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Tom Jones joins Victory's team

Posted on February 02 2012

We are so excited to have Tom representing Victory KoreDry. Tom has been using our KoreDry products for a while now and his reasoning is simply put, "because they work". Tom's challenges, events, activities, training and competitions require the highest quality performance product. Tom wore a Victory KoreDry shirt while setting a Stand Up Paddle world record when he paddled from the tip of Florida to New York City to benefit Tom is currently training for his next big paddle which will be from the West Coast to Hawaii. To find out more about Tom and his amazing achievements read the following that was sourced from his website, Tom Jones is called an "extreme" athlete. But when people hear what he has accomplished, more often than not, they ask if "extreme" is an "extreme" enough word to describe him. He has run the length of California several times--at a pace of a marathon (26.2 miles) per day. He has also run from California to New York at the same marathon per day pace. That's right... 120 consecutive days... 26.2 miles per day. Make that 121 consecutive days, because when he arrived in NY, he competed in the New York City marathon, and finished in under four hours. In 2003, Tom ran a marathon, and followed it up by competing in a sanctioned Muay Thai kickboxing match, which he won by KO in the third round. To make a long story short,"if it can't be done, Tom will do it". In 2007, Tom set a World Record by stand-up paddle boarding the entire length of the California coast (1,250 miles) with "California Paddle", to help raise awareness for the "plastic pollution" in our oceans.Tom successfully completed the Endurance Island challenge where he biked then ran (134 miles each portion), then stand-up paddle boarded around the island of Oahu (over 200+ miles) to again bring national and international attention to the seriousness of "plastic pollution" in our oceans. Why are Tom's endeavors so extreme? Because, Tom has an extreme passion for troubled youth and environmental causes, and staging extreme events is his way of drawing attention to, and raising funds to eradicate the negative issues that will affect our future. He will literally do "whatever it takes," and his efforts have motivated tens of thousands of people to exit their comfort zones and become active in youth-oriented social and environmental issues. In 2008,




Tom traveled to Baghdad to help inspire and motivate our troops. He was extremely well received and the troops were encouraged and inspired but his presence and support. In 2009 Tom will be challenging himself to “Big Waves for Safe Kids”. For every 20’ plus wave that Tom can catch and document, 10k will be split between his Tom Jones Foundation, and Safe Surfing Foundation In 2010 Tom is planning to break his own World Record by Stand-up paddle boarding from Key West, Fl to New York City. It’s around 2,800 miles which is more than double his current World Record of 1,250 miles he set at the California Paddle Challenge in 2007. We encourage you to read on... to explore the remainder of this web site, and to challenge yourself to EXIT YOUR COMFORT ZONE, and  care for the welfare of the generations to follow.


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