Episode 48 – Interview with Jay Weber, The Jack of All Trades in Triathlon

In this episode, Colin and Elliot interview NH native, Jay Weber. Currently residing in Boulder, CO, Jay is responsible for managing sponsorship relationships with more than 400 teams, organizations and athletes. He has worked for many triathlon and endurance companies including Rudy Project, Base Performance, and XTERRA wetsuits.

Besides industry experience, he is a USA Triathlon Certified Coach and the head official for Latin American IRONMAN races. He is also a past race director for the Triathlon Club of San Diego and has been competing in triathlons since 2009. Jay does it all!

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