Professional triathlete recognized as a Canadian Ironman champion in 2012. He first began competing professionally in 2008 and would eventually compete in dozens of Ironman competitions throughout his career.
As a child, he played soccer, baseball, and basketball and would later compete in cross country and track in high school.
After college at the University of New Hampshire, he worked as an occupational therapist.
He was born and raised in a small farm in Lisbon, New York. When he was eight, his mother was diagnosed with ALS. She would pass away of the disease five years later.
Both he and James Lawrence are successful Ironman athletes.