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March 2016

Pierre-Philippe Carle-Mossdorf, ACIA

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 Pierre-Philippe Carle-Mossdorf, ACIA

1. How do you spend your free time?

I would say mainly sports and travel. I started doing triathlons two years ago and now I moved up to doing Half Ironman (1.9 km swim, 90 km bike ride, and 21.1 km run). Who knows, maybe a full Ironman (3.86 km swim, 180.25 km bike ride, and a marathon, 42.2 km) next year. My second passion is travelling. I am always looking for new places to visit; I just came back from Patagonia, Argentina.

2. If you could meet any person, living or dead, who would it be and why?

Probably Warren Buffet, with all the successes he had in his life and the people he met, I’m sure he would have interesting things to say and maybe a bit of advice would be nice.

3. If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to?

Probably 1945 for the end of World War II, as it is such an important moment in history. It must have been such a hopeful end of year knowing the war was over and change was on the horizon.

4. What skill do you wish you had?

I wish I had carpentry skills, as I really enjoy renovating and would like to create my own pieces of furniture.

5. How would your friends describe you?

I guess some of them think I’m pretty intense with all the sports that I do. My apartment is almost a sport store considering all the equipment I have.

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