only in sport.

A phoenix is reborn from the ashes, each time becoming stronger, more powerful, and more beautiful, with even greater hopes and faith in success. It triumphs over failure through revitalisation, resilience, and passion, and becomes a symbol of hope and strength.

The Phoenix Team embodies this every day. Various personalities, diverse goals, but shared commitment in their daily work. They persevered in the pursuit of their goals, and live by the phoenix’s ideals, inspiring young people and the next generations, through sport, to pursue theirs.

What does it take to live the way of the Pho3nix? Regardless of our situation, to live like a Pho3nix is to know that we can always choose our own path. Through dedication, hard work and the relentless pursuit of our goals all of us can rise. Our Pho3nix Team embodies this every day. Different personalities, different goals, but a shared commitment to inspiration and personal excellence.

Phoenix Team

Global Pho3nix Team

Triathlon Pho3nix Squad

To harness the power of sporting achievement, inspiring and uplifting the next generation by providing a symbol of hope and strength and the tools to take on tomorrow.

Nicola Spirig

Nicola Spirig

A dual Olympic medallist, Nicola Spirig won gold at the 2012 London Olympic Games, then four years later silver in Rio and now aiming for Tokyo, which would be her fifth Olympic Games.

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Vincent Luis

Vincent Luis

2019 World Triathlon Champion Vincent Luis came tantalizingly close to winning France’s first Olympic medal in triathlon in Rio, and has since risen to dominate short course racing.

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Georgia Taylor-Brown

Georgia Taylor-Brown

3rd in the World Triathlon Series in 2019, Georgia Taylor-Brown made waves when she and fellow British athlete Jess Learmonth crossed the finish line of the Tokyo Olympics test event hand-in-hand in first place after battling each other for most of the race.

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Radka Kahlefeldt - Vodickova

Radka Kahlefeldt - Vodickova

With 20 half-ironman distance race wins to her name,  Radka Kahlefeldt (nee Vodickova)  is one of the most consistent athletes on the international circuit.

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Jake Birtwhistle

Jake Birtwhistle

There’s plenty of talent bubbling up in Australia, and there is no better example of that than Jake Birtwhistle.
The Tasmanian-born 25-year-old comes from a running background;  from the age of 15 to 18 he was crowned Australian champion 11 times over middle to long distance events.

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Alistair Brownlee

Alistair Brownlee

Alistair Brownlee has been untouchable at the last two Olympic Games and rises to the big occasion like no other, gaining recognition as the world's best one-day racer.

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