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Tim Moxey

CEO, blueseventy

Tim Moxey is back at the helm of blueseventy, a company he ran from 2002-2008. Moxey expanded blueseventy a New Zealand-based niche triathlon wetsuit company to be the global leader in wetsuits and swimskins to win gold at the 10km Open Water. 

While running blueseventy, Moxey started ‘nuun and company’ which pioneered the concept of tablet-based sports drinks to allow athletes to manage hydration on-the-go without the calories and waste profile of existing ready to drink sports drinks.

Prior to blueseventy, Moxey was in roles at BZW/Barclays Capital and Bain and Company. Moxey holds a BSc (Hons) in Physics from the University of Warwick (UK) and an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College. He is a remarkably average triathlete which is attributed largely to his lack of training though he likes to throw himself into events at the last minute. Despite this, he’s completed seven Ironmans, competed for Queen and country twice, and was the Welsh National Junior Triathlon Champion.


The leader in triathlon wetsuits and the creator of the swimskins that are now a key part of any swimmer trying to exit the hawaii IRONMAN just that little bit faster. blueseventy took its name from the simple fact that 70% of the world is covered in water. It’s the company's mission to make products that enhance the experience of swimming for everyone (at least for those wearing our products).

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