In case you didn’t know, @glennholmesla is the man. I’ve been training with Glenn for almost two years now and it’s made me feel the best I ever have, both physically and mentally. His skill with form and technique has relieved pain I’ve had for years as well as helped with anxiety and mental clarity. I started boxing with Glenn so that I could keep up with the live show and hit my drums harder, but I’ve realized it’s helped me with rhythm even more than I would have guessed. I can’t stress enough how much taking care of your body helps your mind. Thanks @glennholmesla and also @johnfeldy for always pushing me and encouraging me.
I am ready to see you now and look right into your phone cameras.
inspiring day. so much amazing art and creativity. tyler and I were blown away.
happy father's day dude. wouldn't be who I am without my dad.
inspired isn't a strong enough word watching Eliud Kipchoge cross the finish line today after a 2 hr marathon. 26 miles at 2:00:25 the new fastest marathon ever run.
if you want your sister's birthday to be merry, take her to go see harry. then hit a coaster with your sister and bro-ster at @unistudios
happy birthday @ashleyapplepie we did it. we took this sick photo in front of the pink wall. I wouldn't be who I am without my sister. thanks for everything you do and for hanging out with me today
yesterday was the best christmas @remopercussion #teamremo
not posing not a tourist totally normal
my mom told @sharkdivextreme that if I got hurt swimming with sharks I couldn't come back to Australia again. they did a real nice job and I will come back.
holy cr*p that's a cool chair.
Dunkley-Smith rows from the Mercantile Rowing Club in Melbourne. On seven consecutive occasions from 2010 to 2016 Dunkley-Smith was seated in the Victorian Men's VIII who contested the King's Cup at the Australian Rowing Championships. In those crews he saw two King's Cup victories and four times placed second. He stroked that crew in four King's Cup races.
In 2016 along with Will Lockwood, Joshua Booth, and Alexander Hill, Dunkley-Smith was selected in the Australian Men's Coxless four to compete at Rio 2016. They won their heat and semi-final and took the silver medal behind Great Britain in the final.
On the 10th of March 2018, he became the world's fastest 2k erg time holder with a time of 5:35.8, beating Rob Waddell's 19-year-old record of 5:36.6.