Stories

Amelia Boone is a full-time corporate attorney, obstacle racer and ultrarunner. Nicknamed “The Queen of Pain,” Boone is a four-time World Champion and one of the most decorated obstacle racers in history. Throughout her career, she’s earned more than 50 podium finishes and 30 victories in obstacle racing.
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Courtney Dauwalter is regarded as one of the greatest ultramarathon runners on the planet, making a name for herself in the sport shattering records and routinely beating both the women’s and men’s fields. Career highlights include winning the 2017 Moab 240 more than 10 hours ahead of the second place finisher, earning the 2018 Western States Endurance Run title with the second-fastest time by a
woman in the race’s history and being named Ultra Runner of the Year in 2018 by Ultrarunning Magazine.
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Sika Henry is a full-time analyst and elite athlete whose goal is to become the first African American professional female in the sport of triathlon. Recently recovering from a horrific cycling accident that threatened her athletic dreams, Henry is focusing on recovery and training, while advocating for diversity and representation in endurance sports.
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Chris Lieto competed professionally as a top ranked endurance athlete from 2002-2014. During his athletic career, he earned dozens of podium finishes and race titles, leaving a lasting legacy of blazing fast course records. Lieto continues to be a respected force in the sport of triathlon, now focusing his energy on charitable and coaching efforts, among others.
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Brooke Raboutou began climbing when she was only a year old. At age 11 Raboutou joined an elite group of women who have climbed V14, becoming the youngest to do so. She is the first U.S. athlete to qualify for climbing’s debut on the world’s stage.
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