Conor Devine is 40. The Northern Irishman has completed 10 Olympic and sprint-distance triathlons, one IRONMAN, five IRONMAN 70.3 races, and eight standalone marathons to produce an undoubtedly impressive endurance sport CV.
But what takes Devine’s story up a notch (or three!) is that he’s been living with the neurological condition Multiple Sclerosis (MS) for 12 years and was initially convinced the rest of his life would be spent in a wheelchair.
Here is another example of how far we’ve come to treating multiple sclerosis.
This is a very inspiring story about Iron Man Connor Devine.