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Harriet and Lizzie are passionate about empowering the next generation of female athletes. Combined they have visited over 30 schools around Australia and have worked with over 50 sporting clubs around Australia and overseas. They have had such positive feedback that has led them to create KaMana, a platform to build their community and reach more young female athletes.

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Harriet Brown is one of the most successful ironwomen currently competing. She has been racing in the surf ironwoman series for the past 13 years. Having won the Ironwoman Series twice, Harriet also has a World Ironwoman title and a World Board Race title to her name. Harriet has represented Australia and Captained the winning Australian Life Saving Team in the 2018 World Championships. Harriet has won the 52km Molokai 2 Oahu Paddleboard Championships three times and is the current record holder.  

Harriet is passionate about sport, especially women's sport and loves seeing young girls progress through the ranks. Harriet has learnt a lot through both her time as a professional Ironwoman as well as her work as an Exercise Physiologist and gains a huge amount of satisfaction from passing on her knowledge and learnings to the next generation.

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Lizzie Welborn was one of the youngest competitors to ever qualify for the professional Ironwoman series, at just 16 years old. Now Lizzie is 24 and has been competing professionally for 8 years. In 2020 and 2021 Lizzie placed third in the professional ironwoman series, and has represented Australia on multiple occasions. This year, Lizzie placed 2nd in the professional ironwoman series and the sport’s new Summer of Surf series. Lizzie has also competed in the gruelling 52km Molokai 2 Oahu World Paddleboard Championships in Hawaii, where she placed 2nd to Harriet 3 years in a row. 

​Lizzie was one of the most accomplished youth athletes surf sports has ever seen. Transitioning to being an open competitor and matching it with the more experienced women was a challenge. Through this period, Lizzie has learnt to understand the burden of expectation, manage insecurities about body image and the importance of fuelling correctly. Lizzie looks forward to teaching the next generation how they can manage this and enjoy sport more. 

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