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Pan-Am Championships Recap

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 8:55:41 AM America/New_York

Cincy CX Recap

Competition for the Pan-Am Champs kicked off early Saturday October 30th at Devou Park just above Covington, Kentucky. The venue features hilly, technical terrain and some of the area’s best views of the Ohio River and Downtown Cincinnati.

Riders from North and South America were represented including local INFINIT Athlete, and last year’s Junior Pan-American Champion Spencer Petrov (Cyclocross Alliance).

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Comments | Posted in Newsletters INFINIT Articles Race Reports By Laura Hering

Vuelta a España

Friday, August 26, 2016 2:44:59 PM America/New_York

Frankie Andreu - Vuelta

We're wrapping up our series with Frankie Andreu, with a final insider view of one of the biggest races in the world - la Vuelta a España. The Vuelta is unlike any other race; for many riders, it's their last shot to prove themselves. Dive inside the peloton with Frankie, and into the mind of the racers who are going hard for the final Grand Tour race of the season.

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INFINIT is Proud to Sponsor KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo Pro Cycling Team

Monday, April 25, 2016 8:57:40 PM America/New_York

Ulises Castillo and the rest of the KHS athletes have had a break out season thus far. Thanks in part to the simplicity of INFINIT, they have been able to take their training and racing to the next level. “It is very nice to not have to worry about bars on my long training rides, because all the calories I need are in my bottles,” commented Castillo...

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Comments | Posted in Athlete Spotlight Race Reports By Laura Hering

Frankie's Formulas: Paris-Roubaix

Tuesday, April 5, 2016 4:10:00 PM America/New_York

Cycling icon Frankie Andreu breaks down Paris-Roubaix and his nutritional strategy for the unique set of challenges that this race brings.

"I knew I had the fitness and I just needed to focus on staying fueled and hydrated to stay at a top level during the race. Roubaix beats your body down. The formula that I created has higher calories and some protein to help protect my muscles for brutal conditions. Of all the formulas that I have created with INFINIT, this one is the heavy duty, go-all-day mix..."  

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Frankie's Formulas: Gent–Wevelgem

Sunday, March 20, 2016 4:10:00 PM America/New_York

rankie's Formulas: Gent-Wevelgem

Cycling icon Frankie Andreu breaks down Milan-San Remo and his nutritional strategy for the unique set of challenges that this race brings.

"Imagine the fighting for position and the speed of the peloton entering the Kemmelberg for the second time. This course is very demanding because there is virtually no down time. There is no time to chew any solid food because you’re using your mouth to try to consume as much oxygen as possible. The calories have to come from the bottle and with a race distance of 242 km you need a lot of calories!.."

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Frankie's Formulas: Milan-San Remo

Monday, March 14, 2016 4:10:49 PM America/New_York

Frankie's Formulas: Milan-Sanremo

Cycling icon Frankie Andreu breaks down Milan-San Remo and his nutritional strategy for the unique set of challenges that this race brings.

“Mental focus, clarity, and concentration are key after racing 280km and if you’re low on energy mistakes will happen. It’s not only about having the right fuel but in a seven hour race hydration plays just as an important role. It’s also important to consume something you trust and know and not rely on hotel eggs.”

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Frankie's Formulas: Paris-Nice

Monday, March 7, 2016 1:37:53 PM America/New_York

Frankie Andreu's Formula for Paris-Nice

 

Cycling icon Frankie Andreu breaks down the Paris-Nice stage race and his nutritional strategy for the unique set of challenges that this race brings.

“Paris-Nice is a test of endurance, stamina, and enduring what is thrown at you. The cold eats through calories and because it’s the early season the body is not as efficient compared to during the middle of the season. The increase in race intensity and the increase in the number of race days make it critical to stay ahead of the nutrition curve to stay at a high level...”

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Guess Who Just Made History...

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 9:57:03 AM America/New_York

Caitlin Gregg Wins 2016 Birkebeiner

 

Team INFINIT Athlete, Caitlin Gregg, made history last week as the only skier in history to ever win four American Birkebeiners.

She adds this to her impressive resume including her bronze at the 2015 World Championships (10km freestyle), 5 US Senior National Championship wins, being named US Super Tour Overall Champion 3 times, and competing in the 2010 Vancouver Games.

Caitlin talks about the race and how she managed to rewrite history...

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Comments | Posted in Newsletters Athlete Spotlight Race Reports By Laura Hering

Keeping Race Day Simple with Infinit Nutrition

Thursday, January 28, 2016 12:59:41 PM America/New_York

#MyMIX Christine McKnight

Age group triathlete, Christine McKnight, has been using Infinit Nutrition since 2013, when she completed the Ironman World Championships in Kona in the 65-69 AG. Read why Christine uses INFINIT Nutrition to keep her going, and learn more about her strategy for fueling for success!

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Comments | Posted in Newsletters Athlete Spotlight Race Reports By Laura Hering

Leadville 100: An Epic Experience Race Report by John Hollansworth Jr.

Monday, November 2, 2015 2:42:44 PM America/New_York

LT 100


Former Indy Car Driver, John Hollansworth Jr.​, shares his "Epic Experience" racing in this year's Leadville 100.

Fueled by INFINIT, John details his entire race day from pre-race prep to the adversities that he had to overcome to reach the finish line sub-12 hours. Reflecting on Mike Tyson's famous quote, "Everybody has a plan when they get into the ring... until they get hit in the mouth!" John explains the hard-learned lesson that adversity will come, but 'how one reacts to that adversity defines a person, not the adversity itself.'

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Comments | Posted in Newsletters Race Reports By Laura Hering
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