2022 Team INFINIT Athletes
Meet the athletes that make up the 2022 Team INFINIT Elite roster — We’re proud to fuel these incredible athletes as they chase their dreams and embody the #IamINFINIT spirit.
30x 70.3 Distance Champion
60x 1st Place Finisher
8x Ironman Champion
4x USAT Triathlete of the Year
2022 Equador 70.3 - 1st Overall
2022 Eagleman 70.3 - 3rd Overall
2019 Ironman Brazil - 1st Overall
2019 Challenge Cancun - 1st Overall
2007 Ironman 70.3 World Champion
2004 US Olympic Team
For nearly 20 years, Andy Potts has been a constant presence on the triathlon scene. Known as the “Good Guy of Triathlon,” Andy’s career started at the University of Michigan where he was a 6-time All-American in swimming and competed on the track team his senior year. This duel-disciplined college career was Andy’s springboard into the world of Triathlon.
Andy was USA Triathlon’s 2003 Rookie of the year and after only 22 months of competing in the sport, represented the United States in the 2004 Olympics. In 2007, Andy won gold at the Pan-American games in triathlon, won Ironman 70.3 World Championship, and was USAT’s triathlete of the year. Andy would go on to be USAT’s triathlete of the year again in 2008.
"Where has this been all my life? I wish I had found Infinit earlier on in my career"
As his career evolved, Andy has begun coaching and helping shape the next generation of triathlete. Andy is a dedicated father, coach, and athlete, who has gained a sizable following over the course of his storied career; to learn more about Andy, his career, and his coaching, check out his website.
With his own custom blends, Andy’s nutrition is dialed-in perfectly as he adds to his impressive record of 28 Ironman 70.3 victories and over 50 first-place finishes.
2022 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships - 3rd (3K individual pursuit WC3, omnium, scratch)
2022 Para-cycling Road World Championships - 1st (time trial), 2nd (road race)
2020 Tokyo Paralympics - 4th (individual pursuit); 5th (time trial); 6th (road race)
2020 World Championships - 1st (time trial, omnium), 2nd (scratch, individual pursuit)
2019 World Championships - 3rd (road race, time trial)
2019 Parapan American Games - 1st (Road Time Trial, Road Race, Individual Pursuit), 3rd (Time attack)
Clara Brown is a para cyclist and Olympian. Growing up in Falmouth, Maine, Clara was an avid athlete enjoying everything from gymnastics to running and skiing, until a gymnastics accident when she was 12 damaged her spinal cord. After years of guelling rehab, Clara got back into sports as a coxswain on her high school crew team. This reexposure to competition drove her to restart her athletic career.
"I’ve sworn by INFINIT’s products since discovering them a few years ago, and can’t believe I’m part of the team now!"
In college, Clara got a road bike and began racing. By age 26, she was already a world champion and olympian. Clara continues to push herself to higher levels and show us all what it means to be a champion.
Clara uses SPEED high-intensity fuel for all her training and racing. INFINIT Nutrition is excited to fuel Clara as she continues to dominate the cycling world and shatter expectations as a member of Team INFINIT.
2022 Ironman Arizona - 3rd
2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championships - 2nd (1st American)
4x consecutive Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon Champion (2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)
2021 Ironman 70.3 Oceanside - 1st
2021 New York City Triathlon - 2nd
2021 Ironman 70.3 Texas - 2nd
2021 Herbalife24 Triathlon LA - 2nd
2021 Challenge Miami - 3rd
2017 70.3 World Championships - 2nd
2017 Island House Triathlon Champion
2016 US Mixed Team Relay World Champion Team Member
2016 Olympian (Triathlon)
2012 Collegiate National Champion
Ben Kanute is a professional triathlete and member of the PTO, as well as a dedicated husband and father.
He was first introduced to triathlon by his father at age 7 and has since gone on to be a collegiate champion, compete in the Olympics, and win multiple races spanning everything from sprint to long course triathlon.
