Judith has extensive experience in Australia and New Zealand.
2001-09 Consulting in private practice, the ACT Academy of Sport and Academy of Defence
2003-09 Medical director for Triathlon Australia
2004-08 Attended the 2004 Athens and 2008 Beijing Olympics and several world championships with the triathlon team
2010 Returned to Tauranga in NZ where she worked in private practice and was also a consultant to High Performance NZ working with a number of elite athletes and sports
2010-2016 Medical director for Triathlon New Zealand
2016 Attended the 2016 Rio Olympics as a New Zealand team doctor
Judith has experience in AFL, rugby sevens, rugby league, hockey, cycling and athletics.
Judith has a particular interest in endurance sport and women's health. She has previously worked for Otago University providing teaching in "Womens issues in sport" for their Sports Medicine Diploma. Judith has also published research on wrist injuries and kayaking.
Judith competed internationally in mountain running, and is a two-time Australian champion. She has also won NSW and ACT road cycling championships. Judith likes to keep active and is currently a member of the Yarra Ranges athletic club