Meet the team

  • Luisy Rocha

    I'm Brazilian living in miami since 2006. I joined the south beach run club in 2010 and it's been a lot of running since then. I'm part of most run clubs in town, very active and since 2013 I'm running official races. 
    Considered influencer in the community, my main "job" is my social media, sharing and supporting the events in town. I'm BA for Pacific Health, On Running, Fitletic, GoRun, Hydropocket.
  • Markus Boesch

    Good health and fitness is a life-long pursuit - one that I have dedicated my life to. Combining a formal education with my background as a second degree black belt in Karate,  a competitive cyclist, triathlete and a former collegiate and professional athlete, my quest is to share my knowledge and experience to educate my people in the importance of clean living, balanced, mindful living, a healthy diet and the value of daily exercise.
  • Erin Cernuda

    My name is Erin Cernuda. I love the outdoors and athletics. I am originally from Chicago, Illinois but relocated to Miami, Florida for college. A few years ago, I volunteered at a few triathlons and it looked like so much fun! After having twin girls and starting an amazing family, I did my first triathlon. After that first race, I was hooked. Our family loves hiking, rock climbing, gardening and being active.
  • Amy Chu

    The life of a nurse is extremely stressful and exercising regularly can be almost impossible. As a nurse practitioner, you are an ambassador of good health and exercising should be a top priority for all. The last year I competed in multiple 5K's, Olympic Distance Triathlons, and several half marathons. I am involved with many local running stores in South Florida and have met other great athletes in the community either at race events, run clubs, or just in passing on the Key Biscayne Bridge.
  • Steven Ray

    I am from Tampa, FL. and got into triathlons in 2013 the same way many do -  as a way to get back in shape and to push myself to my limits. Also like many others, I was a novice (or worse) in multiple disciplines when I started. Along the way I have had amazing coaches help me learn proper form and technique, I have learned about the incredible limits the human body can achieve, and best of all I have made great friendships that will last a lifetime. In short - Triathlons have change my life.
  • Zsanette Olah

    I'm originally from Budapest, Hungary, but I am now a permanent resident in USA. I served 6 years active duty in the US Army and when I got out I decided to move back to Orlando and start cycling.   In 2015, I decided to start triathlons and did a lot of charity rides on my bike.  I also rode 100 miles to find the cure for Cystic Fibrosis, Tour Latino and also Tour de Cure for diabetes.  I love yoga, traveling, coffee and cats. 

  • Susan Haag

    I am a huge fan of MultiRace & their spectacular racing experience!  I'm a 51 year old distance junkie from Jax, FL.  I hold the world record for the female with the most completed Ironman distance triathlons- at 101.  I have been doing triathlon since 1990 & am the only woman in the 300 Century Club at USAT.  I have been doing irons since May of 2002.  I have done Ultraman Florida and I must say that has been my most surreal spectacular event!  In 2012 I did 18 irons in one year & made the NBC Broadcast of Kona in the last 5 minutes with the biggest smile on my Legacy Slot face! In my more productive moments, I represent the State of FL on the USAT Board of Directors and sit on the International Triathlon Union's Womens Committee.  I also sit on our local running club Board, JTC Running.

  • Vicki Edwards

    Triathlon for me has become a way of life. For the past 10 years, I have competed in the sport of triathlon at every distance (6 x IM competitor, countless half, Olympic and sprint distances) and have been fortunate enough to represent Team USA in Beijing China at the Olympic Distance.

    From Sprint to Ironman, I truly find if you “tri” you will succeed. The races are only part of the success – there is the training along the way...physical, mental, nutritional...meeting many new people who are so helpful, finding your limits and then surpassing them, doing things you never thought you would do, and then doing them all over again. It is a wonderful community to belong to and you will find this community wherever you travel. I consider myself very blessed to be part of this amazing sport!

  • Andy Bohl

    Scuba diving brought me to Florida were I competed in triathlon for a brief time until scuba diving became a priority. I am now a Firefighter for Monroe County Fire Rescue, and part time scuba instructor. I returned to triathlon at the Miami Man Speedway 2015. It was supposed to be a one time return to triathlon but the event was such a positive experience that I continued with five more events in 2015 and six events in 2016. In the future I want to continue to compete but would like to contribute to the sport through coaching as well. HAPPY RACING!!!

  • Martha Hincapie

    Martha Hincapie was born and raised in Colombia. Her passion for triathlon started in 2015, when she joined RW training triathlon club in Wellington, FL. Previously to triathlon, Martha had zero experience any sport, however, with much determination and persistence with her training she finished her first competition, Multirace sprint in Singer Island, Riviera Beach. After that, she was addicted to the experience and got herself into a very committed training. She had completed several international, half and full distance races. This year she is planning on racing more internationals, half distance and one full distance race. Besides swimming, biking and running, she loves going to the gym, to the beach, cooking, watching movies and dancing. She does not have a favorite food because she likes it all and during her long rides she only thinks about her next big meal.