“I love that I can adjust the taste. I have tried so many sports drinks over the years that make me feel even more thirsty because of how thick tasting and sugary they can be.”
In only his second season with INFINIT, Ben qualified for his 5th consecutive Ironman 70.3 World Championship where he finished 2nd fueled by his Custom endurance and speed blends. He's also planning on making his full distance Ironman debut at his hometown race, Ironman Arizona in November 2022.
2021 USA CRITS Salt Lake Criterium - 3rd
2020 Tour of Murrietta - 2nd Overall
2019 Reading Radsport Festival CRIT - 2nd Hill Climb
2019 Redlands Bicycle Classic Stage 4 - 1st
2019 Commerce Criterium - 3rd
2019 Colorado Classic - “Most Badass” jersey winner
2019 Tour of American Dairylands - Stage Winner
2019 Tour of the Southern Highlands GC - 1st Overall & 2 Stage Wins
2018 Colorado Classic - 5th Overall
2018 Tour of Grandview - 1st Overall
2018 Barry Roubaix 62 Mile Open - 1st Overall Female
2017 Sugar Branch GP of Cyclocross - 1st Overall
Rachel Langdon came to the United States from England to play soccer at Murray State University. After helping guide her team to two conference titles, Rachel tried her hand at triathlon. After making it to the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in 2015, Rachel realized her real passion was solely on the bike.
“INFINIT works for whatever you need it for. I have done triathlons, Ironmans, Endurance Bike races, Criteriums and Cyclocross. No matter the distance, the weather, INFINIT is the only nutrition that is easy to use, doesn’t give me GI distress and WORKS!”
Rachel quickly began moving up the ranks in both cyclocross and road racing, progressing from Cat 4 to Cat 2 in her first year. Racing for InstaFund Racing in 2021, Rachel was a frequent face on the podium of the Women’s Pro category, competing mostly in Criterium races.
4x 24 Hour National Championship winner
4x 24 hours of Moab Champion
2x Montezuma's Revenge 24-hour solo Race Champion
2020 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo Solo Champion
2019 Butte 100 - 1st
2019 Royal Gorge 12 Hour - 1st
2019 Buena Vista 720 - 1st
2019 Sedona Big Friggin Loop - 1st
2018-2019 Tommy Knocker 10 Hour - 1st
2018-2019 Salida 720 - 1st
2018 12 Hour in the Wild West - 1st
Josh Tostado is a different kind of athlete. His first ever race was Montezuma's Revenge, a 24-hour bike marathon that is generally reserved for only the most experienced riders. Josh entered solely for the challenge of completing the race… He ended up finishing 4th. Josh came back just two years later and not only won the race but also set records for both distance and altitude, as he rode 156 miles with 32,350 feet of altitude change over 24 hours. Since then, Josh has been tearing up the endurance mountain biking scene.
Josh is one of the longest-standing members of Team INFINIT. He appreciates the opportunity to fine-tune his mix to fit his specific needs
"I like to be able to make a mix how I want it, and because it works. I feel like I can perform up to my potential when I use INFINIT."
Throughout his career, Josh has won the Breckenridge 100 seven times, making him the most decorated athlete in the history of the event. Josh also is a 4-time 24-Hour Solo National Champion, placing second in 24-hour solo worlds in 2015, and third in 2017.
2021 Unbound XL Champion
2020 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo - 2nd Solo Male
2019 NUE True Grit Epic - 1st Overall
2019 Prickly Pedal - 2nd Pro Male
2019 Papago 6 Hour - 1st (New Solo Male Course Record)
2018 True Grit Epic NUE - 1st
2018 24 Hours in Old Pueblo Solo - 1st Overall
2018 24 Hour World Championships - 2nd Overall
2017 True Grit Epic NUE - 1st
Taylor Lideen grew up racing motocross, but decided to give the whole "pedal bike thing" a try based on his dad's recommendations. After his very first ride on a neighbor’s old, beaten up trail bike, he was hooked. In his early career, Taylor competed in downhill and gravity events.
