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Tracey Lambrechs

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Tracey Lambrechs is a New Zealand Weightlifter and represents the North Sport Olympic Weightlifting Club, as well as being an AUT Millennium Scholarship athlete and Gym Instructor. Tracey holds numerous New Zealand Weightlifting records and won a bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. In 2016 Tracey attended the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Commonwealth Games Preparation

1st November means that there is only 154 days until the start of the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Soon the New Zealand Olympic Committee will...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Qualifying for the Commonwealth Games

Gold Coast you beauty! I mean what’s not to like about the warm weather, beach life and the shopping? Not being biased just because...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Glorious Winter!

This month’s focus is going to be on all things glorious about winter! It is important that we can look at certain situations and reframe...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Winter Blues

As it gets colder and we get deeper and deeper into winter, I like to think back to 2008/9 when I was lucky enough...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – 6 Month Recap

Can you believe its June already?! Not only are we two months and 26 days away from my birthday, but we are only 10 days...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – World Masters Games and Upcoming Competitions

April has been an awesome month! I think that New Zealand has done a great job hosting the 2017 World Masters Games and in...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – 2017 so far…

Since mid-December, I have been on a mission: Lose roughly 17kg+, stay strong and accept that there are some things in life that we...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Goal Setting and my challenge to...

Athlete Blog: Goal setting and my challenge to lose 15kg Earlier this month I was invited to talk to New Zealand Boxing female team. The...

Athlete Advice: Tips to improve recovery

When you have been an athlete for roughly give or take 10 years one thing become quite noticeable... the body takes longer and longer...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – 2016 Wrap-Up

Can you believe it’s already December! What a year it has been and continues to be. December is a time I like to sit...

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