Cam Brown


Cam Brown

Cam has had a passion for triathlon ever since he did his first race back in the summer of 1987. Some 30 years later he is still competing and loving it.

Much has been written about Cam Brown's accomplishments in the sport of triathlon, and rightly so. When you think of triathlon, the level of commitment required to perform year after year at the top it's hard to believe.

At 49, Cam Brown has completed nearly 70 Ironman races, and when, or if, he ever stops turning up to the start line, he will go down as one of the greatest triathletes the world has ever seen.

What is your ultimate finish line?

To be a professional until I am 50 years old.

What are you most proud of?

My 12 Ironman wins in New Zealand.

What are your worst habits as an athlete?

Eating too much chocolate.

Who is to thank/blame for introducing you to your sport? Tell us your history to how it all began and how you got to where you are now.

My teacher at Pakuranga college, Patsy Lambert, who introduced me to the sport of Triathlon.

What words of advice would you pass on to a rookie entering a triathlon? What would you tell a younger you about to set out on this journey?

To have fun, be consistent in your training and travel the world.

Describe your perfect day - how does it look, what do you do and who are you with?

5-6 hour ride around the Kaiaua coast with my mates on a hot clear summers day, with a Coke and pie stop at half way.

What is your favourite 2XU product and why? How does this help you prepare, perform, recover and repeat?

My 2XU compression pants, they stop my muscles from getting hammered from my brick runs off the bike or my track sessions.

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