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All3sports, Inc. has signed a deal with American Tim O’Donnell. See the complete press release below:
All3sports, Inc. is proud to announce a new partnership with professional triathlete and ITU Long Course World Champion Tim O’Donnell. The relationship, wherein all3sports.com will serve as the Official Triathlon and Bicycle Retailer for O’Donnell, furthers the company’s commitment to supporting a roster of top-level athletes, including fellow World Champions Craig Alexander and Mirinda Carfrae.
“Tim embodies the all3sports motto, ‘Dream Big. Dream Fast!’ He’s already achieved a great deal of success in the sport, yet his aspirations include the Olympics and the Ironman,” said Morgan Clark, Owner and President of all3sports, Inc. “Tim has the potential to become one of the top American triathletes of all time, and we’re thrilled to partner with him as he works towards realizing his dreams.”
O’Donnell earned his World Champion stripes in the 2009 ITU Long Course competition, following a phenomenal career as a member of the U.S. Naval Academy Triathlon Team. He realized great success on the ITU circuit, went on to win multiple Ironman 70.3 victories and was lauded as USAT’s 2009 Triathlete of the Year. Most recently, O’Donnell battled the best in the world for a third place podium position at the 2010 Ironman 70.3 World Championship. Future plans for O’Donnell include a bid for the 2012 Olympic Triathlon Team and the holy grail of long-course racing, the Ironman World Championship.
“I couldn’t be happier about this,” beamed O’Donnell. “The team at all3sports has shown a passion and devotion to triathlon which is unrivaled among retailers. I’ve honestly felt like a part of the family for some time – I’m excited to make it official. Their support will prove an invaluable part of my training and racing, and I look forward to working with Morgan on a variety of promotions and events.”