Peter Reid (triathlete)

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Peter Reid
Personal information
Born 27 May 1969 (1969-05-27) (age 48)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Peter Reid (born 27 May 1969 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian elite level triathlete. He has gained fame mainly by winning ten Ironman triathlons, including winning the Ironman World Championship (in Kailua Kona, Hawaii) three times. During his career as a triathlete Reid lived and trained in Victoria, British Columbia. In June 2006, Reid announced that he was retiring from triathlon. He is now a float plane pilot on Canada's west coast.[1] Reid was inducted into Canada Sports Hall of Fame in 2011,[2] the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2013[3] and the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame in 2010.[4][5]

Results[edit]

Race Date Swim Bike Run Total
Ironman Hawaii 15 October 2005 00:52:23 04:27:51 02:55:59 08:20:04
Ironman Hawaii 2 October 2004 00:53:12 05:01:38 02:46:10 08:34:50
Ironman Germany 6 July 2004 00:48:34 04:41:37 03:01:05 08:34:50
Wildflower 4 May 2004 00:25:19 02:22:58 01:19:07 04:09:12
Xterra World Championship 7 October 2003 00:19:29 01:41:32 00:40:14 02:41:15
Ironman Hawaii 1 October 2003 00:50:36 04:40:04 02:47:38 08:22:35
Timberman Half Iron Triathlon 1 August 2003 00:26:08 02:14:12 01:18:01 04:00:21
Ironman Germany 4 July 2003 00:49:21 04:31:07 02:58:23 08:21:59
Escape from Alcatraz 7 June 2003 00:34:21 00:48:31 00:45:38 02:13:18
Utah Half Ironman 7 May 2003 00:26:35 02:11:19 01:25:01 04:05:27
Wildflower 10 May 2003 00:24:02 02:34:15 01:19:52 04:20:08
Ironman Hawaii 2 October 2002 00:53:20 04:44:15 02:53:48 08:33:06
Ironman Canada 1 August 2001 00:53:08 04:35:12 02:57:05 08:27:47
Ironman Hawaii 1 October 2000 00:51:46 04:39:33 02:48:11 08:21:01
Ironman Canada 1 August 2000 00:51:07 04:45:15 02:50:59 08:29:49
Laguna Phuket Triathlon 3 November 1999 00:21:00 01:25:09 00:44:48 02:31:00
Ironman Hawaii 2 October 1999 00:50:46 04:41:39 02:47:56 08:22:54
Ironman Austria 1 July 1999 00:48:28 04:25:08 02:35:21 07:51:56
Ironman Australia 1 May 1999 00:50:11 04:44:47 02:48:13 08:23:10
Ironman Hawaii 1 October 1999 00:52:04 04:42:23 02:47:31 08:24:20
Ironman Australia 1 April 1998 00:48:45 04:39:34 02:52:08 08:20:27
Wildflower 2 February 1998       04:07:38
Ironman Hawaii 4 October 1997 00:52:24 04:56:32 02:54:20 08:43:16
Ironman Lanzarote 1 May 1997 00:50:09 05:03:36 03:01:40 08:55:25
Ironman Australia 1 April 1997 00:48:26 04:31:28 02:48:56 08:08:50
Ironman Hawaii 4 October 1996 00:54:22 04:30:33 02:59:42 08:24:37
Ironman Europe 4 July 1996 00:49:26 04:31:09 03:00:44 08:21:19

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://triathlon.competitor.com/2012/06/features/peter-reid-on-his-new-career-being-a-father-and-ryder-hesjedal_56072
  2. ^ http://www.sportshall.ca/stories.html?proID=533&catID=&lang=EN
  3. ^ http://www.bcsportshalloffame.com/inductees/inductees/bio?id=374&type=person
  4. ^ http://www.gvshof.ca/inductees/peter-reid.aspx
  5. ^ Cameron, Elford, 2006, "In Transition: Triathlon Great Peter Reid Forges a New Path," Triathlete nr. 268 (August 2006), pp. 48-66.

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