Jan Frodeno

Jan Frodeno


Jan Frodeno is the 2008 gold medal winner in the men's triathlon at the Beijing Olympics and 2 time winner of the Ironman World Championship in 2015 and 2016. Frodeno will work collaborative with Wahoo’s engineers by providing direct input into the design and development of future Wahoo products ensuring they are tailored to meet the needs of the most demanding professional athletes.

Jan Frodeno


As an official partner, Wahoo’s ecosystem of innovative products will be supporting Frodeno’s training efforts. This includes the dual-band TICKR X Heart Rate Monitor, the powerful and aerodynamic ELEMNT BOLT GPS cycling computer, and Wahoo’s acclaimed indoor stationary smart bike trainer; the KICKR, whose signature flywheel technology replicates the smooth feel of the road. Rounding out the Wahoo ecosystem is the groundbreaking new KICKR CLIMB, a grade simulator which enables Frodeno to replicate the resistance and grade changes found on the profiles of real-world TT courses, providing a competitive edge unmatched by any other indoor trainer

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Jan Frodeno
  • 2016 Ironman World Champion
  • Ironman World Record Holder (7:35:39)
  • 2015 Ironman World Champion
  • 2015 Ironman 70.3 World Champion
  • 2014 Ironman European Champion
  • 2014 Ironman World Championships (3rd Place)
  • 2014 Ironman 70.3 Championships (2nd Place)
  • 2014 Ironman European Championships (3rd Place)
  • 2014 Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Champion
  • 2013 Ironman 70.3 European Championships (2nd Place)
  • 2012 Olympic Games Men's Triathlon (6th Place)
  • 2010 ITU World Triathlon Series (4th Place)
  • 2009 ITU World Triathlon Series (4th Place)
  • 2008 Olympic Games Gold Medal Men's Triathlon
  • 2007 ITU Triathlon World Championships (6th Place)

The Facts about Jan Frodeno

Q: What makes you a Wahooligan?

I like to go my own way, push my limits and consequently those of the ones around me all while still being able to laugh about it all and realize that sport is the most beautiful hobby in the world.

Q: What do you consider your greatest accomplishment?

Being a solo Dad for a week while my wife was on a business trip and while I was preparing for an Ironman.

Q: What do you consider your biggest professional accomplishment to date?

It's hard choice to make in our sport between Kona and the Olympics, but I'd have to go with the Games. One shot in 4 years was pretty cool to nail.

Q: Do you have any race day rituals?

I get up 3 hours before, have a coffee and some oats, have a stretch and try not to freak out.

Q: What are three training tip you would recommend to athletes?

1. Work consistency over huge days.
2. Maximize on your time (such as indoor training). The first and last person to start/finish training did not necessarily have the best workout.
3. Train the way you plan to race.

Q: What inspires and what motivates you to keep pushing and striving for personal greatness?

The idea of being able to improve after all these years. Going to bed better than when I woke up.



"It’s very important to me that the brand cares about delivering a seamless user experience between each of its products – and Wahoo’s full ecosystem suits my training needs perfectly, enabling me to train with greater efficiency than ever before."