Victor Treviño
Victor Treviño

Victor Treviño is not only an attorney, commercial pilot and a real state broker, he is a true ironman of the sport. 


Trevino has been an athlete since childhood, training and competing while working with his grandfather at the family ranch. He learned how hard work, discipline and self worth made him achieve what he is today. He is the son of Dr. Victor and Rosa Trevino. He married Yvette Gutierrez de Trevino, and is the father of two boys.

Trevino has had an outstanding career in the triathlon sport. He is the only Laredoan to go the distance at the 2017 Ironman World Championships, enduring a 2.4 mile swim, 112-mile bike and a 26.2 mile marathon run. Victor Trevino along with 80,000 compete every year for 1,700 of the coveted slots in the Ironman World Championships held in Kaikua-Kona.

Trevino reached a milestone winning one of this most sought after slots. He achieved the Top 5 percent of All World Athlete ranking in the USA Triathlon National Championships in Omaha. Nebraska. He placed second in the USAT National Challenge Competition and competed in the ITU Iberoamerican Championships in Havana , Cuba, and placed third in the Texas Ultra. He was named Hawaii’s Top 40 under 40 executives and received the NRC Businessman of the Year.

He also received recognition from Mayor Raul Salinas in 2016 for his contributions to the athletic community. He has been a coach since 2005 and spends his spare time coaching local triathletes, where he became founding president of the Triathlon Association of Laredo, and was able to coach the first female triathlete this past year. “Community is the bedrock of our future.” Trevilio said. 





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