  • Tony Presley

    First race this year and finished 1st in age group. Looking to have a good race year. 

  • Ryan Baril

    For years Ryan's best friend had been hounding him to run a triathlon with him, but as a former ice hockey and lacrosse player he really didn't think it would be up his alley. In May 2016 he finally gave in and raced a sprint distance tri with his friend, and hasn't looked back since. With 2 more races in 2016 and 7+ planned for 2017 Ryan is hooked. His day job as VP of a Mortgage Company gives him great flexibility to train, #racehappy and meet other athletes! Follow him on instagram @ryanbaril 

  • Ollie Waeschenbach

    I am 27 years old, live together with my girlfriend in Duesseldorf (Germany), work as a purchasing manager.  I did my first triathon in 2008. Bevor I startet my "triathlon career", I was only a cyclist.

    I started last year at Ironman Germany and raced it in 10:52h. Overall I raced more than 60 triathlons, my personal bests for different distances: 42k :03:07 21k: 01:26 10k: 37:15 5k: 17:49 Ironman 70.3: 04:52   I want to qualify for Ironman World Championship 2018 to celebrate my 10 years birthday of triathlon. 


  • Scott Kolbe

    Scott Kolbe has been a triathlete for 6 seasons after a long running career and a cycling background. My favorite distance seems to be half of everything. Half Marathons and 70.3 triathlons. I own a brand media and public relations firm called Kolbeco. I am trained under Evolve Coaching Systems and board member of the St. Louis Triathlon Club.

  • Mary Rine

    I am 60, married, mother of 4, grandmother of 10, starting racing when I was 37 to be a running partner for my daughter as she trained for the high school and college cross country and track teams. I coached high school cross country for 9 yrs. I started racing for Team USA  2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017 and currently. Favorite Event is Duathlon. I am an Ambassador for TREK USA, MultiRace, Pierce Foot wear, & USA TRIATHLON (bringing Triathlon as a sport to Div. 1 colleges). I will race Nationals this June in Bend, Oregon to secure my spot at ITU World Championships 2018 -Denmark. I am also competing at ITU World championships in B.C. this August.

  • Todd Meiklejohn

    Todd Meiklejohn has lived in South Florida for over 40 years. He is the father of four and is happily married to his lovely wife Madeline. He is a career life-long educator with 24 years of service in the Miami-Dade County Public School System. In addition, he holds both a Master’s and Doctorate Degree in Education He’s been a competitive athlete since the age of nine, was a stand-out high school football player and wrestler, and received a Division 1 scholarship to play football at Howard University in Washington, D.C. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors and being on the water, particularly boating and fishing. Currently, his passion is leading a healthy lifestyle, inspiring others to lead a healthy lifestyle, and competing in local triathlons, and distance running events.

  • Jasmel Acosta

    Multiple time state champion in the martial art of Taekwondo (Venezuela)Taekwondo national champion in Venezuela, multiple time state champion in Miami, Florida. AAU National champion USA
    Black belt in Ninjutsu, Taekwondo
    Started in the triathlon world 2 years ago and since then 1st & 2nd place age grouper
  • Krissy & Scott Varner

    My name is Kristina Varner.  I am a 50 year old duathlete from Charlotte County, Florida (SW Florida) and I have been racing since 2012.  As of 3/28/17 I have competed in 40 duathlons. When I am not racing, I work as a 6th grade math teacher, am a certified personal trainer and mom to 2 daughters ages 16 and 13 and a 7 month old baby boy.

    Scott: I am married to fellow ambassador Krissy Varner.   I started running and biking 6 years ago when I weighed 325 lbs.  I have completed 160 races including 40 duathlons, which are my favorites!

  • Moshe Cattan

    I fell in love with triathlons as a way to cope with Crohn's Disease and Asthma, and to inspire others that nothing can stand in your way. I am 18 years old and this will be my second season as a triathlete. My goal for this year is to compete at the local races, to help ready me for Ironman Lake Placid in July.

  • Sandy Lechner

    After losing 140 LBS in 2011, Sandy became a triathlete, competing in various distances all over the country.  In 2015, Sandy was a Founding Director and went on to be President of the Ft Lauderdale Triathletes until 2017. Sandy is active with Special Compass, which provides able bodies athletes that act as engines for adaptive, special needs athletes in races. He is on The Timex Factory MultiSportTeam, and Sponsored by Orange Theory Fitness.  Sandy is married to his wife Robin of 31 years, has two daughters Rachel 26 and Aimee 24, and is the Publisher and COO at Lifestyle Media Group, Publisher of 13 Regional and National magazines based in Ft Lauderdale.