Hi. I’m Felicity Abram.

I was born in Brisbane, however spent my early years in the bush in Central Queensland on my family´s 20,000 acre property.

 

A move to Brisbane as I was growing up was to ensure that my twin brother Geoff and I were given every opportunity for a good education and to give us access to other facilities and activities not available in the bush. However I’m quite determined to return to the country one day. It’s where my heart is!

 

In 2005 I started on the ITU circuit, travelling the world doing what I enjoy most. I’ve had many ups and downs along the way, but have learned that’s just part of growing as an athlete.

 

If I’m not training I love listening to music, exploring new places, catching up with friends and partying when there’s a reason to celebrate. 😉

 

I love to train. I love to race. Every day I thank god for  how lucky I am to be  able to do what I do.

Vital Info

Name:     Felicity Abram
AKA :     Fliss , Flick , Flicka
Birthday:     August 16 ,1986
Nationality:     Australian
Born:    Brisbane , Aus ( Twin 1)
Hometown:    Brisbane
Education:    Brisbane Girls Grammar School , St Peters College 2003
Lives:  Gold Coast, Australia
Coaches:   Siri Lindley
Biggest influences:    Brett Sutton , Dad
Teams:     Australian Team,  ( AIS ) Australian Institute of Sport, TCG Parthenay (France)
Hobbies: Sleeping, exploring, travelling, painting, wine, food, music
Favorite Place:    Anywhere quiet with fresh air, no traffic
Music:    Bob Marley, Reggae, RnB  Pop
Fave Sportsperson:  Mohammad Ali, Haile Gabresslasie

SPONSORS
Bike:
Sunglasses: Rudy Project
Nutrition: Endura

Successes and Notable Results

I’ve been lucky enough to have a number of wins and successes throughout my career. There is nothing like standing on the podium and I can’t wait to get back there.

  • World # 2, 2008

    Finished 2008 ranked #2 in the world. At one point throughout the year, ranked #1.

  • 2006 Commonwealth Games

    Selected for the 2006 Commonwealth Games Team

  • 2005 ITU Rookie of the Year

    Selected as Rookie of the Year in 2005

  • 2003/04 Champion

    ITU World Junior Champion in 2003 and Australia / Oceania U23 World Champion in 2004

  • 2013 Podiums

    Winner, Oceania Championships; Winner FGP Les Sables; 3rd Auckland

Results List

2003

ITU World Junior Champion

2004

Australia / Oceania Under 23 Champion

2005

6th in the Elite World Champs, Gamagori
ITU Rookie of the Year

 

2006

Commonwealth Games Team
Bronze Elite World Champs, Laussane
Noosa Triathlon Champion

2008

4 x World Cup podiums
6th in the Elite World Champs, Vancouver
World Number One ranking
Finished year ranked #2 in the World

2009

5th in the Mooloolaba World Cup race

2010

WCS Ranking #23

2011

WCS Ranking #23

2012

WTS Ranking #55

2013

Winner, Oceania Championships, Wellington
3rd, WTS Auckland
15th, WTS San Diego
5th, WTS Madrid
Winner, FGP Les Sables
WTS Ranking #16