In the last four years, Bryan Morseman ran over 34 marathons and won at least 20 of them! He is currently training to achieve the US Olympic Marathon Trials Standard of 2:18, which will be held in Los Angeles in 2016. His best marathon time is 2:19:57, which puts him in the top 20 in the Boston or Chicago Marathon out of 40,000+ people. In September 2014, he won the Adirondack marathon with a record-setting time of 2:26:59 on a very tough, hilly course.
Eighth grader Alexys Matcuk has been competitively swimming since she was four-years-old. She is now a USA Sanctioned swimmer and swims with Arizona Gold, one of the best swim clubs in the country. Alexys swims six days a week for at least two hours per day. She swims all strokes, but her favorite is breaststroke.
Professional surfer Morgan Gore began surfing when she was 10-years-old with her older brother in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Only two years later, she started competing. In 2007, Morgan left the East Coast and moved to California to complete year-round and go to school. In 2009, Morgan won her first National Title. Now, at the age of 25, she lives in San Francisco and enters many surf competitions.
When Ian Moses was a senior in high school, he became hooked on eating NuGo Family Vanilla Yogurt, Chocolate, and Peanut Butter Chocolate because they reminded him of a better alternative to rice crispy treats. Now, as a junior marketing major at St. Johns University in New York, his favorite flavors are NuGO STRONGER Caramel Pretzel and Cookies ‘N Cream.
Three members of the NuGo Koeles bike team, Jeff Curry, Derek Reager, and Dave Jackson, recently biked 335 miles from Pittsburgh to DC, taking many fantastic photos along the way. They began their journey in Pittsburgh along the Great Allegheny Passage and then continued on the C&O Canal Towpath, which connects Cumberland to DC. While the Great Allegheny Passage was built on abandoned rail beds and offers a fairly level, smooth ride on limestone, the C&O Canal Towpath was built for mules and drops 625 feet to sea level.
Olympic Men’s Foil Fencer Race Imboden travels the world as a professional fencer and model. At only 21-years-old, he has already medaled at numerous World Cups individually and as part of the US Team, competing everywhere from Azerbaijan to Tokyo. At the 2012 Olympics in London where the US fencing team placed fourth, Race was the second youngest male on the entire US Olympic team. He is currently ranked number two in the world, and he was part of the first US Men’s Foil Team to be number one in the world.
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