Josh Tostado is a one-of-a-kind athlete when it comes to endurance sports. His first competition, Montezuma's Revenge, was a 24-hour bike marathon that Josh entered just to see if he could even compete. He would go on to take 4th place in a race generally reserved for only the most experienced riders. Josh then won this same event the following two years and set records in 2007 for both distance and altitude, as he climbed riding 156 miles and going through 32,350 feet of altitude change in 24 hours.
Nicholas Chase is trucking through his 4th year competing among the professional ranks in triathlon. The journey seemed to have evolved quickly but has completely taken over his life. Now Nick co-owns a coaching company where he and 3 other coaches lead over 100 athletes world-wide.
In the sport of Triathlon, AJ Baucco is known for his personality and his style just as much as his race results. As a former punk rock drummer, AJ is very unique in the sport of triathlon. He spent much of his teenage years touring the US with his band, while living out of a van. When he was in his early 20s, a friend introduced him to the sport of triathlon. Triathlon gave AJ direction in his hectic life and it soon began to consume his life all together.
Maverick Multisport started in 2012 with 3 pros and 2 age group athletes. Maverick Multisport was created by Team Director Chris Hutchens as way for those 5 USA based athletes at the time to operate under the same banner and leverage the power of numbers in a team setting to help secure sponsorships with companies like INFINIT Nutrition. Maverick has been working with INFINIT since the team’s creation to create biking and running custom nutrition blends for all of their athletes.
April is National Donate Life Month, and no other organization champions this important and selfless cause more than the Chris Klug Foundation. We here at INFINIT are truly honored and privileged to continue our partnership with the Chris Klug Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting lifesaving organ and tissue donation and improving the quality of life for those touched by donation. 2017 marks the 4th consecutive year that we’ve teamed up to support CKF and the awesome work they do, both on and off the bike.
It’s winter time and I’m telling you to get off your butt. I’m not calling you lazy or to tell you to stop sitting on the couch. In fact, it’s important to take some time off and rest the body. A rest period will allow the body to reset both mentally and physically. This doesn’t mean you have to stop exercising but by giving a pause to your usual sport you can make yourself better at your specific sport.
Spencer Petrov is quickly becoming one of America's biggest names of up-and-coming CX racers in the world. With huge success both internationally and domestically, Spencer could be America's best chance at winning a CX World Championship in the near future.
It's hard for me to believe that in just two days I leave for Hawaii to compete in my 2nd Ironman World Championships. For those of you who do not know me, I have been competing as a pro since 2008. I raced primarily Olympic and Sprint triathlons until doing my first Iron distance race, Challenge Atlantic City in 2014. I ran a 3:08 marathon and won! Since, then I have recorded 5 top-10 Ironman finishes.
I climbed Colorado’s 100 highest mountains without using a car. While most people who climb in Colorado wake up at about 5,000’ and drive a motor vehicle hundreds of miles to a trailhead at 9,000’ to 11,000’, I did not. On July 1, 2016, I started at the Four-Way trailhead outside of San Luis, Colorado, a full twelve miles north of the New Mexico border. On September 9, 2016, after climbing 104 peaks and biking peak to peak, I summited Longs Peak and finished my journey at the Longs Peak ranger station in Northeast Colorado.