Tempe, Arizona — In the demanding landscape of both the automotive industry and endurance sports, AutoCanada Collision Centres Regional Manager, Brandi Brydges has merged the worlds of steel and stamina together by successfully completing her sixth ironman race in Tempe, Arizona.
An ironman race is a series of long-distance triathlon races consisting of a 3.9 km swim, a 180.2 km bicycle ride and a marathon run (in this order). It is widely considered one of the most difficult one day sporting events in the world and typically has a maximum time limit of 16 or 17 hours.
According to a recent LinkedIn post made by AutoCanada, Brydges successfully completed the race to much congratulations. Collision Repair magazine would like to extend this congratulations to Brydges on her accomplishment.