"Every start line is a golden opportunity. I get to race. I get to be here and put in all the hard work and be my very best."
From her days smashing the amateur course record at the Wildflower Long Course while at the University of Montana to her ten IRONMAN Hawaii starts, Corbin is one of the most well-known American long-distance triathletes in history. After reluctantly taking all of 2015 off due to injury and illness, this 2014 IRONMAN Austria course record holder has burst back onto the triathlon scene, finishing second at IRONMAN Cairns along with four top-five finishes on the 70.3 circuit
Linsey Corbin By The Numbers
Advice To Your Younger Self:
The lessons I’ve learned are so applicable to all aspects of life. Just keep going, push through the low points and the high points will always come. I would just tell myself to be open to the possibilities and the opportunities that come your way. And take the time to grab those moments and don’t take them for granted. The opportunities this sport will create for you will change your life. You’re going to meet so many great people and see so many amazing places. So just enjoy the ride.