Rehmet is a San Francisco native who currently lives just south of the city in Daly City, California. He began running in 1981 with his high school cross country team. To date, he has run over 1,000 races, which includes over 109 marathons or ultras. Rehmet’s long-term goal is to run in all 50 states, and he is currently at 36 states. Rehmet was the RRCA State Rep from 1999 to 2004 and from 2008 to 2015, being the only person awarded Outstanding RRCA State Representative of the Year twice (2001 and 2009). He was the director for the 2009 RRCA National Convention in San Francisco and was instrumental in developing the Physically Challenged Runner of the Year Award. Rehmet currently belongs to the Pamakid Runners and Dolphin South End Running Club of San Francisco. He was awarded for being editor for Best Newsletter for Pamakid Runners’ Soonar Soundings for 2003. He has served as volunteer and race director for his running clubs. For Pamakid Runners, he served on the board from 1999 to 2008. He is currently the co-race director of the San Francisco Half Marathon/5K, which usually has over 8,000 participants. In addition, Rehmet has been the chairperson for the Para Athletes Committee for the Pacific Association of USATF from 2012 to 2015. In 2014, he was the meet director the US National Track and Field Paralympic Championship, which was held at the College of San Mateo. He is also a certified USATF official. In 2017 in Canada, he represented the USA at the Aquathlon Worlds Championship where he finished 10th in his age group.