Rachel Langdon is an INFINIT racer entering her first year as a professional cyclist. Originally from across the pond (Stockton, England) Rachel settled in Kentucky and played soccer for the Murray State Racers, and helped guide them to two conference titles. After her Collegiate career came an end she was looking for something to keep her occupied. At first she competed in Triathlons (making it to Ironman 70.3 world championships in 2015) but realized her true passion was on the bike.
The Dirty Dozen is a devoted group of 12 members (10 men and 2 women), all with the singular goal of spreading their passion, racing. Parting with raceco.org in an attempt to get people on the bike, and in the race. They are represented at over 100 races per year, spanning a large swath of races.
Shangrila Rendon is a 36 year old native of Manila, Philippines who started her athletic career at age 24 when a friend invited her to run a 10k. Over the next twelve years Shangrila built up an impressive resume including a Guinness World Record and countless firsts in Ultraman competitions for a Filipino athlete (both male and female).
Shangrila’s greatest athletic challenge is still ahead of her, as she takes on The Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme Solo Competition. The race is entering its third year and thus far has only seen three finishers, all of whom thus far, were men.
Read more about Shangrila and the partnership in the official press release
In her life, Shangrila has conquered things much more trying than the ultra endurance races she competes in. She is a survivor of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse. The severe trauma she withstood early in her life caused her to develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and severe depression, which led her to struggle with alcoholism, all of which she has overcome against the odds. Shangrila now devotes her life to helping women and children around the world and in the Philippines. She competes in support of the Global Outreach and Assistance League (GOAL), an organization that works to address the needs of underrepresented women and children with programs that focus on health, prevention, and education.
INFINIT Nutrition has teamed up with Shangrila, nicknamed “Feisty Fox,” and will be fueling her with her own customized Sports Fuel as she competes in the Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme Solo Competition.
“INFINIT gives me the unique ability to customize my nutrition to keep me energized, hydrated, and focused on performing at my absolute best.”
Shangrila worked with an INFINIT Formulation Specialist to design a mix with the perfect amount of carbohydrates, electrolytes, and protein to go strong all day, for consecutive days. Plus, the customized flavor options allowed her to create a formula that tastes exactly how she wants.
Watch "Feisty Fox" Talk About Prepping for 10 Ironmans in 10 Days
Sixteen years ago, Team INFINIT Athlete, Maddy Frank, was born weighing just 1 pound 13 ounces. From the second she was born Maddy was a fighter. This resiliancy has helped her develop into a fierce competitor on the bike, and has enabled her to crush every obstacle she has met along the way.
Entering its fifth season, First Internet Bank Cycling Team is an elite amateur cycling team based out of Fishers, Indiana. The team focuses on rider development to compete at the highest levels of racing in the nation. INFINIT has teamed up with 1IB to fuel them to the top step of the podium in the Elite Mens Time Trial National Championships this year, and will continue to fuel them through the rest of their successes.
Harvey Lewis has been a runner all his life and ran his first marathon at age 15. At the tender age of 20, Harvey was having to deal with becoming a new parent all while trying to cope with the loss of his mother one year earlier. After 17 years of tireless work, Harvey finally finished with a time that qualified him for the Boston Marathon. 6 years later he found himself as a member of the USA Track and Field Team for international 24-hour competitions. In 2012, he was a member of the USATF team that claimed bronze in 24 Hour competition in Poland and gold the following year in the Netherlands. Harvey also won the 2014 Badwater Ultramarathon, which National Geographic called “the world's toughest race.”
Alycia Hill is the 2016 Duathlon National Championship winner. Alycia is primarily a professional triathlete where she excels in long distance, 70.3 and 140.6, races. In her 8 years of competition, Alycia was named one of 2015’s Adventurers of the Year by The Olympian for her top-five finishes in the National Triathlon Championships and two World Championships.
At the age of 13 most of us are hanging out with our friends, stressed about our complicated middle school lives, and anxious for high school to start in a year. 13 year old Lucy Westlake is not like most of us. At the age of 13 Lucy is attempting to become the youngest girl to summit the highest mountain in each of the 50 U.S. States.
E/evate-KHS Pro Cycling Team is a professional cycling team based out of Southern California. E/evate-KHS is completely focused on winning the USA Cycling Pro Road Tour (PRT), as well as the invitational UCI events they will be competing in.