Team Timex Camp 2018

03/15/2018

45 Athletes from around the world converged in Tuscon, Arizona for 3 days in early March for Team Timex Camp. Athletes used this time to swim, bike, and run as a team while also meeting with industry partners, including Shimano, to learn about the latest tech and product offerings. 

 

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Timex camp always start with a dip in the U of A pool. 

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Justin Metzler (Boulder, CO) listens to blueseventy owner, John Duquette, present on the pool deck.

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Jeanni Seymour (South Africa) has a relaxing camp in prep for her second race of the year in Oceanside.

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Camp is serious business but there was plenty of time for some laughs.

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Jeanni Seymour was awarded 2017 Timex Team Athlete of the Year during camp. She won a handful of Ironman 70.3 events and was consistently ranked within the top 5 in the world.

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A full sponsor expo gave athletes a chance to meet with all the team partners and pick up gear for the season.

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Of course, plenty of Timex watches were on hand.

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USA Cycling Hall of Fame member and owner of Team Sports, Inc. (Timex Team Management company), Tom Schuler, sorts Castelli apparel for athletes.

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Running the Loop in Tucson, AZ.

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The 2018 Timex Multisport Team

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Athletes enjoy some team bonding with a game of Team trivia.

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Time to ride. 

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Tucson local and pro triathlete, Lisa Roberts, led most of the group rides including multiple ascents of the iconic Mt. Lemmon.

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Timex pros will be riding a mix of DURA-ACE R9100 C40 and C60 wheels with Vittoria Corsa tubulars.

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The 2018 kits are a massive departure from past seasons. Simple and clean. The Trek Speed Concepts match the blue and white color scheme.

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Mount Lemmon never disappoints. Less than half way up, the clouds rolled in and the temperature dropped. Visibility was limited to 30-40 feet.

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Triathletes don’t always ride tri bikes. Roger Thompson sporting the Trek Madone with DURA-ACE R9150 Di2. Roger is also wearing the S-PHYRE RC9 footwear, a shoe that's gaining popularity among triathletes. 

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The ride was epic and the photos from photographer Kevin Batchelor captured the day perfectly.

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Lisa Roberts making a solo bridge up to the front group.

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Camp ends but the season kicks off. Look for Timex athletes at Ironman and 70.3 races across the globe in 2018.

 

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