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Brent Kynaston

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Brent Kynaston is an American triathlete. He has competed in many varied athletic events. He works with butterfly specialist Brian Suddeth who encouraged him to study Total Immersion swimming style, a decision that helped him complete the St. George Ironman 2012, often called the "toughest triathlon in the USA" which had a record breaking 29% started but did not finish (DNF), and 20% of registrants did not start (DNS).

Kynaston is a software engineer and consultant, mobile app developer, a Principal Solutions Architect at TriVir LLC, and Engineering Lead for Lucky Dog Apps. He is a member of the Government Technology Research Alliance (GTRA). With subject matter expertise in the area of Identity and Access Management he has designed solutions and provided FICAM program management assistance over the last 15 years for agencies within the federal governments of the United States and Australia, local and state governments, healthcare, insurance, banking, travel, entertainment, education (higher and lower), media, energy exploration, non-profits, retail, and manufacturing.


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  • Kinetic Half Iron - Virginia USA
  • St. George Ironman - Utah, USA
  • Sydney Triathlon - Sydney, Australia
  • Luray Triathlon - Virginia USA
  • Ragnar Relay Florida Keys - Florida, USA
  • Ironman Melbourne - Melbourne, Australia
  • Triathlon Melbourne - Melbourne, Australia
  • Rumpus In Bumpass International/Sprint Triathlon - Virginia USA
  • Colonial Beach Sprint Triathlon - Virginia USA
  • Ragnar Relay DC - District of Colombia, USA


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