It didn't take long to realize that with his body type and stamina, his true talent was in riding both UP and DOWN the hill. The 2014-2015 season introduced Taylor to enduro racing where he dominated the amature field, taking first overall in the Big Mountain Enduro Series.
In 2016, Taylor decided to return to his roots of endurance racing and jumped headfirst back in to the game. In his rookie year as a pro MTB racer, he took 3rd overall in the National Ultra Endurance Series. As it turned out, this style of racing was where his heart lie.
In 2017, Taylor was introduced to INFINIT Nutrition. He was desperate for relief from long standing GI issues, and after working closely with the naturopathic doctor who referred him, Taylor created his own INFINIT custom formula. After his stomach issues were taken care of, and nutrition was dialed in, he was able to put more energy and focus on his riding.
2022 Toyota USA Paratriathlon National Championships - 1st (PTVI)
2022 World Triathlon Para Series Montreal - 1st (PTVI)
2021 World Triathlon Para Championships Abu Dhabi - 3rd (PTVI)
2021 Sarasota Paratriathlon Invitational - 1st (PTVI)
2021 World Triathlon Para Series Yokohama - 1st (PTVI)
2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games - 5th (PTVI)
After losing his vision resulting from a battle with retinoblastoma (rare cancer of the eye) at the age of 6, Kyle Coon never once let his hardship prevent him from pursuing his goals and has gone on to become a competitive rock climber, downhill skier, runner and triathlete.
He began pursuing a life of adventure in his teenage years — Hiking to Machu Picchu in 2006, and successfully summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro the following year at the age of 15. In 2018 after graduating from the University of Central Florida, he became the first completely blind individual to complete an IRONMAN triathlon in under 11 hours. Three years later, he was selected to represent Team USA at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics and is training to make the team again in 2024.
“INFINIT has powered me for all of my races and training since the beginning of 2021. It tastes awesome, and I love that I can customize everything about it!"
Kyle constantly pursues an “Eyeronvision,” embracing adversity and epitomizing commitment, determination, and vision toward achieving his goals. Turning his vision loss into a pillar of inspiration for others, Kyle exemplifies what it means to triumph over adversity.
A top notch competitor, Kyle has improved drastically over the past few years. His training has been dialed in and he continues to raise the bar against his competitors in the blind/visually impaired category.
2021 Ironman Couer d’Alene - 5th Overall
2019 Ironman Lake Placid - 1st Overall
2019 Ironman 70.3 Texas - 3rd Overall
2018 Ironman World Championships - 6th Overall
2018 Ironman Chattanooga - 2nd Overall
2018 Ironman Mont Tremblant - 3rd Overall
2018 Ironman Canada - 3rd Overall
Matt Russell grew up on a small farm in Lisbon, NY, and played soccer, basketball and baseball as a child. He started his endurance training in high school, where he ran cross country and track. After High School, Matt attended the University of New Hampshire and started competing on the cycling and track & field teams.
During college, Matt was named the Division 1 New England Champion in the 3000 steeplechase, and also trained and raced in two marathons within 20 days of each other, the challenge of which ignited the passion to challenge his endurance. He graduated in 2007 with a Master's degree in Occupational Therapy.
In 2010, Russell learned how to swim and immediately started making his mark in the triathlon world, earning his pro card in just his second triathlon. Since then Russell has raced in over 45 full Ironmans and is now one of the top American athletes at the Ironman distance.
"INFINIT has been a huge advantage in my training and racing. Their recovery formulas helped me train hard day after day, and my custom hydration blends are dialed in perfectly."
Despite his early success, Matt suffered a major setback in 2017. 75 miles into the bike portion of the race, while on pace for a top-10 finish in the 2017 IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, Matt was struck by a van. Matt suffered life-threatening injuries to his face and neck but was determined to return to triathlon.
Matt went on to have an unbelievable comeback season in 2018. Accepting a wild card spot, Matt returned to Kona to race the 2018 IRONMAN World Championship where he finished 6th overall on the same course where his traumatic accident had occurred just one year before. Matt went on to win IRONMAN Lake Placid in 2019 and took 5th in IRONMAN Coeur d’Alene in 2021.
