TriSport, was established in 2011 in the Southern Cape and has since expanded to include various sporting events and tours. Trisport specialises in event management, sport travel, adventure, coaching, training clinics, sport tourism and sporting technical gear. Trisport was the brainchild of Sonja Terblanche-Otto. Sonja was born and raised in the Eden District. She matriculated at Point High School in Mossel Bay and earned her academic qualifications at the University of Stellenbosch, University of Cape Town and the University of Pretoria. She has 4 degrees, BSc Nature Conservation, BSc (Hons) Zoology, BSc (Hons) Exercise Science and MSc Exercise Science. She is also a PADI Open Water Instructor, as she loves the marine life, introducing people to under the sea and teaching them to scuba dive. She received her national colours in triathlon and duathlon for the 1st time in 1992 and the years thereafter. Between 1997 and 2002, she competed at the highest level as an Elite/Professional athlete for South Africa. In 1998 and 1999, she was recognised as the South African Long Distance Triathlon Champion for both years. She competed in 6 international Ironman races – South Africa, Hawaii, Lanzerotte, Germany and Canada, and raced globally in numerous Half Ironman and Long distance triathlon races (California, Japan, Germany, Hawaii, Sweden, France, New Zealand and the UK). Sonja’s best time the Ironman (Germany) was 10hr 50min and her best time for a Half Ironman (California) was 4hr 35min. After her semi-retirement from professional racing in 2002, Sonja work together and organised numerous sport and adventure racing events with her husband Hano through his company Adventure Centre of Excellence. She was also the co-founder of the South African Ironman Event in Gordon’s Bay in 2000 and 2001. With her passion to help people achieve their personal goals, her experience as a professional athlete and her academic qualifications, she has been able to ensuring that her training programs and coaching are based on the most updated sport scientific research.