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Candice Ann Warner (née Falzon) is a retired Australian professional ironwoman, surf life saver and model.

Ironwoman


Warner first competed professionally at the age of 14 in the Ironman series.[1] At 16 she was a NSW state ironwoman champion.[2] In January 2008 Warner qualified for a spot in the 2008 Nutri-Grain Ironman & Ironwoman Series.[3]

TV work


Warner appeared on the 2008 series of It Takes Two,[4] supporting the Beyond Blue charity but was eliminated sixth on 1 April 2008. Her mentor was Anthony Callea.

She was the subject of the Australian Story program on 9 June 2008.[5]

In 2017, Warner appeared as a celebrity contestant on the Australian version of Hell's Kitchen.[6][7] She came in tenth place, the first one eliminated.

Personal life


Warner was born in Sydney, in the suburb of Cronulla. Warner is of Maltese heritage.[8] She is the wife of Australian cricketer David Warner.[9] They married in April 2015.[9] They had their first child (a daughter), Ivy Mae on 11 September 2014[10] and a second daughter, Indi Rae on 14 January 2016 and a third daughter Isla Rose born on 30 June 2019 .[11] They live in Sydney.

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