Adam moved to the Shire from the Inner West in 2011, with his wife Penny, and kids Jake, Toby, Amy and Kate. The very next day they headed back up to Homebush where Penny completed her first triathlon with a bunch of school mums whilst Adam and the kids cheered from the sideline. By the end of that very first full day in the Shire the Triathlon bug had hit the whole family.

An extremely fortunate meeting of a CTC member at kids swimming lessons introduced Team Hummo to Cronulla Tri Club. The club became a social outlet for Adam and Penny and the kids, but at the same time changed their health and wellbeing for the better.

Adam started completing club races and enticers then progressing in distances through Sprint and Standard and has now completed in a number of Long Course Triathlons, and endurance bike races. Completing an Ironman is still on the bucket list.

Having spent a few years on the committee in various roles, he felt it time to step up to President in 2019 to give back to the club and the members that had supported his family following their move down south and promoted a far healthier lifestyle for them all.

When Adam is not hanging around the club or home, you might find him piloting ships into Sydney Harbour and Port Botany.

You can get in touch with Hummo via 


Vice President & Race Director

John was a rower and runner back in Canada and upon arrival to Australia was convinced by a mate to try a triathlon… a 70.3. During the 70.3 training, that same mate up-sold him to register for a full Ironman. Not your ideal introduction to the sport, but luckily the experience didn’t kill him and he’s still here with us today training for 70.3s.

John moved to Cronulla in early 2017 and soon linked up with the CTC through the Wednesday evening runs. The friendliness of the members and community feel are what he says kept him coming back. John has been leading the club’s races since 2017, and this year taken on the role of VP. John earns a living as a Biomedical Engineer and is a TA Technical Offical. In his spare time, you can find him in his garage building and maintaining bikes.

For more information regarding our race programs, please email 

IAN ‘Rosco’ ROSS

New Members Officer

Ian is the club’s past president and his commitment to the sport has earned him a Legacy spot at Kona 2021. 

Ian can be contacted for new member enquiries via 


Junior Coordinator & Coach

Runner, mountain biker, adventure racer, cyclist, wanna-be paddler, but never a swimmer…and due to this triathlon wasn’t ever on the radar for Erica until her kids started going to the 6:30 pm Wednesday night Junior’s training (about the only weekly sport session she could get them too with a full-time working parent gig) and her son fell head over heels for the sport. After a couple of years sitting by the sidelines, it was this same son that convinced her to give one a go and she did her first CTC club triathlon in a team with her husband, who made her do the…you guessed it, swim. Challenge accepted. Triathlon was now a family affair. 
In 2017 Erica came on-board as a Co-Junior Coordinator and has spent the past couple of years as part of this team, helping to take the CTC Junior Program to the next level. In 2018 she became a TNSW Accredited Foundation Coach and is actively involved with TNSW Junior Development opportunities where possible to benefit the club and juniors in the program. She has spent the past couple of years as an active triathlon competitor herself competing across multiple distance events from Sprint to 70.3. Her season goal is to not let her senior juniors beat her in a Sprint distance race, but she’s not holding out much hope! 
In her spare time…who are we kidding, there’s no spare time!

Erica can be contacted for Junior program information via 


Junior Coordinator & Coach

Mike can be contacted for Junior program information via 


Club Captain

Scott can be found hanging around most Cronulla Tri Club events – feel free to come have a chat!


Run Captain & Gear Steward

Rolf has lived in the Sutherland Shire since 1994. He took up triathlons in 2008 and prefers the Standard distance over Sprint and Long Course event.

Rolf and Brett currently lead the club’s Wednesday evening run which takes off at 6:30PM from our Gunnamatta Clubhouse. For more information, please contact 


Run Captain

Brett’s running started with the Sutho2Surf in 2008, from there he happened to enter himself into a 100kms trail run in the Blue Mountains. Since then, Brett has completed 12 Ultra Marathons, plus a number of road marathons and other running events. However it was a trip to Port Douglas and Palm Cove in June 2015 where he saw the Cairns Ironman. From there on, swimming and bike riding were added to the mix, with Brett now going on to complete multiple Ironmans and 70.3 events.

Brett’s training is well managed with many very early morning sessions, as he has 3 young kids! This is only achieved with loving and very supportive wife Robyn – number one Support Crew. Brett continues to be involved in the Cronulla Triathlon Club and relishes his role as Co-Run Captain. If you wish to clock up some kms in your running shoes, Brettski is the one to follow, especially on the Club’s Wednesday Night Runs. Brett works at Sydney Water as a Safety Manager.

Brett and Rolf currently lead the club’s Wednesday evening run which takes off at 6:30PM from our Gunnamatta Clubhouse. For more information, please contact 


Bike Captain

For more information about our bike sessions, please contact 



Scott started in the sport of triathlon around 6 years ago, has been a member ever since, and a member of the CTC Committee for 3 years now. Scott’s journey with Triathlon started after following his brother in law as a spectator to the Ironman World Champs in Kona. At this time of life Scott was +110kgs so certainly needed some inspiration which he received plenty of in Kona.

Scott has now completed 4 Ironman, and many long distance Triathlons. Scott loves the training for 3 different disciplines, love the people and being part of the CTC. Scott was never into sports growing up, he says “it is great now to find the love and enjoyment of training and racing, challenging myself to continually improve and better myself”.

Scott loves being able to train daily and still balance family life, and a career in transport and logistics. Scott hasworked in logistics for over 20 years, and in 2019 was awarded “CEO Magazines Transport and Logistics Executive of the Year” a massive high point of his career.


Treasurer & Public Officer 

Ian started doing the Fun Runs in the 70’s and then learnt to swim in mid 80’s. A close friend of his introduced Ian to Triathlons in the early 1990’s, then he was hooked. He also latter became a Tri NSW Technical Officer for about 10 years.

Ian also was a member of the St George Cycling club for a number of years where he competed in the famous Oatley Park criteriums to sharpen his cycling skills.

Ian then retired from competing and officiating due to medical reasons, but is still a committee member and has been our Treasurer and Public Officer for about 15 years.

Ian is now retired from work.