Meet Tim Brys: cycling enthusiast, Olympus Mobility ambassador, and Olympic rower, of course!
In 2020, he was a medal contender at the Tokyo Games, but in 2023, the focus is on Paris.
You can follow his path closely here. 💪🏼
The name is Brys. Tim Brys.
For the sports laymen among us: Tim Brys is an Olympic rower.
Yes, you read that right! Olympic.
Not only because he is the ambassador of Olympus Mobility but also because he actually participated in the Olympics.
In 2020, he teamed up with his rowing partner Niels Van Zandweghe to compete in Tokyo. The duo eventually achieved an impressive 5th place.
That same year, he also broke Toon Aerts’ cycling record in the Container Cup. That is quite an achievement!
To be honest, we are not really surprised. After all, we have yet to see Tim without his bike. Except on water, that is.
Next stop: Paris 2024
Those who know a bit about major sporting events are aware that the Olympic Games will take place in 2024.
Sounds like a logical next stop for Tim Brys, doesn’t it?
He will compete in numerous races throughout 2023 to secure his spot in the Belgian rowing team.
It promises to be an exciting year ahead for our ambassador!
The Olympus team wants to support our ambassador on his journey to Paris.
Consequently, you will see some posts appearing on our social media throughout the year with #TimsJourney.
Would you like to support him as well? Make sure to follow us on your favourite social media channel: LinkedIn – Facebook – Instagram.
On this page we keep track of developments related to: Tim Brys’ upcoming competitions, results …
You can follow everything closely. A bit like ESPN, actually, or even a dedicated fan page.
4/02 – GRS indoor competition
Our ambassador spent the last few months preparing with his teammates. After three stages, the time had come: the first race of the season, the ergometer championship in Ghent.
248 rowers competed, each in their own ranking, for the best time on the indoor rowing machines. Tim rowed the 2000 metres in 6 minutes, taking 5th place.
His teammate and world indoor rowing champion Ward Lemmelijn lived up to his title and came first.
Congratulations to all the rowers!
Our reporter on site and Sales & Marketing Manager Bert Van Molle captured some atmospheric images.
On the agenda
12 March: International Rivierenhoofd in Seneffe