Rudy Project conquered the podium of the most prestigious triathlon championship for the second year running, the Ford Ironman World Championship, with Chris McCormack, the Australian triathlon athlete recently back and totally in winning stride from his fourth consecutive victory, at the Roth Quelle Challenge in Germany.

At the Kailua Kona competition on the islands of Hawaii, where the triathlon was invented, McCormack commanded respect with an excellent performance. 8h 15' 34" were necessary to cover the 3.8km of swimming, 180km of cycling and a marathon on foot, a truly exhausting course, which deservedly crowned McCormack as Ironman 2007.

Rudy Project equipped the champion of champions of the triple discipline with new and exclusive Sportmask Performance sunglasses. These aerodynamic glasses feature an exclusive brow interface allowing air circulation around the lenses while avoiding sight and performance robbing misting. Sportmasks are also highlighted by an ergonomic lens configuration and display racing format lateral logos. We guess one could venture that for McCormack this is certainly tech function fueling performance.   
—James J. Spina