Mary Beth Ellis is the 2015 ITU Long Distance World Champion and an 11-time Ironman Champion. Known in the triathlon world as the "honey badger", Mary Beth is the former American record holder at the Ironman distance. In 2011 and 2012, she was named U.S. Non-drafting Triathlete of the Year.
In her 2016 season, Mary Beth has already captured her 10th and 11th consecutive Ironman Championship victories, at Ironman Maastricht in July and Ironman Mont Tremblant in August.
Alexi is a professional runner with the Nike Oregon Track Club Elite in Eugene, Oregon and trains alongside Adriana Nelson and Olympian Deana Kastor at Mammoth Track Club. Alexi was a 2016 Olympian competing for Greece in the 10,000 meter event.
Alexi is also a writer, co-star, and producer of a new film, Tracktown the Movie, which premiered to audiences at the LA Film festival in June.
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David began his professional cycling career in 2001 with the Junior and Espoir U.S. National Teams. He went on to race throughout Europe for a number of professional cycling teams including Sakonnet Technology, Nerac, and the Yawadoo-ABM-TV Vlaanderen Cycling Team.
David received his Bachelor's degree from Columbia University and went on to win a Collegiate National Championship medal for the school. David received his MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.
Professional runner with Asics Running and Co-Founder of Roll-Recovery, Adriana is currently training and running with the Mammoth Track Club and Deana Kastor. Adriana is a former runner up in the Chicago Marathon and 6th place finisher in the Berlin Marathon. Her marathon PR is 2:28 and half 1:09:57.
Hoka One runner with the NJ/NY Track Club and former Villanova standout, Nicole was the 5,000 meter U.S. Outdoor champion in 2015 and a 2015 World Championships qualifier. She recently competed in the U.S. Olympic trials.
Megan is a professional distance runner and online running coach at www.hgrunning.com. She is a 5-time World Mountain Running Championships competitor, 2-time Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier, 2011 USA Trail Marathon Champion and 2011 USATF Trail Series Champion. She also became the first American woman to win the prestigious Sierre Zinal Mountain Race in Switzerland and holds the current FKT for the Aspen-Snowmass 4 Passes Loop.
Felipe Loureiro has been successful in triathlon at all levels – from amateur to pro – accumulating over 26 years of experience in the sport and coaching.
Felipe is a USA Triathlon Level I certified coach as well as a certified NCSF personal trainer. Felipe has raced in over 500 triathlons, finished over 180 running races, and competes professionally in all triathlon disciplines from sprint distance to Ironmans. He's the head coach at www.breakaway-training.com.
Ashley is a professional runner for Saucony that trains with the NJ/NY Track Club. She was a 2013 World Outdoor Championships team member in the 3,000 meter Steeplechase and represented team USA at the Pan American Games in 2014.
Craig Lutz is a 4-time All American with the University of Texas who now runs for the Hoka One One North Arizona Elite team under coach Ben Rosario. Craig recently won the USATF 10k Cross Country Championships in 2016. And in the off season he helps train young athletes at the Lutz Running Camp.
Tina arrived in the U.S. in 2007 to pursue her running career, spending five years at Ferris State University. She ended her collegiate career as an 11 time All-American Track and Field/Cross Country athlete. Tina most recently competed for Great Britain in the World Half Marathon Championships (PR 1:13), and finished the London Marathon with a PR of 2:37.
Kimber is a professional athlete living in Eugene, Oregon and training with Team Run Eugene. Her diverse athletic background led her to run the steeplechase in track, and, more recently, to compete in trail and obstacle course racing.
Kimber has competed at USATF Nationals twice in the steeplechase event. In 2014, Kimber won both the Warrior Dash World Championship and the Xterra Trail Run World Championship, which she repeated in 2015. In addition to training, Kimber coaches Track and Cross Country at the University of Oregon.