Athletes

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Nick Symmonds

Oregon based runner Nick Symmonds is a 2 time Olympian. He competed in the 2008 and 2012 Olympic games competing in the 800m race.

Now a retired Professional athlete, Nick spends his time running a business he co-founded in 2014, RunGum and working on other ventures such as creating YouTube videos and working with Gymshark.

Elizabeth Maiuolo

NYC based marathon runner Elizabeth Maiuolo isn’t your typical athlete.

In 2004, at the age of 28, she had a heart attack and doctors didn’t have an explanation for her. Following her heart attack and against her doctor’s orders she picked up running and just 2 short years later she ran her first marathon.

Since then Elizabeth has run in dozens of races and qualified for the Boston Marathon as well as running a sub 3 hour and 30-minute marathon.

SKIP LA COUR

Skip La Cour is a six-time national champion drug free body builder. Now 56 years old, his focus is on helping older men with busy and productive lives become the best physical and mental versions of themselves through training, coaching, and supplementation.

Skip’s brand MANformation Labs has partnered with Colorado Biolabs to offer MANformation Labs Essential Iron, an iron supplement that is powered by Proferrin® Heme Iron Polypeptide.

https://manformationlabs.com/

Natalie Hernandez

Chicago Bandits Professional Softball 

Hernandez played collegiate softball for University of Illinois-Chicago from 
2011-2014, where she earned All-Horizon League First-Team and NFCA All-Great 
Lakes Region Third-Team honors her senior season.

Hernandez also earned Batting 
Champion honors and was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Horizon 
League Championship.

After completing the 2014 season, Hernandez was signed by 
the Chicago Bandits to continue her career on the professional level.

Team Optum

Presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies 

Team Optum continues the rich cycling tradition established by Kelly Benefit Strategies in 2007. The team continues to pursue winning at the highest levels of the sport while staying true to the values of its partners.

Since becoming the first-ever freshman team to win the USPRO Criterium Championship, the team has consistently impressed and improved on its performances from year to year, which now also boasts the 2012 National Racing Calendar’s best women’s team, as well as a cyclocross program. Team Optum is now called Ralley Cycling.

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