The Coast to Coast, Ironman and a spot of golf are on the agenda for Mahe Drysdale, as the Olympic rowing champion takes a six month break from the sport.
Drysdale has committed to competing at the Rio 2016 Games, having been mulling over his options since winning in London.
He'll be back in the boat in July, but wants to tackle a few other things first.
"Things that excite me, different challenges, but obviously will do me good in the fact of keeping me fit and giving me a different challenge."
Drysdale will return for the national trials at Lake Karapiro in July, with a view to qualifying for the world champs in August.