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Former George Mason Swimmer Matt Chrabot is #1 US Triathlete and 2012 Olympic Games Hopeful
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Release: 12/05/2011

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Colorado Springs, CO - Former George Mason swimmer (c/o 2005) Matt Chrabot has just finished his second consecutive season ranked as the #1 US Triathlete and has his sights set on representing the USA in triathlon at the London 2012 Olympic Games.  Since beginning his career as a professional triathlete in 2006, Matt has quickly become a dominant force worldwide.  Most notably are his impressive results in the past three race seasons, as he has clearly affirmed that he is on track to make his Olympic dream come true.  Highlights of his short career as a professional include two consecutive seasons ranked as #1 US Triathlete, 2x PATCO Pan-American Champion (2008, 2010), 2x ITU Huatulco World Cup Champion (2009, 2011), 2009 USA Triathlon Elite National Champion, 2010 USA Triathlon ITU/Olympic Athlete of the Year and USA Today Athlete of the Week (October 2010).

Matt currently resides at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO.  He is a member of the USA Triathlon National Team and was recently selected to be a member of the prestigious BMW Performance Team along with several former Olympians.  With an impressive resume to date, Matt is determined make Team USA and become the first American male to take home an Olympic medal in triathlon.  The next US Olympic qualifying race for triathlon is on May 13, 2012 at the ITU San Diego World Championship Series event.  This will be the first ITU WCS event to take place in the United States since 2009 and Matt is looking forward to earning his Olympic berth in his own country.  

Contact Matt: mattchrabot@gmail.com

Follow Matt's journey to the London 2012 Olympic Games:

Website: www.mattchrabot.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/mattchrabot.triathlete 

twitter: @mattchrabot


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