LINSEY CORBIN (B.1981) IS A PROFESSIONAL TRIATHLETE WHO LIVES AND TRAINS IN HER HOMETOWN OF BEND, OREGON. SHE IS A FIVE-TIME IRONMAN CHAMPION AND HAS ACHIEVED TOP AMERICAN HONORS AT BOTH IRONMAN AND 70.3 IRONMAN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS. IN THE SUMMER OF 2014, LINSEY SET A NEW AMERICAN IRONMAN RECORD AND CLOCKED THE 5TH FASTEST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF THE SPORT. HER VISION IS TO TRANSCEND THE BOUNDARIES OF  HER SPORT AND REPRESENT THE IMPORTANCE OF A SOUND MIND, BODY, AND DIET IN ACHIEVING DREAMS. 

JOIN LINSEY AS SHE EMBARKS ON HER 10TH SEASON AS A PROFESSIONAL TRIATHLETE.  EXPLORE HER PHOTOS, WATCH HER VIDEOS, READ HER BLOG, SEE HER PRESS, AND ENJOY THE JOURNEY. 

 
“I think happiness comes from following your heart and doing what you love. If you aren’t pursuing your passion, then it’s difficult to put in the work needed to succeed. I quit a job at a dog store to pursue my dream of being a professional triathlete. I’m glad I did. If you’re doing what you love –worst case scenario– you’ll enjoy the journey.
— Linsey Corbin

FAVORITES

Jumping into a pile of hot laundry

Putting on a new pair of socks

Eating Dark Chocolate 

Climbing in the big ring  

Playing with my golden retriever 

Landing on the Big Island  

Baking a Pie 

Buying a gift 

Running off the bike 

Drinking a craft beer

Holding hands with my husband

Dancing to good music 

NUmbers

20             Ironmans completed

7               days a week I love my job

1,300        miles I run a year 

7,700        miles I ride a year

738           miles I swim  a year 

180           average heart beats per minute during a race

3,623        elevation of Bend, OR

6:45          average minutes per mile for my Ironman marathon

8               number of toenails lost in my first Ironman

10             max pounds lost during an Ironman 

6500         calories consumed during an Ironman


Giving Back

Linsey leverages the platform she built racing to give back to people, organizations, and communities doing great work.  She frequently speaks to local clubs, youth teams, and non-profit organizations. Specifically, she donates here time and resources to MORETHANSPORT.org. and serves on the advisory board of  Team Red White Blue