Robbie McEwen is an Australian former professional road cyclist. He is widely known as a triple winner of the Tour de France's green jersey classification, and at his peak he was considered the fastest sprinter in the world. He participated in the Tour de France 12 times between 1997 and 2010, and had 12 stage wins.
He also participated in three Olympic Games, 1996 in Atlanta, 2000 in Sydney and 2004 in Athens. His achievements include being named 2002 Australian Cyclist of the Year, 2002 Male Road Cyclist of the Year and 1999 Australia Male Road Cyclist of the Year.
He last rode for Orica-GreenEDGE on the UCI World Tour in 2012. Robbie is currently involved in tv commentary, and is an ENRG Sports ambassador.
Matt Burton is a professional triathlete based in Western Australia. He turned professional in 2013, and won his first international title the next year. Matt competes in both half Ironman and Ironman distances. His achievements include:
Ironman Age Group (18-24) world champion - 2011 and 2012
W.A Olympic distance champion - 2013 and 2014
1st Challenge Phillipines - 2014
Multiple podium at WA state series short course events
Multiple podium finishes at ironman 70.3 and challenge half distance events
1st place @ numerous long course triathlons across WA
Bike course records at multiple ironman 70.3 and challenge half distance events
Record holder @ WA 160km ITT state championship
ENRG is proud to have junior athlete Daniel Kempson as an ENRG ambassador. In November 2017, Daniel competed in - and won - the Western Australia All Schools Trials. In 2018, and still at high school, Daniel will compete in selected events locally, nationally and internationally, including the ITU Oceania 2018 Youth Olympic Games Qualifier in New Zealand, the Sydney School Sports Nationals and the National Series Championships in Perth.