Jackson Laundry is a professional triathlete living and training in Guelph Ontario.
He started his endurance sport journey running cross country in grade school, but didn’t start training seriously until late in secondary school.
While studying at The University of Guelph, Jackson built more focus on Triathlon and joined team LPC. James Loaring has coached him for more than 4 years and has had played a significant role in Jackson's development as well as his turning professional in 2014.
Jackson continues to focus on both non-drafting and draft legal racing in both short course and long course distances. His 2017 season features his IRONMAN 70.3, ITU draft legal events, and short course non drafting professional races.
July 7th, 1993
175 cm (5'-9")
67-69 kg (145-152lbs)
BSc Human Kinetics (minor in Nutrition and Nutraceutical Science) from University of Guelph. Graduated with Honours in 2015.
"While Lionel Sanders delivered the fastest bike and run splits of the day on his way to narrowly missing the 2017 Ironman 70.3 North American title...one of the most impressive Canadian races was from young Jackson Laundry, who in his second year of Ironman 70.3 pro racing finished eighth behind some of the best men in the sport."