Over a career that has spanned more than 20 years, across multiple disciplines, Tim Don has become one of the most accomplished multi-sport athletes ever to toe the start line. He competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics, at just 22 years old. And in 2006 won his first ITU world championship in Lausanne. After a transition to long course triathlon, Tim took second at both the 2014 and 2017 Ironman 70.3 world championships. Three days before the 2017 Ironman world championship in Kona, Tim was hit by a truck while on a final training ride. Though he suffered a broken neck in the accident, it set the stage for a remarkable comeback, culminating in a return to Kona to once again compete for a world title.
- 4x ITU World Champion
- 3x Olympian
- Ironman Record Time: 7:40:23 (Ironman Brasil 2017)
“When I’ve got iKOR, it’s a whole other level of recovery. There’s nothing I’ve used before that you can compare it to. “