OUR ATHLETES

Britt Maughan - CrossFit Coach & Dietitian

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As a collegiate rower, Britt learned the importance of proper training and nutrition. Not only did this play a major role in her performance on the crew team, but became her passion as she studied to become a registered dietitian at NYU. After working at LA County Hospital as an R.D., Britt soon realized her goal was to work in the field of sports dietetics, helping athletes program their nutrition for performance. Over the past few years, she’s worked with professional and collegiate athletes competing in CrossFit, Paddle Boarding, Adventure Racing, and Triathlons.

Emily Georgeson - Road Cycling & Mountain Biking

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Emily is an athlete that loves just about every activity. Her long list of sport disciplines include CrossFit, weight training, adventure racing, rock climbing and triathlons. The sport she is most passionate about is cycling and mountain biking. She most recently placed first in the Chuck Pontius Omnium in 2015, and has placed in several races over the years. She has found the importance of nutrition and the role it plays at the elite level. She is one of Feed The Machine's sponsored athletes.

Rushane Scott - Track and Field Athlete

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Jamaican born sprinter - Rushane Scott smashed competition where he won 3x All American at Adams University, went on to NCAA Division II National Champions and, 3x Jamaican 100m Senior National Championship qualifier.

Karen Lundgren - Multisport Athlete & Coach

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Karen is a lifelong alpine ski racer and full time ultra endurance athlete and coach. A true world class athlete Karen has accumulated many accomplishments including; becoming All American Alpine Ski Racer, and Extreme Alpine climber, finishing Seven Summits in 2011, and climbing the highest summits on 7 continents. As well as the 9th American woman to reach the summit of Mt. Everest from the North side.

Mike Lestingi - Triathlete

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Mike started his Triathlon adventure back in 1984 when he was asked to do the swimming part of a relay. Eventually the other 2 guys dropped out, so Mike thought “this doesn’t seem that tough, I’m a swimmer and a runner, I can do this whole thing.” That was the USTS Bud Light Triathlon in Clear Lake, in 1984, and Mike has been hooked ever since.

Lina Augaitis - Stand Up Paddle Boarding

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Lina Augaitis began training in gymnastics from an early age and competing as a teenager at a national level. Branching out into other sports such as running triathlons and marathons, adventure racing, ultra running and mountain biking Lina began competing internationally. Then came the stand up paddle board racing which she focused on and is now competing as a professional SUP athlete.

Shaun Provost - Obstacle Course Racing

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With a solid sports background, Shaun became interested in testing her physical and mental limits through obstacle course racing. Starting with a Spartan Race Hurricane Heat in 2012, she soon became hungry for more. She’s now focused on training and competing with other professional athletes in obstacle course races around the world, ranging from 5k through marathon distance… while still taking time out for flips on the beach!

Nutrition Plan - Multisport - Travis Macy

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As a top ultra endurance athlete, Travis Macy, produces world class results, day in and day out, in adventure races, ultramarathon runs, endurance mountain bike races, and other extreme sports. Most recently, he set records for running 48 miles and gaining 10,000 feet from the west side of Zion National Park to the east side in 7 hours, 27 minutes and for running and biking 282.4 miles and gaining 44,951 feet around Leadville, Colorado in 36 hours, 20 minutes during the Leadman series, which includes the fabled Leadville 100 Mountain Bike Race and, one week later, the Leadville Trail 100 Run. Macy lives with his wife and kids in the mountains of Evergreen, Colorado,

Travis Macy - Multisport

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As a top ultra endurance athlete, Travis Macy produces world class results, day in and day out, in adventure races, ultramarathon runs, endurance mountain bike races, and other extreme sports. Most recently, he set records for running 48 miles and gaining 10,000 feet from the west side of Zion National Park to the east side in 7 hours, 27 minutes and for running and biking 282.4 miles and gaining 44,951 feet around Leadville, Colorado in 36 hours, 20 minutes during the Leadman series, which includes the fabled Leadville 100 Mountain Bike Race and, one week later, the Leadville Trail 100 Run.

Ben Berend - Nordic Combined

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Ben Berend is a Nordic Combined Skier born and raised in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. At the age of seven he was ski jumping and cross country skiing on a daily basis and already had the desire to take the sport as far as he could. Seeing Bill Demong win the Gold Medal in Vancouver for Nordic Combined inspired him to pursue his dream of competing in the Olympics, a dream he works for everyday.


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