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© 2018 TRIATHLON FILM, LLC.

CONTACT

YANFENG ZHANG

DIRECTOR/PRODUCER

Before producing/directing We Are Triathletes, Yanfeng worked as a development assistant to the acclaimed film producer Janet Yang (known for The Joy Luck Club and The People vs. Larry Flynt) on a number of U.S.-China film co-production projects. He also produced a TV documentary on 2015 Ironman World Championship which was aired on China's Central Television (CCTV) in 2016.

Yanfeng obtained his professional certificate in producing from UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television in 2013. He also earned his MBA degree from Santa Clara University, and his MA degree in International Affairs from American University.

As a triathlete and a runner, Yanfeng has completed two Ironman triathlon races and many marathons.

DANIEL BYDLOWSKI

EDITOR

Daniel is an award winning filmmaker and virtual reality artist. Always attempting to bring awareness to issues connected to health, bullying and the so-called digital revolution, Daniel focuses on new media and virtual reality as the future of cinema.

BOB BABBITT

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Bob Babbitt started racing triathlons way back when the earth was still cooling, in the late 1970’s. He did his first Ironman Triathlon in 1980 on the island of Oahu and ended up completing five more when the event moved to the Big Island.

 

Despite being incredibly slow at swimming, cycling and running, he has somehow found his way into both the Ironman Hall of Fame and the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame.

 

He also co-founded Competitor Magazine and the Challenged Athletes Foundation, plus he created Competitor Radio and the Muddy Buddy Ride and Run Series.

 

When people ask about his best finish in the Ironman World Championship, he is quick to tell them that back in 1980 he finished in the top 60. Hey, who needs to know that there were only 108 people in the race?

CODY WESTHEIMER

COMPOSER

When he's not running, riding his bike or exploring the wilderness Cody Westheimer is racking up credits as diverse as they are interesting. To date, he's amassed well over 100 hours of music for feature films, documentary series and iconic sports themes.

He is perhaps best known for his Tour de France theme on NBC. An avid cyclist, his iconic music has been airing each July since 2011. That theme made Cody a sought after force for other sports themes including Major League Soccer, The National Dog Show, The America's Cup and NBC Swimming to name a few. His music has played side by side his hero, John Williams on "Meet the Press."