TMB's Ray Campeau is one of the best known Triathletes in the North Eastern United States with 32 years in the sport and a string of wins and podiums in the toughest events nationwide.
Early Triathlon Competiton:
Ray began his Triathlete career in 1981 when the sport was in it's infancy and large organized competitive events were just beginning to take off. A naturally competitive athlete, Ray started out doing Triathlons as a pastime and a way to keep fitness and stamina. His abilities as a strong swimmer and powerful runner were further enhanced when he realized he had developed the athletic engine to make a TT bike fly. In 1994 with a change in his outlook and realization of the life-positive nature of his pastime, Ray started to train full-time and fell in love with the sport that changed his life.
Since 1994 Ray has competed at all levels of the sport and has specialized in the especially grueling Ironman events that can humble the very strongest of athletes.
Major Results Achieved
1998-2002 Kona Hawaii Ironman. World championship.
2002 lake placid finish time of 10:12
11 other Ironman triathlons
Winner of the Wyckoff Triathlon: 2000
Winner of the Greenwood Lake Tri: 2000
Winner of the Harriman Tri: 1999
Over 20 top 5 finishes in triathlon and duathlon events nationwide.
Ray has has finished under 4:25 a few times in his 70.3 events.
“After so many years in the sport, I have learned all the secrets of each events and now I just love to train people to do as well as I have done in my career”