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Mirinda Carfrae


Mirinda Carfrae, aka Rinny, is a triathlete from Brisbane, Australia. Carfrae started sports at an early age, playing basketball and a variety of other school sports. In 2000, at the age of 19, she competed in her first triathlon. Even though she did not have a background in swimming, running, or biking, she experienced success in 2001 when she made the Australian Junior Elite Team. Carfrae then went on to represent Australia at the ITU Triathlon World Championships from 2001 through till 2005 earning silver medals in 2002 and 2003. More recently Carfrae has focused on the longer distances. She won the Nice Long Course triathlon in 2004 and got silver at the <...

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Recent Triathlon News

  • Oakley Athletes Earn Podium Spots At St. Anthony's Triathlon


    Posted about 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Greg Bennett and Craig Alexander placed second and third for the men, while Oakley’s Mirinda Carfrae and Jillian Petersen rounded out the podium for the women at the St. Anthony’s triathlon against a tough field of competitors. Americans Cameron Dye and Sarah Haskins earned early-season wins.

  • Oakley’s Jenny Fletcher Places Second In Nautica South Beach Triathlon


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Jenny Fletcher placed second in the 3rd annual Nautica South Beach Triathlon. Over 2,400 people competed on the shores of Miami Beach at the triathlon to raise money for pediatric cancer research. Celebrities, athletes and locals helped raise over $175,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at the Nautica South Beach Triathlon on Sunday.

  • Checking In With Three-Time Ironman Champion Chrissie Wellington

    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    British triathlete Chrissie Wellington is the current and three-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion. Her debut to the sport, winning the 2007 Ironman less than a year after turning pro, which is a feat unheard of, shocked and amazed the triathlete world. Chrissie’s victory was described as the “biggest upset in Ironman Hawaii history.” With her third Ironman win, last October, Chrissie continues to inspire and even set a new course record of 8:54:02.

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