Penn. – Philadelphia area triathlete Steve Brown is once again using racing as a way of giving something back,
and making a difference in the lives of others.
an 18-year multisport veteran, will be using his participation in this year’s inaugural ChesapeakeMan Triathlon as a
platform to raise funds for the children of recently killed Frank and Trina Carosi.
parents were killed when their pick up truck was hit head on, November 16, 2003,
while driving in Delaware. They left behind three children, Kim, 19, Amanda,
17, and Frankie, 12, now saddled with the incomprehensible task of trying to pick up the pieces and move on without their
volunteered with the Carosi family for the Upper Darby, Penn.,
school district music programs. Frank Carosi was the president of the parent volunteer organization.
an Upper Darby Pennsylvania resident, is married and the father of two daughters. He is employed by Wilmington Trust
Company, in Wilmington Delaware. Brown is no stranger to
racing for causes. Whenever possible, he targets key events throughout the year as a way of raising funds or awareness to
help others. Brown is also the national news and features editor for TransitionTimes.com, one of the world’s leading
triathlon specific on-line news sources, and an executive board member of TriState Multisport Association.
ChesapeakeMan Triathlon consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike, and a 26.2-mile run, is the USATriathlon Mid Atlantic
Region Ultra-Distance Championship and will be held on October 9, 2004,
in Cambridge, Md.
can be sent to Ann Travis, Upper Darby High School,
601 N. Lansdowne Ave., Drexel Hill, PA 19026.
Checks should be written to Upper Darby School District,
with "Carosi Fund" in the memo section.
more information on Brown, visit www.TransitionTimes.com and www.tristatemultisport.org. Brown, a 4-time Ironman and 13-time-marathon finisher, is sponsored by: Rudy Project www.rudyprojectusa.com, Vitruvian Running Shoes www.vitruvianrunning.com, and Hammer Nutrition www.hammernutrition.com..
more information on the ChesapeakeMan Triathlon, please visit www.tricolumbia.org.