MOORE, Timothy




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Lori Bowden of Victoria is one of the 22 women profiled Timothy Moore’s Sub Nine: History’s Fastest Ironwomen (independent/CreateSpace) about women who have finished an Ironman race in less than nine hours. By October, 2011, there were 26 women who had accomplished the feat. The first woman to do so was Thea Sybesma of the Netherlands in July of 1991. An Ironman race consists of a 3.8km swim, a 180km bike ride and then a 42km run. An excerpt appeared in Triathlon Magazine Canada and the book was reviewed in Triathlete magazine.

Born in Toronto in 1963, Timothy John Moore has been a professional journalist and editor since 1989. He is a graduate of Carleton University’s School of Journalism. Moore began his career as a business reporter at United Press International. He then spent more than 12 years as a reporter and editor at Bloomberg News in Toronto, Vancouver and Sydney. For the last six years he has worked as a sub editor and online editor at The Australian Financial Review. Moore, a resident of Squamish, has written for San Diego-based Triathlete magazine and is a regular contributor to Toronto-based Triathlon Canada Magazine.

http://www.timothyjohnmoore.com/

BOOKS:

Sub Nine: History’s Fastest Ironwomen (independent/CreateSpace, 2011)
978-1-4609-0764-1 $14.99