Scott Eder

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Scott Eder (born October 7, 1957 in Brooklyn, New York) is a sports executive, marathoner, triathlete, personal trainer and gym designer.

He is the only child of Howard A. (1932–2002) and Diane G. Eder (b. 1934-2013). Now a longtime resident of Dallas, Scott was a collegiate baseball player at Austin College. So after in 1984 he became an Ironman triathlete and is currently a triathlon promoter, fitness club consultant, and private coach/trainer to athletes of all sports.

Career[edit]

Scott is the first manager/agent for sanctioned Tour de France rider Lance Armstrong (1987–1990) (see [1]). Two books(Wheelmen and Cycle of Lies) detail their journey back in the late 1980s. http://wheelmenthebook.com/. http://www.harpercollins.com/books/Cycle-Lies-Juliet-Macur/?isbn=9780062277244

He was hired by Host Communications in 2001 as account manager to oversee corporate sponsorship sales for the American Bicycle Association (ABA) (see [2]).

Entering 2014 Team Cambridge Triathlon Racing is made up of 161 Dallas-Fort Worth area amateur athletes with a passion for competition and racing. www.teamcambridgetri.com

Athletic career[edit]

Scott was an intercollegiate athlete at Austin College.

External links[edit]

http://wheelmenthebook.com/