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Your 2023/2024 Season WTMC Committee Members!



Andy Devlin

Computer Guru

Gavin Tasker


My Mum took up triathlon at age 50 and was age group world champ in Kona when she was 60. Mum inspired me to do triathlon and I completed Ironman Taupo in 2003. 

These days I tend to do mostly indoor climbing (Bouldering) with my two teenage sons, but still find time to do a bit of swimming and cycling (mostly MTB with son).

My wife Paulette loves open water swimming and if I cannot keep up with her in the water I transition to above the water in kayak support role.

I just love doing physical activities and the more different activities you can combine into any sort of crazy event the better. Luckily there are lots of other like minded folks out West who can find partners in crime in the WTMC.

Rainbow Morris

Marketing and Sponsorship

Rainbow is a passionate advocate for people from all backgrounds playing sport for mental and physical health, wellness and social interaction.

A late bloomer in the sports world, she started running at the age of 36 when she was invited to try a 5km Fun Run and never looked back. She completed her first ‘Try a Tri’ Triathlon in 2017 and now has competed in many other events including 4 Ultra Marathons, Sprint Triathlon, multiple Adventure Races and is a member of the Auckland Orienteering Club.

Her professional background and experience in management, event management, sponsorship and marketing are valuable contributions she can offer the Waitakere Triathlon Club and its members.

Kylie Frost 
(Club President)

Growing up I always told people I was allergic to exercise. So when I was diagnosed in 2016 with a serious form of arthritis I had to find a way to walk again. I started swimming and eventually set my sights on completing the People’s Tri Series as a way to stay motivated. I found a love for the sport and that love lead me to train for the New Zealand Ironman in Taupo in 2021 after receiving the Tony Jackson Scholarship. After Ironman my passion became helping others and this lead me to become a registered coach with Triathlon New Zealand. The Waitakere Triathlon and Multisport Club was there on my journey and I joined the committee as a way to give back to others.

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