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The Curious Case of KEVIN FERGUSSON

“As soon as you walk of the plane at KONA, the reality sets in ……… that you have made it to the Pinnacle of our sport.”

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 The Curious Case of KEVIN FERGUSSON

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Addicted to smoking to addicted to racing

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From addicted to smoking to addicted to racing and now … WORLD CHAMP September 3, 2001 Navy Reservist ABDIV Kevin Fergusson shows the relief of crossing the line to win his age category at the World Triathlon Championship in Edmonton, Canada. Photo by Jim Brackenbury – International Triathlon Union .

When ABDIV Kevin Fergusson first took up triathlons almost ten years ago, he did it to help beat a packet-a-day smoking habit. These days, he’s quit smoking but has a new addiction that has paid huge dividends after he took first place in the 40-44 years age category at the World Triathlon Championships at Edmonton, Canada. “With my work as a commercial diver, we were staying in pubs and I was smoking and drinking and going down the wrong track,   Continue reading Addicted to smoking to addicted to racing