Coffee. No sport is safe. Their obsession for the black stuff rivals our own so it's good to know we have at least one thing in common with elite sportswomen!
By
Zela

8 Jun 2016 - 5:06 PM  UPDATED 9 Jun 2016 - 1:10 PM

Emily Van Egmond - football 

 

The best coffee in newy. @welshblacks

A photo posted by Emily Van Egmond (@emilyvanegmond10) on May 25, 2016 at 8:47pm PDT

Madison de Rozario - para athletics

12 reasons why we’re head over wheels for Paralympian Madison de Rozario
The stars could be about to align for Paralympian Madison de Rozario in Rio.

Erin Densham - triathlon

 

Hello you. Guzzle, guzzle, guzzle. @presscoffee #Scottsdale @scottsdalequarter #GetInMyBelly

A photo posted by @erindensham on Feb 11, 2016 at 9:27am PST

Quick shots from left field: Erin Densham
Olympic bronze medalist Erin Densham will break a record in Rio when she and Emma Moffatt become the first Australian triathletes to compete in three Games. But will we break her with our questions?

Tiffany Cromwell - road cycling (and here, a bit of a dealer!)

Tiffany Cromwell's Monaco - living within her elite cyclist means
To Australian Tiffany Cromwell, living in Monaco is pretty normal. But life's hardly normal as an elite cyclist.

Louisa Hawton - professional boxing

Quick shots from left field: Louisa Hawton
She can duck a punch, but can boxer Louisa Hawton weave around our quick shot questions?

Jessica Gallagher - track paracycling 

Unfinished business: Jessica Gallagher wants that summer Paralympic medal
Jessica Gallagher will soon hear about her selection for the Rio Paralympics in track cycling and if her unique dream will loom that one step closer.

Sally Pearson - athletics 

Sara Blicavs - basketball 

Ashleigh Brazill (netball)

How Ashleigh Brazill is busting the princess myth in netball
While some say netball is for princesses, Ashleigh Brazill and her ferociously competitive West Coast Fever team tell a different story.

You’re probably drinking coffee at the wrong time of day
The neurochemistry cycle of your body determines the best time of day to get that caffeine boost - and no, it’s not straight after waking up.