2x IM World Championship Finisher
2022 Ironman 70.3 Galveston - 1st Overall
2022 Ironman Texas - 1st AG
2021 Ironman 70.3 Arizona - 2nd Overall, 1st AG
2020 Ironman 70.3 Arizona - 2nd Overall, 1st AG
2019 Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga - 1st AG
2018 Ironman Texas - 2nd AG
2018 Ironman 70.3 Couer d’Alene - 1st AG
2016 Ironman Arizona - 1st AG
Born and raised in Hood River, Oregon, Kayla Bowker is a small-town girl with a desire for adventure. Kayla attended Gonzaga University where she earned a biology degree. Kayla’s permanent residence is now Spokane, WA where she lives, works, and trains.
Kayla got into triathlon as a way to find herself during a rough patch in her life, “I remember riding my mom's old touring bike (with crotch rocket gears and a rack for backpacks on the back of it) in the middle of an Olympic distance race thinking, ‘this is the best thing ever.’ It allowed me to find passion, faith, and strength in myself again.” Since then, she has made it her mission to help others find that very same thing, recently through the development of her coaching business, and through the documentation of her journey on her popular blog and Instagram Where Your Feet Take You.
"I started using INFINIT years ago and since then I have come to love everything about it. It was the only product that really allowed me to chase my dreams without having to chase a porta potty."
INFINIT has not only played a huge factor in her success as an athlete but as a coach as well because it provides an easy way for Kayla to help others nail their race day nutrition as they journey to their own finish line.
Kayla has won her age group in a 70.3 race every year for the last 6 years, even through two pregnancies. Kayla will be trying to keep this streak going into 2022.
2021 Ironman 70.3 Ecuador - 2nd Overall
2021 Ironman 70.3 Cozumel - 5th Overall
2021 Challenge Miami - 16th Overall Pro
2019 St. Anthony's - 5th Overall
2019 Ironman 70.3 Victoria - 10th Overall
2019 Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga - 12th Overall
2019 North American Championships (St. George) - 18th Overall
2019 Westman Islands Half Marathon - 1st Overall
2018 Super Seal Olympic Triathlon - 1st Overall
2012 and 2013 U.S. Air Force Triathlon Team
Nicholas Chase is a ten-year veteran of the United States Air Force and a life-long athlete. During his time in the military, Nick competed in a variety of sports from soccer, to powerlifting, and even kiteboarding. After hitting his stride in triathlon, Nick traded in his kiteboard for a new Cannondale bike and decided to dedicate the majority of his time to training and competing.
He went on to compete for the highly selective Air Force triathlon team where he was able to push himself against some of the best athletes in the US armed forces. Since he departed from the Air Force, Nick has been a longtime member of Team INFINIT.
Nick continues to compete in triathlon, has started coaching with Braveheart Racing, and is on the Pewag professional racing team. Chase has dedicated his life to triathlon and trains with his wife, and fellow Ironman triathlete, Karen. He also is a co-host of The Real Triathlon Podcast. Nick is looking to follow up his strong 2021, where he finished second in IRONMAN 70.3 Ecuador and fifth at IRONMAN 70.3 Cozumel, with an even better 2022.
2021 Snowshoe Nationals - 5th
2019 Half Marathon National Snowshoe Champion
2019 Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant - 7th Pro Female (70.3 World Championship Qualification)
2019 Ironman 70.3 Austria - 8th Pro Female
2019 Ironman 70.3 Switzerland - 7th Pro
2018 70.3 Dun Luoghaire - 3rd Pro
2015 Iceland Ultramarathon Champion
3x National Snowshoe Champion
2014 Ironman Lake Placid Champion
Amber Ferreira is far more than a professional triathlete; She is an all-around endurance machine. Amber is a long-time member of Team INFINIT, a dedicated mom, coach, and physical therapist.
