PROJECT announced as Triathlon Canada official supplier through Tokyo 2020!

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PROJECT clothing is proud to announce that we are continuing our relationship with Triathlon Canada High Performance and have signed with them through the 2020 Olympics! We are excited to continue development of the best and innovative garments that help to put High Performance athletes ahead when seconds count. 2017 is already shaping up to be a busy year for athletes and the lead up to Tokyo 2020 will only get busier- follow the athletes journeys on our our social media!

Read the official Press Release here.


PROJECT announced as new AFL National Umpire Supply Program

PROJECT is excited to be announced as the new supplier for the AFL National Umpire Supply Program. We are looking forward to the season ahead and pleased that our short 4 week turn around for orders means there is still plenty of time to get your uniforms before the season starts!  A great range for both on field and off field including male and female specific styles tailored specifically for the differences in men’s and women’s shapes.

Check out the range here

Official Press Release to come!


Countdown to WMG2017!

The final countdown to the World Masters Games 2017 is on! Auckland has been getting busy preparing for the influx of athletes from around the world, ready to compete in April. We have hit the 10 week countdown, which means if you have been considering ordering a custom team uniform with the official WMG2017 logo then you have 4 weeks to contact us so that we can have it completed and to you in time! Email us at [email protected] or check out your options for custom teamwear here.

Official merchandise is available online now with limited numbers left- if you have been thinking about purchasing some official merchandise from our range, now is the time! You can find the range by clicking here. We will also be located at various places throughout the event with an extended merchandise range!

Tag us in your merchandise pictures on social media, we would love to see how you are#trainingforAuckland and #EatTrainRepeat. Looking forward to seeing you at the Games!

New Stockist- Bicycle Center Belmont


Project Clothing is proud to welcome Bicycle Center Belmont to our retail outlet family. Based at 119 High Street, Belmont (Geelong) the store offers a huge floor space where you’ll find the latest range of road, triathlon, mountain, cyclocross, kids and e-bikes from top international brands such as Merida and Norco. They also stock all the bike accessories you’re ever likely to need along with a full bike servicing workshop.

Feel free to also drop in and visit Shane, Tania and the friendly Bicycle Center team to discuss the entire Project Clothing range of triathlon, running, compression, cycle and casual wear. You’ll be able to pick up a great Christmas present while you’re there!


How do you #wearproject ?

Where does your PROJECT gear take you? The Gym? Local Fun Run? International Competition?

At PROJECT, we are all about you. Working with you and for you, PROJECT creates technical clothing for athletes and teams to enhance performance, comfort and confidence. Weather you are wearing custom designed corporate team t-shirt, casual track pants on the couch or a high performance international athlete in a custom Supersuit, PROJECT is there with you the whole way. Share with us on social media how and wear you are wearing your PROJECT gear using the hashtag #wearproject and let’s build a community of like minded individuals and teams being the best they can be.

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Podcast: VIS Head Coach Women’s Hockey – Stacia Joseph

Project Clothing recently visited the State Netball and Hockey Centre in Parkville to chat exclusively with Stacia Joseph – Victorian Institute of Sport Head Coach Women’s Hockey. Project Clothing is the official apparel supplier to the VIS Women’s Hockey Program and was recently granted full access to the inner sanctum at training. 2

The girls are currently preparing for the Australian National League in Perth and have been running through their paces at the SNHC and in the VIS gym over the last few months.

Head Coach, Stacia Joseph, was originally involved with the VIS as a hockey player (scholarship holder) for 12 years but moved into coaching after a 2 year lay-off. Listen to what Stacia has to say about the VIS Hockey Program and their relationship with Project Clothing.


Team GS 2016 British Beach Volleyball National Champions

Project Clothing’s very own Team GS (Chris Gregory and Jake Sheaf) secured their second British National Beach Volleyball Championship last week at Margate, UK.

The pair compete on the CEV European Tour and the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour and won the National Title comfortably for the second time, previously winning in 2014. With a busy international schedule Chris and Jake were unable to compete in the National Championships in 2015 but came back with a great result this year.

Since 2015, Project Clothing have supported Team GS and closely followed their run into the Rio Olympics. Qualification wasn’t to be but after a successful end to the 2016 season Chris and Jake are looking forward to another great season of beach volleyball, but not before enjoying a well earned break. Apart from more National Champs and Tour wins the guys are focussing on Tokyo in 2020 as their next long term goal.

Good luck fellas!

Rio Olympic Games Review (Project Ambassadors)

Rio de Janeiro really turned it on for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad – the 2016 Olympic Games. With more than 11,000 athletes from 207 countries the USA dominated the two week event to finish in first place on the medal table. Australia came in 10th position with 8 gold, 11 silver and 10 bronze medals.

Project Clothing had 2 brand Ambassadors competing at Rio, both in the Triathlon event; Gwen JORGENSEN (USA) and Ryan BAILIE (AUS).

Gwen with Rio gold medal

Gwen JORGENSEN (Project Compression Ambassador) won the Gold Medal ahead of a world class women’s field. Gwen was in the lead group throughout the swim and bike legs but it was during the run leg (10km) where her pro running background came to the fore. Gwen forged ahead to win comfortably in the end from 2012 Olympic champion Nicola Spirig of Switzerland. A wonderful effort Gwen!

Brand Ambassador Ryan BAILIE followed his top 10 finish in this years ITU World Championship Series to come home 10th. A mighty effort given the quality of the field headed by British brothers Alistair and Jonathon Brownlee (Gold and Silver medal).

Project are also the official apparel supplier to Triathlon Canada who had 5 athletes competing. In the men’s event Tyler Mislawchuk finished an impressive 15th while Andrew Yorke was 42nd. Amelie Kretz (34th), Kirsten Sweetland (41st) and Sarah-Anne Brault (42nd) represented their country proudly in the women’s race.

Ambassador Ryan Bailie is off to the Rio Olympics!

PROJECT Ambassador Ryan Bailie finished 4th in the Gold Coast WTS over the weekend which landed him a spot in the Australian team at the Olympics coming up this year in Rio! Ryan has been training hard and edging closer and closer to qualifying but his 4th place finish on the weekend sealed his spot in the Olympic team. To top off a great weekend, Ryan also won two awards at the Triathlon Australia awards on Sunday. We are proud to have such a talented and dedicated Ambassador in Ryan and look forward to the preparation and race day in Rio!

Keep up to date with Ryan here

Some media coverage of Ryan’s race and qualification:
Bunbury Mail
The Australian
Triathlon Australia