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Scott Eder (born October 7, 1957 in Brooklyn, New York) is a sports executive, marathoner, triathlete, personal trainer and gym designer.

He is the only child of Howard A. (1932-2002) and Diane G. Eder (b. 1934). Now a longtime resident of Dallas, Scott was an accomplished collegiate baseball player at Austin College. He later became an Ironman triathlete and currently a private coach/trainer to athletes of all sports.

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Career

Despite the above, Scott is best known as the first manager/agent for multiple Tour de France Champion Lance Armstrong (1987-1990) (see[1]). They met when Lance was a 9th grader in Plano, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.

Scott Eder Sports was founded in 1986. Today, SES continues to serve on the leading edge of private sports coaching, sports marketing and event management. Scott Eder Sports has worked privately with more than 300 athletes, managed some 30 large participatory events and successfully acquired sponsorships for special events on a local, regional and national scale.

He was hired by Host Communications in 2001 as account manager to oversee corporate sponsorship sales for the American Bicycle Association (ABA) (see [2]).

Since 2002, Scott's Exercise Design Group has grown to focus on designing efficient, functional exercise facilities for private homes, hotels, and clubhouses in country clubs/apartments/condos. EDG has created gyms from coast to coast, specializing in those from 400-2000 square feet.

Scott Eder is the proud co-founder of 1986 The West End Five Mile Run, the Executive Director of popular TRI-GUY’s Triathlon race series created in 1989 and The Executive Director of The Stonebridge Ranch Kids Triathlon founded in 2003.

In 2007 Scott started the Brian Loncar Racing Team with himself and 8 other racers. The triathlon racing team based in Dallas, Texas ended the season with 17 members. In 2008 the team will expand, sponsoring 35 amateur athletes, making it the most well-funded team of its type in the amateur triathlon world. Prominent Dallas Attorney, Brian Loncar is the major sponsor and also a team member. Please visit *brianloncarracingteam.com for more info.

Athletic career

In the past 23 years, Scott has completed more than 140 triathlons, qualified for and finished the Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon and The Boston Marathon. Scott has run a total of 18 marathons including a personal best of 2 hours 47 minutes in the 1983 Houston Tenneco Marathon.

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Trivia

In 1955, Scott's father first-baseman Howard Eder 6'2", 200 lbs., a 1954 LIU grad, was a final cut from the Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Team. Howard was offered a minor league contract with the Montreal Dodgers but declined playing to start a family and begin teaching and coaching at Wells Junior High School in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, NY.

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Scott Eder (born October 7, 1957 in Brooklyn, New York) is a sports executive, marathoner, triathlete, personal trainer and gym designer.

He is the only child of Howard A. (1932-2002) and Diane G. Eder (b. 1934). Now a longtime resident of Dallas, Scott was an accomplished collegiate baseball player at Austin College. He later became an Ironman triathlete and currently a private coach/trainer to athletes of all sports.

Contents

Career

Despite the above, Scott is best known as the first manager/agent for multiple Tour de France Champion Lance Armstrong (1987-1990) (see[1]). They met when Lance was a 9th grader in Plano, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.

Scott Eder Sports was founded in 1986. Today, SES continues to serve on the leading edge of private sports coaching, sports marketing and event management. Scott Eder Sports has worked privately with more than 300 athletes, managed some 30 large participatory events and successfully acquired sponsorships for special events on a local, regional and national scale.

He was hired by Host Communications in 2001 as account manager to oversee corporate sponsorship sales for the American Bicycle Association (ABA) (see [2]).

Since 2002, Scott's Exercise Design Group has grown to focus on designing efficient, functional exercise facilities for private homes, hotels, and clubhouses in country clubs/apartments/condos. EDG has created gyms from coast to coast, specializing in those from 400-2000 square feet.

Scott Eder is the proud co-founder of 1986 The West End Five Mile Run, the Executive Director of popular TRI-GUY’s Triathlon race series created in 1989 and The Executive Director of The Stonebridge Ranch Kids Triathlon founded in 2003.

In 2007 Scott started the Brian Loncar Racing Team with himself and 8 other racers. The triathlon racing team based in Dallas, Texas ended the season with 17 members. In 2008 the team will expand, sponsoring 35 amateur athletes, making it the most well-funded team of its type in the amateur triathlon world. Prominent Dallas Attorney, Brian Loncar is the major sponsor and also a team member. Please visit *brianloncarracingteam.com for more info.

Athletic career

In the past 23 years, Scott has completed more than 140 triathlons, qualified for and finished the Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon and The Boston Marathon. Scott has run a total of 18 marathons including a personal best of 2 hours 47 minutes in the 1983 Houston Tenneco Marathon.

Trivia

In 1955, Scott's father first-baseman Howard Eder 6'2", 200 lbs., a 1954 LIU grad, was a final cut from the Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Team. Howard was offered a minor league contract with the Montreal Dodgers but declined playing to start a family and begin teaching and coaching at Wells Junior High School in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, NY.

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