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Simon LeBlanc

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Ironman Triathlon, Ironman 70.3 Triathlon, Owner of Joe Bicycles

  • Ironman World Championships Kona-Hawaii 2019: best Canadian, 7th in the world ages 25-29, 99th overall in the world (all ages, amateurs and professionals)

  • Winner Challenge des Neiges 2019

  • 2nd place finish Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant 2019

  • Winner fastest ascent event King Of Mountain (KOM) Mont-Mégantic 2019

  • Winner of the  Méritas d'Or Athlete of the Year award for 2019 at the Mérite Sportif Beauceron

Beauce, Québec

Simon LeBlanc is eager to help develop the # 1 fuel for all athletes looking to challenge themselves. Over the past few years, this athlete has always had a great interest in physical activity. Owner of Joe Bicycles, Simon places great importance on his professional life, but even more on physical activity and personal achievement.

In 2019, Simon consolidated work and sport to accumulate victories in many competitions. He won the Challenge Des Neiges event, he finished 2nd at the Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant, just 12 seconds shy of first place (all on a road bike). He won the fastest ascent event in the King Of Mountain (KOM) Mont Mégantic climb as well as the Gran Fondo Lac-Mégantic. His efforts and  diligence in training and the importance of believing in his dream combined with his 2nd place finish at the Ironman Mont-Tremblant, led Simon to qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona-Hawaii. He won Canadian honors, finished 7th in the World in the 25-29-year-old category and 99th in the World overall (all ages, amateurs and professionals). Simon's 2019 successful season was duly recognized as he was awarded the well-deserved Méritas d’Or du Mérite Sportif Beauceron as Beauceron Athlete of the Year 2019.

Triathlon promotes the development of resilience and perseverance. This distinction and these performances allowed him to distinguish himself within the Beauce community and to be involved in several events as a guest of honor.  Aiming to inspire people to surpass themselves, Simon Leblanc is involved as an employer, coach, speaker in order to establish and maintain strong bonds with students, athletes and parents. His sense of personal accomplishment resides in seeing how his teachings, coaching and conferences help athletes develop and adhere to the principles of fairness, loyalty and concentration, with a desire to surpass themselves and to win.