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Paula Findlay’s made her international race debut in 2006 in ITU racing. She won three WCS series races in 2011 in Sydney, Madrid, and Kitzbühel. Paula became an Olympian when she competed in the 2012 London Olympics. Paula transitioned to middle distance racing, where she has regularly been on the podium. She won her first 70.3 in 2018 at the North American Championships against stiff competition in St. George. She has gone on to win Challenge Daytona and a second place at Ironman 70.3 Worlds in St. George in 2022. 

Outside of competition, Paula started TTL with partner Eric Lagerstrom. “This started out of a pure desire to bring happiness back to the sport. TTL stands for triathlon as a lifestyle. It doesn't matter if you compete, do all three sports each week, ride a $100 bike or a $10,000 bike. What matters is enjoying being outside, being friendly, and being a little better you each day.”

I've tried many wetsuits in my life, and Deboer is unlike any of them. It feels the most natural and non-constrictive to my swim stroke, and it slips through the water like a knife. The attention to detail and technology that Deboer puts into their products gives me confidence that I'm wearing the fastest suit on Earth.
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