After a running career at Northeastern University, Amber broadened her horizons and began competing in Triathlon and endurance running.
"My belief as a coach and professional athlete is that if you are a woman and want to race, maintain muscle and be more durable, protein is a must!"
Amber has been using INFINIT products in every endurance event that she has entered and has continued to find success at the highest level. “Setting up my INFINIT mixes was super easy and actually fun. It took only about 15 minutes and they were great. During the call the Dietitian taught me everything I needed to know about my blends, I didn’t need any expertise, I just answered their questions and they did all the work for me. I was able to tweak my custom INFINIT formula for long course and short course racing to maximize my potential and abolish any GI issues.”
2021 Tour of St. Louis Criterium CAT 1/2/Open - 3rd Overall
2019 Wisconsin Off Road Series - Elite Cat 1 XC Midwest Regional Champion
2019 STXC - Elite Cat 1 XC Midwest Regional Champion
2019 Tour of Dairyland - 4th Cat 3/4/5
2019 Hanson Hills XC - 1st Overall Female
2019 Yankee Springs TT - 3rd Overall Female
2019 Sea Otter Classic - 6th Cat 1, 19-29 AG
2019 Cherry-Roubaix - Cat 4 State Champion & 2nd Overall Female
2017 USAC XC Elite State Champion
2016 CAT 1 Michigan State Champion
2016 Iceman Cometh Challenge - 2nd place Female
Maddy Frank is one of Team INFINIT’s youngest members. Fiercely competitive, Maddy started cycling at just 6 years old, when she started riding BMX with her dad and his friends, she was immediately hooked. At 10, she started racing cyclocross and fell in love with the electric atmosphere of racing.
"I take my nutrition seriously and finding a protein mix that was full of natural ingredients and ‘stomach approved’ for me was very easy with Infinit… I always feel so much better after all my long rides, intervals, long and short races, and gym workouts."
Maddy has been on Team INFINIT for over half a decade and has raced triathlons, criteriums, fat bike, and duathlons. Through these experiences, and with the support of her family, Maddy discovered her true passion was mountain biking. Maddy also prefers INFINIT’s recovery products, especially repair.
She started her collegiate career riding for the Lindenwood University D1 Varsity Cycling team last fall and is working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences with a Pre Med focus. In 2021, Lindenwood’s cycling team finished in the top-10 at USA USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships.
2020 USA Elite Trail Marathon Nationals - 8th Overall
2019 Ironman 70.3 Indian Wells - 6th Female Elite
2019 Big Savage Challenge - 1st Female Elite
2019 Tacoma Half Marathon - 1st Female Overall
2018 Ironman 70.3 Santa Rosa - 5th Female Elite
2018 Ironman 70.3 Victoria - 6th Female Elite
2015 Ironman 70.3 World Championships - 5th
Alycia Hill is a professional triathlete based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Alycia was introduced to triathlon by her father and has loved the sport since. Alycia feels fortunate that she can share this sport with her father, and feels a deep kinship within the triathlon community, “I enjoy competing in triathlon because of the welcoming endurance community, and because every time I toe the line to race it is a chance to push myself beyond limits that I ever thought possible."
Alycia has shown incredible consistency throughout her triathlon career, finishing near the front of every race since 2016. She has been using INFINIT for 7 years loves being able to customize her formula, and knowing that there will be no added colors or chemicals. She’s currently working at the University of Utah in Orthopedics & Sports Medicine as a Nurse Practitioner, all while maintaining a heavy racing schedule.
2022 The Specialized Cactus Cup - 7th Overall
2021 Texas State Road Race Championship - the Fort Hood Challenge (Cat 3) - 1st
2021 Big Sugar Gravel - 4th
2021 Shred de Roots - 1st
2020 Bent Wheel Bash - 1st
Bradyn Lange was born on 2 wheels. Coming from a family of motocross racers, Bradyn first rode a bike at age 3. After growing up traveling the motocross scene with his family, the family traded in their engines for pedals when Brady was 10.
