BENEFITING: KYLE PEASE FOUNDATION INC
Atlanta natives Fred Soller and Tim Davey are teaming up to race Ironman Florida to raise awareness for the Kyle Pease Foundation.
Tim Davey is a former collegiate swimmer and was captain of the team at the University of Illinois in 1994. Upon graduation, he began racing mountain bikes and has completed numerous endurance races such as the Cohutta 100, the Off Road Assault on Mount Mitchell (ORAMM) and the Leadville Trail 100.
After completing his first marathon in 2009, he began racing in the sport of triathlon and has since completed seven Ironmans and multiple half ironman races. First introduced to the Kyle Pease Foundation in 2016, Tim looks forward to supporting Kyle and Brent spreading awareness and supporting programs for persons with disabilities while humbly dropping an hour plus on Fred Soller after the swim and bike at IMFL, thus allowing for a comfortable stroll during the marathon to bring home the “W” over the former Johnny Football Want-To-Be. Tim resides in Atlanta with his wife, Lisa, and three children, Ethan, Ryan, and Meredith.
Fred Soller has been an active member of the Atlanta multi-sport community since 2009. Currently, he serves as an ambassador for all3sports.com and Dynamo Multisport, and has competed in over 50 events, including Full and Half-Distance Ironmans, Ultra-Marathons, and Sprint Distance and Intermediate races.
In 2014, Fred teamed up with athlete, Curtis Ward, to reach the finish line at the Marine Corps Marathon, benefitting the Kyle Pease Foundation, which is still his favorite event to date. He thinks Brent Pease is a great American, and he’s going to crush Tim Davey in Florida. Fred currently Lives in the Atlanta area, with his daughters, Ashlynd & Austin, and wife Kimberly.
Learn more about the Kyle Pease Foundation at kylepeasefoundation.org.