BH Triathlon continues to add new athletes and form new partnerships to secure its place as the world's dominant triathlon brand ahead of the 2012 London Olympics.
One of the most significant new signings for BH is Cartiona Morrison, from the UK. Cat is one of the sport's emerging stars and this year alone won the Ironman Texas, 70.3 St. Croix and the North American 70.3 Championships.
“I am delighted to form part of more than a team and I feel like it is a family of athletes who share a passion for high performance sport and like to take their bodies to the limit. For my training and goals, being part of such a high calibre team as BH cannot be more beneficial”, states the British athlete.
Cat already knows some of her teammates and had good things to say about them when joining the team. "Eneko Llanos is a versatile athlete. He is open and friendly, and usually jokes around saying that he is my 'lucky charm'. We usually win the same races (Lanzarote, Zarautz, Texas…). I met Angela Naeth last year in Abu Dhabi and her passion and determination impressed me. We have a similar sense of humour and we get on well whenever we are together”.
Morrison is only too aware of her forte in the Triathlon, stating that “I like the changeover from bicycle to running, especially because I am a good bi-athlete and I think I have a large margin to improve my performance in running and swimming.” Cat says, ??“I like competing against athletes who make me push myself to the limit. Knowing that Rinny (Mirinda Carfrae) is hot on my heels or that Angela Naeth is coming up behind on her bike is always motivating. I also enjoy chasing those in front and I challenge myself to catch up with them, which is what happens when I try to beat Julie Dibens, Leanda Cave and Chrissie Wellington. I have a great deal of respect for my fellow competitors. They are all people who train, compete and strive to go beyond their own expectations and deserve recognition”.
Morrison has several challenges for the forthcoming season, saying that “my main objective is always to develop to the best of my athletic potential principal. My intention is to improve my position in Kona and as new challenges, I have to overcome my Achilles problems and change my nutrition to be as healthy as possible.”
BH Triathlon is very happy to be partnering with Cat and we're confident in her ability to continue to imprve and keep winning.
With BH's recent signing of Portuguese star triathlete Joao Silva, BH is poised to be the dominant bike brand in the 2012 Olympic triathlon in London.
Combined with BH's existing partnership with the Spanish triathlon federation, things are set for BH to be leading the way in 2012 triathlon events- from Ironman to the Olympics. BH Triathlon is commited to both the athletes and sport of triathlon, and the growing number of top athletes and national federations working with BH is solid proof of that commitment.
2012 is set to be an extremely exciting season for BH- the athletes and bikes are both ready for victory.