While still quite young, Bradyn’s early career was stymied by an injury in 2019. After a tumultuous year for everyone in 2020, 2021 represents the best year of Bradyn’s career thus far, winning the Texas State Road Race Championship.
While it is his first year on Team INFINIT, Bradyn’s potential is through the roof, as he pushes to become a major player in the cycling world. In 2022 Bradyn will be competing in the Lifetime Grand Prix series with Pinarello’s Scuderia Gravel racing team.
4 x Ironman 70.3 World Championship Qualifier
2 x USAT All American
Ironman Gold All World Athlete
2021 6th AG Ironman Arizona
2021 1st AG Waco 70.3
2021 Oro Valley Tri Winner
2021 DAR Tri Winner
2020 Ironman 70.3 Arizona - 6th Overall
2019 Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga - 6th AG
2019 Ironman 70.3 Santa Rosa - 6th AG
2019 Indian Wells 70.3 - 6th AG
2019 Santa Barbara Sprint Triathlon - Winner
In 2016 Christine Warren broke both of her ankles within 10 months of each other. While recovering from her injuries, Christine committed to getting fit and healthy. After initially starting her fitness journey in group classes, Christine transitioned her focus into competing.
After competing in various races in different disciplines, Christine fell in love with the sport of triathlon. Soon after, at the Long Beach Spring Triathlon, Christine won her age group and was the 5th overall female, which qualified her for USAT Age Group Nationals.
"The ability to completely customize my blends has allowed me to fuel all my different workouts so that I can perform my best and also utilize my recovery."
Christine has been an INFINIT Athlete for several years and likes to target her blends to her specific training regimen. Christine feels triathlon has profoundly changed her life, providing confidence, pride, and a sense of balance. She enjoys the challenge of training every day and loves the amazing community in the sport.
At the end of 2020, she left her lifelong music career to pursue her passion for triathlon full time, making the transition to triathlon and endurance sport nutrition coaching. After her 2020 season was interrupted by event cancellations, Christine suffered another difficult season in 2021, after she caught COVID-19 in January, and suffered a broken left acromion, a torn shoulder labrum, a broken rib, and a small pneumothorax from a bike crash in May. Christine is looking to bounce back in 2022.
100 km Road Record: 100 km in 02:58:19.06 = 33.65 kph
200 km Road Record: 200 km in 07:37:40.59 = 26.22 kph
300 km Road Record: 300 km in 11:12:02.00 = 26.78 kph
500 km Road Record: 500 km in 23:06:57.53 = 21.63 kph
100 mile Road Record: 100 miles in 05:42:44.84 = 17.51 mph
200 mile Road Record: 200 miles in 12:06:35.69 = 16.52 mph
300 mile Road Record: 300 miles in 21:04:06.82 = 14.24 mph
6 hour Road Record: 106.29 miles in 6 hours = 17.72 mph (171.06 Km = 28.51 kph)
12 hour Road Record: 199.29 Miles in 12 hours = 16.61 mph (320.73 Km = 26.73 kph)
24 hour Road Record: 322.91 miles in 24 hours = 13.45 mph (519.67 Km = 21.65 kph)
2022 6 Hour Virtual World Time Trial Champion
2021 & 2020 24 Hour Virtual World Time Trial Champion (Recumbent Trike)
2021 LoToJa Finisher (1st ever recumbent trike finisher)
Caleb is an U.S. Army veteran and a graduate of United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA). After serving his country for nearly a decade, he was injured in the line of duty, an injury that has permanently affected his mobility.
Caleb’s goal was to compete in the Olympics through the Army’s World Class Athlete program, but his injury sidelined those dreams. Given his new reality, Caleb turned to pursuing a new dream of competing in the Paralympics with hopes to inspire other disabled veterans to cope with their circumstances.
In 2021 Caleb became the first recumbent trike athlete ever to finish LoToJa, and he's got his sights set on accomplishing this feat for the Race Across the West in 2022.
