Georgetown University, BA – International Business, Italian language (’13); Masters in Sports Industry Management (’14)
May 15, 1990
Collegiate Athletic Experience & Best Run Times
- 2x NCAA Division I All-American in the 3000m Steeplechase (2013 & 2014)
- Big East Champion in 3000m Steeplechase (2014)
- 3k Steeple 8:47.02
- 5000m 14:18
Swim Best Times and Events
100 free :54 (dive), 200free 1:57, 500 free 5:39
2015 Race Results (Elite)
- Sarasota CAMTRI Sprint Triathlon American Cup – 28th
- Bridgetown (Barbados) CAMTRI Sprint Triathlon American Cup – 23rd
- Dallas CAMTRI Sprint Triathlon American Cup – 25th
- Tartu (Estonia) ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup – 22nd
- Changshou ASTC Premium Asian Cup – 14th
Reading, rock climbing, skiing, spending time with family and exploring new places.
One Sentence Summary (who are you?)
I am focused on bringing the USA men to international prominence in triathlon.
Dylan’s first year with the CRP was marred by bad circumstances. Tragedy struck at the worst time of the year for him, three times. Just when he became fit for his first EDR, he contracted MRSA and was bedridden for two weeks. After snatching his elite license in Clermont, he was in a bike crash that forced him to miss three full weeks of running. He then contracted MRSA again and Strep. He was forced to miss three more weeks of training in June, just before the summer racing in Europe. With consistency from the fall onward, Dylan’s swim has improved immensely and we expect great things from him this year. He will debut at the Cuba Continental Cup in February, Tritonman EDR, and from there either the ITU Australian March circuit or Clermont/Sarasota ITU races.