Jonathan 'Johnny' Hagan




Kurrawa SLSC


SUP, Ironman, Ski, Foil

Jonathan 'Johnny' Hagan

How do you stay motivated and push yourself in training?

I stay motivated to train as I enjoy the feeling of being powerful and free when I train. I set my intentions and focus in on my goals and continually free grateful for the opportunity to be in the water.

Many athletes have pre-game rituals that help them get into the zone. What are some of your personal pre-game rituals or routines that you believe help you get in the zone before hitting the beach or pool?

I don't really have many pre game rituals, I enjoying chatting to people and having a laugh. Just before I hit the water, I focus in on how grateful I am to have this opportunity to compete.

Reflecting on your career so far, what would you consider as the most memorable or defining moment?

Most memorable moment for me would be winning a tour stop in Europe last year on the European SUP tour.

Are there any specific achievements or milestones that you are particularly proud of and that you feel have significantly impacted your journey as an athlete?

The people I have met along this journey.

Beyond your athletic pursuits, do you have any hobbies or passions that might surprise people?

I love my job working as a paramedic and spearfishing.

How do you balance your intense training and competition schedule with personal interests outside of your sport?

Working full time can make it tricky to train but I enjoy it so much that its easy to find the time in a busy schedule.

What are your top 3 ENGINE products (either for racing or training)?

1. Club cut swimmers

2. Bullet goggles

3. Board walk Shorts for everything training related.

Jonathan 'Johnny' Hagan Wear

Bullet Goggle - Clear
$55.00 AUD
Club Cut Pool - White Logo - 2XL
$45.00 AUD
Boardwalk Short - 10
$60.00 AUD