FTE Athlete Stacey Creamer nominated by NYRR as Runner of the Year

Stacy Creamer competed in her first triathlon in 1994 but didn’t get serious about multisport until about five years ago. She started riding with Full Throttle in 2009 and committed to the full program in January, 2010.
Stacy is a two-time ITU World Duathlon Championships bronze medalist (2009 and 2010) in the F50-54 division. In 2008, she was the USAT Duathlon National Champion in the F45-49 division and finished sixth in that age group at the ITU World Duathlon Championships in Rimini, Italy. In 2009, she took the bronze in the F50-54 division at the USAT National Duathlon Championships and in 2010 she took the silver. In 2011, she finished tenth in the F50-54 division at the ITU World Triathlon Championships in Beijing.
Stacy is a two-time overall winner of the Central Park Triathlon and a frequent age-group winner at Olympic-distance triathlons. In 2010, at age 50, she was the top overall age group finisher at the Nautica New York City Triathlon.
A 1981 graduate of Yale, Stacy is the publisher of Touchstone, a division of Simon & Schuster. Her authors include Lance Armstrong, John McEnroe, Kara Goucher, Dara Torres, Amanda Beard, mountain climber Ed Viesturs, cyclist David Millar, pop star Rick Springfield, former Guns n’ Roses bass player Duff McKagan, Marky Ramone of The Ramones, and Billy Idol. Other books she’s edited include New York Times bestsellers by Lauren Weisberger (The Devil Wears Prada), Elizabeth Edwards (Saving Graces and Resilience), and Douglas Blackmon (Slavery by Another Name). Slavery by Another Name was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction in 2009. Stacy lives in Manhattan with Stuart Calderwood and their son Kieran.

 Here, Stacey sit atop the podium at the South Beach Triathlon

Here, Stacey sit atop the podium at the South Beach Triathlon