EVE Campeau

 

A lifetime athlete, Eve has been involved in competition since a very young age. Her sports include cycling, running, collegiate rowing, off-road adventure racing, Tough Mudder events, ultra-trail running races, and swimming.

Some of her athletic accomplishments include:

* 6 Time Hawaiian IM qualifier; 12 Ironman finishes

* 2nd Overall Female Chesapeake Man Ironman 2012

* 2nd AG Lake Placid (10:40:10 PR) AG bike course record holder (112 miles: 5:29:35) - 4th Amateur Female

* 1st Overall Female 50-K trail race; 

* 3rd Overall Female 100K mountain run (in Scotland)

* 4th overall Ultra Distance Female Regional qualifier;

* 1st AG 24-Hour World's Toughest Mudder Championship, Las Vegas

* Multiple Boston Marathon qualifier (3:03:21 PR)

* 1st Overall Female, 100 mile Hillier Than Thou Cycling Race

* 2nd overall (male and female) Lake Tahoe Tough Mudder finisher and female course record holder;

                                                               *USAT Level 2 Coach

                                                         * Health-Fitness Certification

                                                         * Licensed Massage Therapist 

 

Eve - "I believe in bringing balance to one's training program. I pride myself in being able to accommodate individuals' busy lives and develop a schedule that adjusts accordingly. My workouts are challenging and hard core with the right amount of recovery and fun...It is not always an easy and seamless journey, but I am there to guide, encourage, and support my athletes every step of the way!"

 

About the  CX2 Coaches

   RAY Campeau

 

Ray Campeau is one of the best known Triathletes in the North Eastern United States with 33 years in the sport including a string of wins and podium results in some of the toughest events nationwide.
                                     

                                  *Certified Power Coach

 

Early Triathlon Competiton:

Ray became interested in Triathlons in 1981 during the sport's infancy and large organized competitive events were just beginning to be recognized. A naturally competitive athlete, Ray started out doing Triathlons as a past-time and a way to keep fitness and stamina. His abilities as a strong swimmer and powerful runner were further enhanced when he realized he had developed the athletic engine to make a TT bike fly.

In 1994, with a change in his outlook and realization of the life-positive nature of triathlon, Ray started to train more seriously become more conscious of how a structured program could help bring him to the next level of competition. 

Ironman/Triathlon Champion
Since getting involved in Triathlons, Ray has competed at all levels of the sport and has specialized in the especially grueling Ironman events - that can humble the very strongest of athletes. 

Major Results Achieved

1998-2002 Kona Hawaii Ironman. World championship.
2002 lake placid finish time of 10:12
13 Ironman triathlons 
Winner of the Wyckoff Triathlon: 2000Winner of the Greenwood Lake Tri: 2000
Winner of the Harriman Tri: 1999
Over 20 top 5 finishes in triathlon and duathlon events nationwide.
Multiple 4:25 finish time in 70.3 events.

                                                       
Ray - "It took many years in the sport to discover the secrets that have helped me optimize result times, maximize athletic potential, fine tune training, dial in nutrition, and achieve racing goals. Now, I just love to train people to do as well as they can and teach them some of the tricks that I have learned over the 32+ years of training and racing experience!"

 

 

 

 

 

                                                  

 

JIM Grizzetti

 

Jim Grizzetti entered his first running race about 30 years ago and has been running ever since. Soon after, Jim began cycling and swimming as a cross training option. His competitive spirit fostered a desire to become the best runner and cyclist he could be. Duathlon, and then triathlon racing provided perfect arenas to test himself.

 

Jim - "Over the past 30 years, I have never stopped looking for ways to improve. I have combined sound training strategies with my own real life experience to adopt training methodologies that fruitful and sustainable as a non-professional athlete. Like the majority of athletes, I live in the real world and don't have unlimited amount of time to train."

 

Personal Accomplishments (Most of which done while as husband and father of 2 children, while working full time!):

Over 25 marathons (including Boston, NYC, Chicago, Philadelphia), most under 3:00, PR of 2:49

Half Marathon PR of 1:1815K PR 55:23

5K PR of 16:29

Half Ironman PR of 5:01

USAT Duathlon All American – 2013, 2014, 2015

Duathlon World Championship qualifier last three years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICHELE Faul

USTA Level 1 Certified Coach

 

A competitive triathlete for 15 years, Michele is passionate about improving in this sport of triathlon and continues to ask herself: What can I achieve? How far can I go? How much fun is this? She has embodies the idea 'Never give up' as is evidenced by her ability to push her limits to achieve her goals.

 

Michele - "I combine expertise, backed by many years of competing and coupled with my certification as a USTA Coach, with a personal and involved touch. I believe improvement comes from a team effort of dedication from the athlete AND coach. I specialize in coaching age group athletes to be the best they can be".

 

Personal Accomplishments:

1st overall win Flat as a PANCAKE Sprint Triathlon 2012

All American: 2008-Present

USAT National Championship Qualifier: 2008-Present

Top overall finishes since 2008 in all distances including 6 Top 10 IM AG Finisher

Boston Marathon: 2003 

13 Iron Man Branded Races: 2004- 2015

NYC IronMan National Championship 2012: 4th Place AG Podium

Ironman Florida 2012: 6th Place AG

Syracuse 2nd Place AG Finish: 70.3 world champinship qualification

5th Place AG Podium finish Ironman Arizona 2013

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