Tim Hendry-Gallagher will be cheered on by all of his coworkers from Race Roster when he competes in shot put at the Pan Am Games in Toronto, Ontario on July 21st.
Since moving to London almost two years ago Tim has been a key member of the support team at Race Roster, one of London’s fastest growing tech companies. Two of Race Roster’s founders, Chantelle Wilder and Brandon Laan, who also come from a competitive athletic background, are especially thrilled to be able to support Tim on his athletic journey.
Most days at Race Roster you can find Tim stretching or rolling out his muscles after a tough workout. Over the last year as he recovered from injury, Tim has balanced his grueling training and competition schedule with a full time job. Unlike some of his Canadian teammates, Tim does not have the sponsorship available to train full time.
“It’s unfortunate that there is a disparity between the athletes but we’re happy to have Tim on our team at Race Roster and will support and accommodate him in any way we can as he works towards a spot on Canada’s Olympic team” said Brandon Laan, President of Race Roster.
Tim is scheduled to throw on July 21st in the evening session at York University. As has been the case since he started at Race Roster, a group of his coworkers will be in the stands cheering him on.
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About Tim Hendry – Gallagher
Tim is a graduate from the University of Guelph with an Honours Degree in Marketing. He is the Shot Put and Weight throw Gryphon School Record Holder and 8 time CIS Medalist. He is a 4 time Canadian National team member in Shot Put. Tim made his first National team in 2010, qualifying for the NACAC U23 event in Florida. Tim was also on the 2012 NACAC team, the 2013 FISU team, and the 2013 Francophone team. In 2013, Tim suffered a stress fracture in his left shin causing him to miss the 2014 season. After a year off he qualified for the Pan Am games and is in his best throwing form ever. Learn more about Tim at his personal blog: Ami and Tim’s Training Blog
About Race Roster
Race Roster employs nearly 40 people, all focused on creating the best technology and customer experience for Event Organizers and participants. Unlike many of the competitors in the space, Race Roster focuses specifically on endurance events. Thus, the company’s staff is made up of ex-pro athletes, Canadian Olympic and Pan Am game hopefuls, and, of course, technology experts. At the core, the team at Race Roster are Event Organizers and athletes serving Event Organizers and athletes.
Dennis Mazajlo – Race Roster