Tim is the youngest two-time Ironman champion in the 33-year history of Ironman racing.
At 24 years old, Tim won Ironman Western Australia in 2008, which made him the second youngest Ironman Champion (behind Germany’s Thomas Hellriegal) by 12 days. However, when he won his second Ironman distance event in Copenhagen last August, he surpassed Hellreigal’s accomplishment (of having two Ironman wins) by about three months.
Tim, at only 26 years old and already a two-time Ironman Champion, with numerous Ironman 70.3, and Long Course wins, is won of the most recognised Australian Professional Triathletes, that still regularly races in Australia. For the past three years, Tim has been getting podium results in 56% of all races that he entered, and 85% in the top 10. He has raced 34 major triathlons since January 2008 between North America, Europe, and the Southern Hemisphere racing season.
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