Rolling O Lab Trey Invades The Tobay
This year the small town of Oyster Bay, NY awoke to a unique sight as the Rolling O Lab stormed toward the harbor. It became the setting of this year’s Tobay Triathlon and with the O Lab on hand it was shaping up as one of the best in recent memory. On this particular race day the importance of Oakley sport performance eyewear and High Definition Optics was made clear as many athletes were able to tour the lab pre-race.
The venue gained more life as the sun came up and over 1500 athletes geared up to charge this years stages. The Rolling O Lab crew made sure to bring the vibe and plenty of knowledge to pass on to the crowds and local shop the Runners Edge, with help from area rep Joe Mata, made sure there were plenty of Oakley products on hand for anyone who craved the precision clarity that HDO offers.
The event was a complete success with over 200 people coming through the Lab and plenty of triathlon fans to stimulate local businesses. The serene town and harbor of Oyster Bay created a perfect setting for this race with its location less than 40 miles from New York City, allowing fans of all types to access this world class event.
The Rolling O Lab would like to extend there thanks to Joe Mata for the BBQ/epic mini-ramp session and his hospitality. Also big thanks to Oyster Bay Event Director Vicki Belegrinos, Bob Cook and Nancy with the Runners Edge (www.runnersedgeny.com), and all the athletes who came out this year.
Congratulations to the overall leaders:
1) Takao Muehmel – 58:31, Wantagh, NY
2) Will Iaia – 1:01:51, Patchogue, NY
3) Peter Ventura – 1:03:09, Glen Cove, NY