Jason Hall brings some international flavor to our ever growing club of pro triathletes. This young gun has only been racing seriously for two years, but made quite a name for himself in 2016 when he won his age group at the 70.3 Ironman World Championships. His goal for the 2017 season is to learn as much as he can about being a pro and keeping consistency in his races.
Jason is somewhat of an endurance junkie, which is what initially attracted him to Ironman. He says he loves pushing himself to the limit and seeing how many mental and physical barriers he can overcome on race day. This will certainly serve him well as he transitions to competing in full Ironmans in the future.
The Kiwi triathlete’s interest in Dimond is two-fold. First, he jives with the head-turning looks of the unique frame and design. Second, his research about the technology, aerodynamic advantage and clean cut Superfork sold him on taking up the Dimond brand.
Look out for him racing in Asia, New Zealand and Australia in 2017.