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Times photo NEW Zealand’s greatest endurance ath- lete Cameron Brown has been appointed as an ambassador for Ironman in the Asia Pacific region. Brown, of Botany, has been the face of Ironman in New Zealand for more than a decade, and his success will be leveraged to promote the development of the multi sport. The 42-year-old’s a four-time podium finisher at the Ironman World Champion- ships in Hawaii, is the only person to win the same Ironman event 10 times, and re- cently became the oldest person to win an Ironman race on the back of a two-hour, 44-minute marathon run at Cairns. He kicked off his ambassadorship with a third place in the Ironman 70.3 in the Philippines earlier this month, and he’ll also line up in 70.3 events in Malaysia next month and Taiwan in November. “For me it’s the perfect scenario,” says Brown. “I’m racing well and still love this sport. “Ironman has been such a big part of my life and the opportunity to take on this role as ambassador for the Asia Pacific region is an honour. “I no longer want to be away from my family for long periods, so the expansion of Ironman and Ironman 70.3 races in Asia especially allows me to continue to com- pete and be based at home with my wife and two boys. “That was not really an option earlier in my career. When I was young it was very hard financially to base yourself in Europe or America for long periods. “Now young athletes can base them- selves at home and work their way into the sport by competing basically all-year round in Asia Pacific without such financial pressures, which can seriously affect their development.” Brown spent much of his early career racing in Asia and is impressed with the rapid development of Ironman events in the region. “It seems people in Japan, Philippines, Malaysia and Korea just can’t get enough and races fill so quickly. “It’s going to be great to play a part in promoting the Ironman brand to every- one.” Ironman Asia Pacific chief executive Geoff Meyer is thrilled to have Brown on board as an official ambassador. “Cameron is an absolute role model for our sport and brand. He has been the complete professional throughout his ca- reer and is still competing at the highest level. “We know he will be a real asset and someone that any Ironman competitor can learn from.” As part of his ambassador role, Brown will conduct pre-race seminars with lo- cal athletes, give advice and nutritional information, host a special breakfast with training tips and race week activities, and play a lead role with government and key partners.
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