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Matt Fisher Triathlete & VP of Marketing

Matt Fisher - Elivar Featured AthleteMatt kick started his athletic career after his 36th birthday. Wanting to embrace a healthier lifestyle Matt started running. It wasn’t until 2010 when he decided to compete in his first triathlon. A year later Matt was named to the Great Britain Age Group team. As VP for Marketing with an international software company Matt tries to find a balance between a working life that involves travel and training around 13 hours a week. In an ideal week Matt also tries to work on individual Triathlon elements. 

2017 will see Matt continue to build this year as he recovers from a big crash late last year, with the 2018 World Champs the medium term target. A good result at Westonbirt Triathlon (1st Vet40) and some new Time Trial PBs - "finally under 58 for 25 miles" - point to steady progress on the road to full speed. However the 'big' race is the Cotswold Classic middle distance in August - the same one Matt crashed out of last year in August. Then the National Relays will close out the racing goals for the year.

Follow on Twitter @m_j_fisher and his blog: www.triathletesdiary.com


Age: 42

Occupation: VP of Marketing with a Software Company

Sport: Triathlon (Half Ironman distance) & Time Trialling

Pre-race Ritual: Sip on Elivar Endure then find a quiet spot to visualize each part of the upcoming race. He focuses on what he wants to feel at particular points in the race.

Favourite Cheat Food: A good Curry!

Favourite Form of Cross TrainingMountain Biking or Cyclocross and hitting the gym.

Career Highlights: 

  • 3rd place overall London Triathlon Olympic Plus 2015
  • 4th place in AG Swashbuckler Triathlon 2015
  • Qualified for both the 2015 and 2016 70.3 World Champs
  • Three top-ten AG finishes in official Ironman 70.3 races (Mallorca, Aarhus and Kronborg) (2014)
  • 4th place in AG at the Cotswold 113 Middle Distance Triathlon (2014)
  • ETU European Triathlon Middle Distance Champs (2014)