2019 Molokai 2 Oahu World Champs - 3rd Overall Female & 13th Overall SUP
Jenn Lee Professional Paddle Boarder2018 Molokai 2 Oahu World Championships SUP Solo - 32 Mile Kaiwi Channel - 4th
2018 Maui 2 Molokai Elite Solo SUP - 27 Mile Pailolo Channel - 3rd
2018 Kanaka Ikaika Race Points Series - 1st SUP Women
2018 Kanaka Ikaika Waterman Series (SUP, Surfski, OC1, Prone) - 2nd Women
Living on the sunny island of Oahu, Jenn Lee picked up Stand Up Paddleboard to commute to work. Just a couple of months after picking up the hobby, Jenn entered the Battle of the Paddle in Hawaii and finished second in her age group. After this result, Jenn dove deep into the world of paddling by paddling in the rain 40 miles from Catalina Island to Dana Point.
Two days after completing this challenge, Jenn was part of a 2-women relay team, winning the division in the competition. Since then, Jenn has competed as an elite level female pro SUP Race athlete and is 1 of only 3 women in the world to have completed Molokai 2 Oahu Solo SUP 5 years in a row.
In 2018 Jenn dug deeper into the world of paddle sports by competing in surfski and outrigger canoe. Jenn was the first woman to compete in all four events offered at a Paddle League Racing event, all while maintaining a full elite level SUP and age group level outrigger canoe schedule.
Outside of training and racing, Jenn manages Hook-Up-Surfing which is a surfing and SUP school on Oahu in Hawaii. Jenn is an avid surfer, SUP surfer, surf, and SUP coach as well as a USAT Level 2E triathlon coach.
Paratriathlon (Visually Impaired) World Ranking - 12th
2022 Sarasota-Bradenton Triathlon - 2nd
2021 World Triathlon Para Championships Abu Dhabi - 5th
2019 USA Paratriathlon National Championships - 3rd
At just age 10, Owen Cravens was already a triathlete when he was diagnosed with Stargardt disease, a genetic eye disorder that causes progressive vision loss. Owen didn’t let his loss of vision keep him from pursuing his athletic goals.
In 2019 Owen finished third at the US Paratriathlon National Championship for the visually impaired. In 2021 Owen finished 5th in the World Triathlon Para Championship for the Visually impaired in Abu Dhabi. His guide, Colin Riley, is an INFINIT Formulation Specialist.
Owen is New to team INFINIT, and we are excited to fuel Owen as he pursues his dream of qualifying for the 2024 Paralympics in triathlon. Owen recently decided that just one sport wasn’t enough and also started competing in Para Nordic Skiing events.
2021 Ironman 70.3 Augusta - 5th AG
2019 Ironman 70.3 Ohio - 1st AG (5th Overall Female)
2018 Ironman Maryland - 1st Overall AG (2nd Overall Female)
2018 Ironman Lake Placid 70.3 - 1st Overall AG (3rd Overall Female)
2018 Ironman Santa Rosa 70.3 - 1st Overall AG
2018 Ironman Eagleman 70.3 - 1st Overall AG
2x Ironman World Championship Finisher
Ginny has been racing in triathlon for the past 10 years. She fell in love with this sport during her first race and has remained driven ever since. A two-time Kona finisher, on her second trip to big island she finished in the top 10. That same year she went on to podium at 70.3 Worlds in Chattanooga.
"INFINIT takes the guesswork out of nutrition needs and gives me THE ultimate plan."
She has faced adversity several times. Whether it was from a torn plantar fascia, stress fracture in her foot, torn hip labrum, or a stress fracture in her hip, she keeps coming back. Last year she fought her way back from a broken ankle and surgery. Leaving her with a metal plate and screws, and a ton of rehab.
This year Ginny has registered for another 140.6 (after retiring from the distance in 2017) and has several 70.3 races on her schedule. She is looking forward to seeing what she can do.
