38 years old
Conrad Stoltz, aptly nicknamed “The Caveman” at 6’3”, is one of the most multifaceted endurance athletes in the sports world. Stoltz did "every sport possible" as a kid and stepped into triathlon at just 14 years old, and by the time he graduated high school, Stoltz had already turned pro. After dominating the olympic triathlon distance for 10 years, Stoltz tried his hand at the sport’s more rugged brother - the XTERRA series of off-road triathlons where he won World Champs by 10 minutes in his debut. After competing in two summer Olympics on the road (2000 & 2004), Stoltz went off-road full time. Today he is a 4x XTERRA World Champ, 2x ITU Cross Triathlon World Champ, 9x XTERRA USA Series Champ, and holds over 48 XTERRA career wins to his name. Road bike, MTB, triathlon, XTERRA, duathlon...name any endurance genre you want - chances are Stoltz has a title for it.