Recent Triathlon News
Well, its official Oakley is settled into our beautiful safehouse in Kona, Hawaii for Ironman 2010. The compound is one of a kind with a tennis court, pool, four small houses, lavish gardens and an ocean dock on the three acres that make up the grounds. Current Sports Marketing staff and former triathletes Greg Welch, Cuan Peterson and David Hyam have set up the house nicely with the help of Bryan Shelton from North American Marketing.
Oakley’s Tim Don of Great Britain, with a strong closing run, the Hy-Vee ITU Elite Cup Triathlon in Iowa, along with the sport’s largest winner’s check. Oakley’s Emma Snowsill took dominated the women’s event Sunday, winning in 1:59.35. Oakley’s Emma Moffatt finished second behind Snowsill. Oakley’s Kris Gemmell of New Zealand and Courtney Atkinson of Australia rounded out the men’s podium, taking second and third, respectively.
Oakley’s former Ironman 70.3 world champion Terenzo Bozzone of New Zealand dominated the Eagleman Half Ironman in Maryland last weekend. Bozzone posted the fastest run split of the day, finishing 1 minute and 34 seconds ahead of James Cotter, who placed second, to take the overall title.