Aimée obtained her B.A. at Western, her M.B.A. at University Canada West, and her diploma in Human Resources at McMaster. In 2016, Aimée was elected to the Masters Swimming Ontario Board in the position of Health and Fitness Promotion, and was later asked to assume the position of Treasurer. With experience from the level of middle management while at a publicly traded health conglomerate company, to the role of President in a privately held health care services company, Aimée has the track record to manage any small to medium sized company. Add in her excitement about sport, her enthusiasm for health and exercise, her genuine eagerness to take on challenges, and that Aimee is a Certified Lifesaving Society National Lifeguard (NL) with her First Aid Certification as well as a NCCP Triathlon coach and you end up with the ideal Team Manager.
Multisport Rose City Sprint Triathlon, 1st W40-44 cat
Guelph Lake II Sprint Triathlon – 1st in W40-44, 6th Overall
Caledon I Quarry Swim – 2nd W40-49 wetsuit 2000m
Tour of Pelham – 3rd Open Women (19+)
Kelso MTB Race Series Point Standings – 2nd in W40-49
OCup MTB Provincials – 5th Master Sport Women 35-49
MEC Burlington Race #2 & #3 – 3rd place
MJ swam club with York as an age grouper, competed in triathlons with Team PB under Triathlon Hall of Fame coach Barrie Shepley and trained alongside 2x Ironman Triathlon World Champion Lori Bowden. While at the University of Toronto, he swam on the Varsity Blues team as a distance freestyler under coaches Byron McDonald and Linda Kiefer, training alongside Olympians Marianne Limpert and Turlough O’Hare. At the same time, MJ trained with the UofT x-country and track teams to develop his running form for triathlons. MJ earned his degree in rehabilitation medicine at UofT, is a registered and practicing physiotherapist, he holds a certificate in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), is a NCCP swim, triathlon, and cycling coach, and is the head coach of TOEST & TOETT. In addition to a lengthy list of health and sport blogs, an overview of the coaching philosophy fundamental to all Olympian Experience Teams can be found on MJ’s website The Athletes Cloud.
2019 XTerra ‘Conquer the Crater’ Long Course – 1st Overall
Qualified for 2019 XTERRA World Champs in Kapalua, Hawaii