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Daggett Shuler Law Congratulates Attorney David Daggett on Winning at Ironman Chattanooga!

It is no secret that Daggett Shuler Law attorney and founding partner David Daggett is an avid Triathlete who loves to push himself in competition while promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. This past weekend, David competed in yet another Triathlon competition, and achieved an amazing victory in the process.

The attorneys and staff Daggett Shuler Law would like to congratulate David on winning the Over 50 age division of the Executive Challenge at Ironman Chattanooga!

On Sunday, September 27th, David completed this grueling, 140.6 mile course in just under 11 hours! David’s time on the course earned him 1st Place in the Over 50 Ironman Executive Challenge, and was also in the top 10% for all competitors, regardless of age.

Most importantly, David qualified on Sunday to compete in the 2016 Ironman World Championship!

This will be David Daggett’s eighth time qualifying to compete in this worldwide competition featuring the best Ironman Triathletes from all over the world.

At Daggett Shuler Law, we could not be more proud of David Daggett’s perseverance and ability to overcome recent injuries and setbacks in order to attain these fantastic results. We wish David the best of luck at the Ironman World Championship in 2016!

We know that he will continue to proudly represent Daggett Shuler Law, as well as the entire Piedmont Triad community.

You can view more pictures of this event below:


David Daggett greets a fan on the course during Ironman Chattanooga.


David Daggett in action during the final leg of Ironman Chattanooga


David Daggett wins 1st Place in the Over 50 Ironman Executive Challenge!


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