Being a global athlete is not something that just happens easily as we want it to be. There is always a struggle and consistency in advance that gives the athletes amazing results themselves. Julie Dibens as one of the famous triathlon athletes also struggle to become an athlete was also like that. Julie as an athlete started her career as an athlete when she was 16 years old.
At that time Julie was hired to represent her country, Great Britain, after finally she got a scholarship at one of the prestigious Louisiana State University. At least julie takes up to 6 years until finally she gets two degrees at once, the degrees are NON for training physiology and BS from kinesiology. However, this is the beginning her career as a real professional athlete, where she began to pursue her new world as a professional triathlon athlete.
Debuting in the world of swimming and venturing into the triathlon branch still seems to need a lot of struggle, but the achievements for the sake of achievement still get even more brilliant from year to year. the struggle of Julie Dibens to become an athlete began to pay off when winning various triathlon competitions starting from the triathlon amateur championship in England in 1998.
The world triathlon championship in 1998, the 1999 USTS Series Champion, obtaining Bronze at the European Championship in 2000, won the overall championship in the 8th World Championship in 2007, the national championship in 2007, and managed to become the overall champion many times in the UK Xterra Champion in 2007 – 2008 – 2009, and several other championships until the last was Rev3 Quassy Champion in in 2011.
On the other hand, there is an unfortunate accident that happens to Julie Dibens. Where she also had problems during the 2000 Summer Olympics. At that time she was forced to not be able to participate in the event because of her knee injury.