Mike Medeiros is a newer face on the triathlon scene. Mike comes from a team sports background. While finishing his Mechanical Engineering honours degree at the University of Toronto Mike rowed with the Varsity Team. Mike was honoured with the T-Award from U of T for excellence in athletics and academics. He is currently balancing a new baby and training while on parental leave. Mike’s cycling continues to wow year over year and he won the Multisport series Triple Challenge ‘fastest combined bike split’ in 2011.
Ayesha Rollinson is a veteran triathlete who has raced on all the major triathlon circuits in North America, including ITU World Cups. She has podiumed at National, International at almost every triathlon distance (sprint to ½ Ironman). She has even podiumed at a World Championships in the Aquathlon event in 2007. She started her own coaching and consulting company in 2009 and the triathlon swim club she started now boasts more than 90 members. Ayesha is aiming to switch gears in 2012; she will be racing her first Ironman distance event in November.
Suzanne Zelazo stormed onto the Pro Triathlon circuit in 2009. In her first year as a pro she placed in the top 10 at several 70.3 races. She consistently wins local running races including the Toronto Goodlife Half Marathon in which she set a pb of 1:20. She is on the board of volunteers for the extremely successful T.O. Women’s Only Runs. She is a community mobilizer and is regularly organizing events that promote sport culture. Suzanne is the finest example how smart people excel in sports. She is has PhD in literature and teaches at York and OCAD U in Toronto. Coming back from injury in 2010, Suzanne conquered her first Ironman in 2011 at Lake Placid where she was 6th. Next up, a couple Ironmans in 2012!