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Velocity Women into NSW/ACT Conference final

The Canberra Velocity Women’s team have stormed into the final of the NSW/ACT Conference in the Asia Pacific Tennis League.  Velocity have gone undefeated after five rounds of play and are set to face the UTS Lizards for the chance to take out back to back titles.  The final will take place at City Community Tennis in Surry Hills on Friday, 12 December, at 6.00pm.

Sportswear brand partners 'adventure' expo

OnTheGo Sports has signed up as the official apparel partner of the inaugural ATEC Expo.
The Australian Triathlon, Endurance and Cycling Expo will be held in Sydney in July and is claimed to be the first of its kind where the multisports and endurance community can come together to experience and learn from one another, outside a competitive event.
Canberra-based OnTheGo Sports is the brainchild of founder and entrepreneur Mick Spencer.
While travelling and adventuring in 2009, he determined his life's purpose: To give back and help other people achieve their dreams.

The back-end ecommerce platforms that keep an activewear brand running: My Best Tech

Mick Spencer is the founder and chief mover of activewear brand OnTheGo Sports, which he founded in 2010. Here’s how Spencer integrated his back-end systems allow his business to deliver customised sportswear, while his business remains lean enough to run a marathon. The company has just been announced as the official apparel partner of the 2015 Australian Triathlon, Endurance and Cycling (ATEC) Expo.

David Jones ~ Mother’s Day Classic & High Tea

David Jones was proud to be a part of the recent Mother’s Day Classic in association with the National Breast Cancer Foundation. A team of 262 staff members from David Jones raised over $100,000 which will go towards NBCF research programs.

Is Your Activewear OnTheGo?

Mick Spencer is the founder of OnTheGo Sports activewear.
Mick was born with a medical condition affecting his eyesight, as well as two heart conditions which have nearly killed him. Despite his difficulties, Mick found his confidence through sports, and founded his own sportswear brand to ensure everybody has access to equal opportunities.

Lindsey powers to new record

YAMBA triathlete Lindsey Wall broke his own record in his first Clarence Valley Triathlon Club race of the season.

On a day when personal bests came thick and fast, Wall didn't disappoint breaking his own club record, which he set last January, by 25 seconds.

Wall has been displaying some great early season form on the back of a solid series of race results last season.

He took advantage of his home track and the near ideal race conditions, posting a 56min 6sec club record time.

Green steel as Campo hits the catwalk

The Canberra Raiders and veteran half Terry Campese remain tight-lipped about when – or even if – he will return to pre-season training after the club granted him an extra month's leave. But Campo has popped up in the most unlikely of places: a fashion catwalk. Campese joined Raiders teammates Jarrod Croker and Glen Buttriss and BMX champion Caroline Buchanan to model a new line of sporting gear by Canberra brand OnTheGo at Exhibition Park on Saturday.

Stevens Bikes Husky 100

OnTheGo is proud to announce that they will be the official apparel sponsors for the Stevens Bikes Husky 100 2014.

The tranquil waters of Jervis Bay and the township of Callala Beach play host to this classic Australian Mountain Bike Marathon. Since commencing in 2010, the Stevens Bikes Husky 100 has gained wide spread accolades as the most enjoyable, laid-back and achievable marathon on the Australian MTB Endurance Calendar.

Onwards, upwards and On the Go with Mick Spencer

One of the greatest pleasures in life for Ashleigh Went is talking to Canberrans who share her passion and love for our city. So you can imagine her excitement when the opportunity to chat with Mick Spencer fromOnTheGo arose.

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