2021 USATF 1/2 Marathon Trail Masters National Champion 40-44
2021 UWSP Indoor Collegiate Meet Mile - 4th Place (5:03)
2021 Ripon College Indoor Mile - 6th (5:01)
2021 10 Hours of 9 Mile MTB - Solo Champion
2021 WausaUultra Backyard Ultra - 9th (100k 15 hours)
2021 Milwaukee Area Fall Frenzy 8 hour Adventure Race Champions (Premier Division)
Masters All-American in the 3K
USATF State and Midwest Masters champion in 3k, 1500, and 800
2018 Red Bull 400 Copper Peak - 13th
Justin Lund is a former high school distance runner turned mountain biker, turned obstacle course racer, and decorated road and trail runner. Justin, an experienced endurance cyclist, realized his endurance background combined with his love of strength and weight training allowed him to thrive in OCR even though injuries brought him back to into road and trails again both on feet and on the bike.
It was just a practical decision, after his first cross country race, Justin was hooked to endurance. He loved how every discipline was substantially different and came with it’s own race-specific challenges like when he competed in the Red Bull 400, a 400 meter race up a ski slope consisting of athletes from across the world, and finished 13th.
While favoring track and field, Justin also competes at elite levels in other disciplines, including trail running and ultra endurance mountain biking in events over 10 hours including a trek on Zwift conquering the Everesting challenge accumulating over 29,000 feet of elevation gain in a single ride on a singlespeed.
2019 Nagajung Peak 17,060’ (5,200m), Himalayas, Nepal
2019 Island Peak 20,305’ (6,189m), Himalayas, Nepal
2018 Pisco Peak 18,871’ (5,752m), Cordillera Blanca, Peru
2018 Chopicalqui 20,846’ (6,354m), Cordillera Blanca, Peru
2017 Pico Orizaba 18,491’ (5,636m), Mexico
2016 Mt. Rainier 14,411’ (4,392 m), Emmons route, USA
2015 Mount Baker 10,781’ (3,286m), USA
2015 Mt. Rainier 14,411’ (4,392 m), Kautz Glacier route, USA
2014 FINA Open Water World Championship - 21st overall (1st American in AG)
2013 USMS Open Water 2.3 mile - 1st place (age group)
Elizabeth Barbosa can’t be defined by one sport, she is an all-around athlete with major achievements in swimming, Olympic lifting, and alpine climbing. Liz joined US Masters Swimming and started competing in open water events. She soon qualified for Masters World Championships where she was the highest finishing American.
After achieving this success in swimming, Liz decided to pivot into alpine climbing. In 2014, she climbed the most difficult route up Mount Rainier. This experience started Liz’s love affair with mountain climbing, and she has gone on t climb some of the most iconic peaks in the Himalayas, Mexico, and the Andes.
"Every time I take my custom blend I feel like an overachiever, I can go effortless for hours, it's like a superpower drink that is actually good for your body!"
In January of 2020, Liz attempted to climb the highest mountain in North or South America, Aconcagua. While climbing, Liz suffered from Pulmonary and Cerebral Edema, leading to an abandonment of that attempt.
This setback didn’t overwhelm Liz, she’s grown from it and learned that climbing is about overcoming yourself, it’s about transforming long, exhausting hours in the mountains into strength, and about taking in failures, and pushing yourself to be even more fit, driven, and resilient for the next adventure, which includes competing in trail and ultrarunning, as well as olympic weightlifting events.
Sea Otter Classic Pro Men's XCO - 13th
Englewood Open XCO - 22nd UCI Elite field
Big Sugar Gravel Race - 22nd
Victor Cashes is a 21 year old cross-country mountain bike national racer from Oklahoma City.
"INFINIT makes my life so much easier"
After tearing up the mountain bike scene in Oklahoma during his U23 career Victor won the Turkey MTB Festival in 2021 and placed 22nd at the Big Sugar Gravel Race. In 2022 Victor will be competing in the USA Cycling National Championships in Winter Park, CO, and will return to the Big Sugar Gravel Race.
This is Victor’s first season with Team INFINIT Elite, and INFINIT is excited to support Victor in his goal of making the 2028 U.S. Olympic team.