Athletes

Brett Robinson

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Nationality :Australia
Field of expertise :Road Running
Hometown :Canberra, Australia
With Shokz since 2023
1. Oceania Marathon Record Holder, 2:07:31.
2. Australian Half Marathon Record Holder, 59:57.00.
Brett Robinson is a well-known Australian long-distance runner celebrated for his outstanding performances on both the track and in road races.
Born on May 8, 1991, in Canberra, Brett has risen to become one of Australia's premier athletes in his field. He excels in events ranging from the 5,000 meters to the marathon, demonstrating remarkable versatility and endurance.

Throughout his career, Brett has proudly represented Australia at the Olympic Games and World Championships, consistently delivering strong performances. He competed in the 5,000 meters at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016. In addition to his track successes, Brett has made a significant mark in road racing, particularly in the marathon. One of his most notable achievements came in December 2022 when he broke the long-standing Australian marathon record with an impressive time of 2:07:31 at the Fukuoka Marathon in Japan.

Brett's dedication to his sport and rigorous training routine have made him a role model for aspiring runners both in Australia and around the world. Off the track, he is known for his approachable personality and commitment to promoting athletics within the community. Brett continues to inspire future generations of athletes with his unwavering determination and remarkable achievements.
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Currently I run with the OpenRun Pro when I’m out running on the trails around Melbourne. I also like to use the OpenFit when im in the gym. It really helps me get through the runs when I’m tired and I don’t feel like going out for a run. If I put some music on and just get out the door I quickly start to enjoy my run and feel good.

The most important thing for me with sports headphones is headphones that fit properly and don’t bounce around. I can be confident that when Im running in full speed the headphones will stay secure on my head.