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"I never reached my goal of being a world champion but Iâ€™m very proud of all the years I was in the mix. I was top 10 at the 70.3 World Championships every year from 2011 to 2017 and finished on the podium at the 70.3 World Championships 3 years in a row. I won 7 Ironmans, ending my career on a high with a win at the final edition of Ironman Canada in Whistler this summer. I was top 15 every time I finished that damn race in Kona, 3rd at ITU Long Course Worlds, and, well, the list goes on, but, eye-roll..."
**been watching their fun adventures on the dirt...and the smiles on their faces say it all.
An amazing athlete and a quality person! You made Canada proud!!
For a few years, she was really the only Canadian competing at the highest level and yes she made Canada proud
both were the nicest of folks too
Wonder what retired athletes do? Most go into coaching I guess or something related to the sport?
I always find it fascinating when pro triathletes retire and seems like a vast majority of them turn to coaching. These two have so many options and undoubtedly new doors always open when itâ€™s the right time. Theyâ€™re the ultimate trifecta: brains, athleticism and integrity!!
Whatever they do, itâ€™ll be done well!!
Never give up!