Tim Reed

World Champion Triathlete


Tim was strongly encouraged through school to move away from team sports and into endurance events after excelling in fitness testing - and also getting very tired of being the smallest guy on the rugby field and basketball court . With the encouragement and support of good friend Phil Whilstler, Tim flirted with the sport through university to keep his pending beer belly at bay. In 2007, Reed got more serious after realising there was a possibility of doing triathlon for a living.  

Once he committed to triathlon, Tim has achieved the highest levels of the sport winning the 2016 Ironman 70.3 World Championship.  Tim has a bright future in triathlon with many more victories to come!

Career Highlights

2016 Ironman 70.3 World Champion

2016 Ironman Australia Champion

2016 Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Champion

2015 Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Champion

2014 Ironman 70.3 Australian Champion

2012 Australian Long Course Champion


AIME Mentoring

Growing up in Australia Tim is keenly aware of the disadvantages the aboriginal populations face.  As he continues to grow as a triathlete, so has his desire to improve the lives of others. "Triathlon is simply how fast you swim, ride and run. It doesn’t make you a better person because you do this well."

In this spirit, Tim has focused his energies on supporting AIME Mentoring. AIME provides mentors for underprivileged students to create a better world. Based on university campuses in Australia, the AIME model pairs university students with disadvantaged school students. In 2017 they are launching their most focused assault on ending educational inequality for Indigenous kids. Please help Tim Reed provide more resources for the AIME mission.


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