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Julie Dibens

Julie Dibens is the dream crusher.  With talent operating at the front she is a force at every race she enters.   She is that athlete that can win all 3 World Championships; 70.3 Ironman, Ironman and XTERRA Worlds. A former All American swimmer from LSU Julie Dibens successfully transitioned from an Olympic Hopeful in 2004 to successful titles at both XTERRA, 70.3 Worlds and Ironman Racing.  Her dreams were …Read More

Mirinda Carfrae

Mirinda Carfrae is the World Champion. She is a dominate force in every race she enters with seemingly effortless finesse and consistent podium finishes in any distance. At the Ironman World Championships in 2010 Rinny gave us a glimpse of what is to come for the next decade. She broke her 2009 run record with a 2:53.32, broke 9 hours and gave us one of the most memorable performances in …Read More

Luke Bell

A perennial podium finisher over the last ten years, Luke Bell is one of Triathlon’s most respected athletes and one of the most likable guys on the circuit.  Known as cool hand Luke for his laidback style and approach to racing he rocked the world with a 5th place finish at the 2003 Ironman World Championships at age 24.  But don’t let his cool approach fool you.  He is a …Read More

Caitlin Snow

Caitlin Snow has arrived -No more pencils, no more books.    She took a leave of absence from teaching in 2010 and cemented her arrival that same year with an 8th place finish at Ironman World Championships. Here’s a translation – her top ten finish placed her as the first female American finisher with a 2:56 run split – the 3rd fastest run in Ironman World Championship history.  Cait got off …Read More

Tyler Butterfield

Tyler Butterfield is a rare sporting talent, having raced at the height of competition in two separate disciplines. A two-time Olympian in triathlon (Athens 2004 and London 2012) and a 2002 Commonwealth Games contender in cycling, Tyler has now turned his focus toward competing in the 2013 Ironman World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.   He is young.  He is talkative and he is ready to go long and   race as a …Read More

Nikki Butterfield

This soft spoken, charming girl from Brisbane Australia earned her first World Championship title at the Under-23 Triathlon World Championship in 2003. In 2005, she added the title of Australian Long Course Champion to her resume, before shifting gears to focus on professional cycling.  However,   Nikki’s proudest accomplishment to date is most certainly the title of “Mum”, having given birth to daughter Savana Rose on December 22, 2010. Never one …Read More

Jimmy Seear

Jimmy Seear is one of the most animated athletes on the course anywhere.   His smile and crazy hair infectious and from the moment you meet him you know he is enjoying every minute of his decision to go for it.    Having been bred into the Australian Olympic Team training at an early age he is excited to enter the world of non drafting, long distance racing. Out of the gates …Read More

Jennifer Tetrick

Jennifer Tetrick loves to smile.  This tall California ranch girl loves triathlon and it shows.   A former all American Volleyball player, Jenny was always outdoors.    No wonder, her grandfather was a professional cyclist, her father a former football player at UCLA, and her mother a nationally ranked tennis player. Her sister Allison is a professional cyclist who urged her to get on a bike.   Now Jenny can be found dominating …Read More

Annabel Luxford

Annabel is here. Actually she has been here for a long time. Her first triathlon was at age 9, winning the race on her purple bike with multi-colored streamers. She was hooked. Having been identified early and geared toward making the Australian Junior Team for the first ever ITU world Championships in Montreal she knew she found her sport. Even with a University schedule that included cross country running obligations, …Read More