|Date of birth||26 January 1951|
|Place of birth||Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|Current club information|
Titman initially worked as a mechanic, making his speedway debut at the Brisbane Exhibition Ground in April 1968. He made his British League debut with Halifax Dukes in 1972, and also made his international debut for Australia that year against the British Lions. In 1973 he averaged 6.92 from 38 matches, and became a regular member of the Australian team. In 1973 he finished in 7th place (with John Boulger) in the Australian qualifying round of the World Pairs championship. He also raced in Poland and New Zealand. He moved on to the Exeter Falcons in 1975.
Titman won the Australian Individual Speedway Championship in 1977, also finishing as runner-up on two occasions.
He signed for the Leicester Lions in 1978, becoming club captain in 1979. After falling to third in the Lions averages in 1981 and being stripped of the captaincy, he was transfer listed at the end of the season, and moved on to the Hackney Hawks in 1982. He moved on again in 1984 to the Wimbledon Dons, and this was his final season in British speedway.
During his career, Titman made the World Final on two occasions, finishing 8th in 1978 and 9th in 1979. Titman also rode in longtrack speedway, reaching the world final in 1983 and 1984.
After returning home at the end of 1984, Titman continued to ride, captaining the Australian national team for a further three years.
All figures relate to the British League.