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James Walsh - Multisport Athlete

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James Walsh racing cyclocrossMost Proud of: Being competitive at a multitude of endurance sports. I’ve raced so many different kinds of events and distances and have been able to find my way on the podium in all of them. I believe my well rounded training and ability to willingly suffer is the reason why. However, win or lose, I’ll be the guy laughing and having fun at the finish line…. no matter when I get there.
Sports: Ultrarunning, Cycling (road, mtb, cyclocross), Triathlon

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James has been competing in endurance sports including triathlon (Ironman to Xterra), bike racing (mountain bike, cyclocross, road), and most recently turned to ultra running. In triathlon, he was an age group Xterra World champion in 2008, won numerous 70.3’s, finished 3rd amateur at the 2011 Ironman Texas, and raced the Ironman World Championships in Kona in 2011. On the bike, he has raced every distance.  He's a cat 1 on the mountain bike and for cyclocross, and a cat 3 on the road. He has had numerous podiums in each discipline. He’s been at ultrarunning for a couple of years now and racked up numerous wins and podiums in 50k and 50 milers.

Going forward he is going to continue to compete in competitive ultras and is also back on the bike. He’s moving to Colorado in in the Spring of 2015 and plans to tackle a bunch of new races.

Career Highlights

  • 2008 Xterra Age Group (30-34) World Champion
  • Competing in the 2011 Ironman World Championships
  • Winning the Whoos in El Morro 50k and setting a new course record
  • Winning the Whoos in Oriflamme 50k and setting a new course record
  • Winning the Noble Canyon 50k
  • Running 2:46 at the San Diego Trail Marathon

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