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Jack Howell

Jack Howell is a rising star in the world of Para Triathlon, currently ranked 5th in the world and number 1 in Australia. Remarkably, Jack is the youngest Para Triathlete in the World Rankings for his category. Born with a limb deficiency of the left hand, Jack's determination, problem-solving skills, and passion for sports have propelled him to early success in his career.

Jack made his international debut in 2022 and has quickly amassed an impressive collection of World Triathlon medals: 1 gold, 4 silvers, and 1 bronze. His achievements include winning Gold at the 2022 National Paratriathlon Championships in Runaway Bay, along with two silver medals at the 2023 World Triathlon Para Series in Yokohama and Devonport.

At just 19 years old, Jack is already a two-time National Champion. He made history as the first Australian para triathlete to simultaneously hold the Para National Champion title and the non-disabled National Champion title, and to qualify for both a Para and non-disabled World Championships in the same year.

Beyond his athletic achievements, Jack is deeply involved in volunteer work. He serves as an Ambassador and Volunteer for Variety Children’s Charity Victoria, the Dylan Alcott Foundation, and the Sports Excellence Scholarship Fund. His contributions to sports and the community have been recognized with numerous prestigious awards, including the Lindsay Gaze Award, Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship, and DSR Junior Sportsperson of the year award.

Jack is also known for his engaging personality and his approach to competition, which is both competitive and fun. He holds a dual diploma in Sport/Management and Leadership and is an accomplished public speaker. He frequently speaks on a range of topics, including the benefits of sport, grit and resilience, adaptability under pressure, balancing priorities in sport and life, body image, and high-performance goal setting, through the VIS and AIS School Speaker program.

Jack Howell

Jack Howell is a rising star in the world of Para Triathlon, currently ranked 5th in the world and number 1 in Australia. Remarkably, Jack is the youngest Para Triathlete in the World Rankings for his category. Born with a limb deficiency of the left hand, Jack's determination, problem-solving skills, and passion for sports have propelled him to early success in his career.

Jack made his international debut in 2022 and has quickly amassed an impressive collection of World Triathlon medals: 1 gold, 4 silvers, and 1 bronze. His achievements include winning Gold at the 2022 National Paratriathlon Championships in Runaway Bay, along with two silver medals at the 2023 World Triathlon Para Series in Yokohama and Devonport.

At just 19 years old, Jack is already a two-time National Champion. He made history as the first Australian para triathlete to simultaneously hold the Para National Champion title and the non-disabled National Champion title, and to qualify for both a Para and non-disabled World Championships in the same year.

Beyond his athletic achievements, Jack is deeply involved in volunteer work. He serves as an Ambassador and Volunteer for Variety Children’s Charity Victoria, the Dylan Alcott Foundation, and the Sports Excellence Scholarship Fund. His contributions to sports and the community have been recognized with numerous prestigious awards, including the Lindsay Gaze Award, Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship, and DSR Junior Sportsperson of the year award.

Jack is also known for his engaging personality and his approach to competition, which is both competitive and fun. He holds a dual diploma in Sport/Management and Leadership and is an accomplished public speaker. He frequently speaks on a range of topics, including the benefits of sport, grit and resilience, adaptability under pressure, balancing priorities in sport and life, body image, and high-performance goal setting, through the VIS and AIS School Speaker program.

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