June 2013

A Win at Ironman Brazil in 8:01:32  

Sets New Course Record 

Ties the American IM Record 


IM Brazil was won with the fastest bike and run splits of the day at 4:22:23 and 2:50:18, resulting in a new course record of 8:01:32. The decisive win was more than 18 minutes faster than the second-place finisher.

This ties a 24 year-old American record at the Ironman distance set by six-time Ironman World Champion, Dave Scott, at Ironman Japan in 1989. It was particularly meaningful win on Memorial Day Weekend - as a US Navy veteran and Advisory Board member and athlete for Team Red, White & Blue. 

Visit to T2 Multisport NYC 


TO and Rinny stopped by T2 multsport for an interview with Self Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Lucy Danziger. Read about the visit online at T2 Multsport's blog.

Jeanne Meyer, TO, Rinny, and Lucy Danziger


Breakfast with Castelli in New York


TO and Rinny spoke at a breakfast at the Sports Center at Chelsea Piers, NY on Tuesday, June 4, where they shared training tips and more. The event was sponsored by Castelli and Full Throttle Endurance.





TO with Aqua Sphere and Trek in Brazil 


Autograph session with Aqua Sphere  


TO and Trek

Welcome New Sponsor Endurance Sports Travel 

and Supporter BIO Power  




Mariana Borges de Andrade and TO flank Augusto Farrapeira,
president of BIO Power Brasil Artigos Esportivos E Acessorios Ltda

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IM 70.3 Muncie July 13 Muncie, IN 
IM 70.3 World Championships September 8 Henderson, NV 
IM World Championships October 12 Kona, HI 
IM Florida November 2 Panama City Beach, FL 


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