raise more than just a sweat!

Endurance Club Ambassadors are movers and shakers in their respective sports... and they inspire!
The true beauty lies in the fact that everyone is equipped to become an ambassador - it's a matter of whether or they have the courage to act that allows them to be defined as such. Ambassadors need neither medals nor recognition to stand out, for an ambassador remains committed to the cause that motivated them to take action regardless of the circumstances.
An ambassador defines inspiration.


OBJECTIVE: To secure major athletic company sponsorship for RAAM and major triathlons to aid in impacting the youth of Lubbock community through fundraising for LUBBOCK BOYS & GIRLS CLUB.

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RAAM: Participated two consecutive years. First place female solo cyclist, 2006, completing race in 11 days, 22 hours. First place team, 2005, completing race in 8 days 17 hours, and 36 minutes. Participated in 2005 as a co-ed team member, in 3,043-mile ten–day race from San Diego to Atlantic City.

TRIATHLONS: Eight years' progressive participation in multi-sport events with greatest victories 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2003 Ultraman World Champion, noteworthy results in 2001, 2002, and 2003 Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Drive and endurance helped set new course record in Ultraman swim event (cutting previous world record by seven minutes), bike course world record (2nd in course history), and second fastest Ultraman overall time ranking (27 hours, 31 minutes) in the 19-year history of the event. Propelling career toward this ultimate athletic goal was participation in 81 triathlons around the world, from sprint-ironman-ultra distance, with a phenomenal winning percentage of nearly 70% within age group. Another career highlight is being four-time age-group winner in 1999, 2000, 2003, and 2004 Southwest Challenge Series (twice crowned female champion of the year).