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JAMES STANGLE COMES BACK FROM INJURY TO BECOME CAPTAIN OF MIT TOUGH TEAM USA

A few years ago, James Stangle decided to try his hand at obstacle course racing (OCR) with some of his friends at the Savage Race Ohio. Just wanting to see what a race was like, he was astonished that his … Continue reading

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24 Hours in the Old Pueblo

There are only 2 weeks to go until Melissa Ross and Debra Doss fly to South Africa to compete in the ABSA Cape Epic. This grueling race will be the biggest challenge of their careers. While they have been checking … Continue reading

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Man bikes 30 miles to work, despite -10 degree weather

With the inclement weather that has affected major parts of the United States, most people can relate that they dread the miserably cold walk to their cars in the morning. Cincinnati resident Fraser Cunningham definitely stands out this time of … Continue reading

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Why Warming Up and Stretching Are Important

By Hannah Barnes, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cyclist Warming up is very important before any exercise to reduce the risk of injury. Just having a jog for a couple of minutes is enough as long as you get your heart rate up, … Continue reading

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UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Gear

The UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team not only wears the best socks during their intense training and races, but they also have top of the line gear. As they compete with the best of the world, their bike of choice is … Continue reading

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Happy to be Healthy & Racing Again

Like many elite runners, Swiftwick Athlete Jacob Puzey signed up the historic Black Canyon 100k, which is one of the five Montrail Ultra Cup qualifying races for the Western States 100, to test himself against the best in the sport. … Continue reading

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To the Max

Max King has never been known to specialize in one particular style of running. To the amazement of spectators, King has excelled in all facets of running. With all of the buzz about his resume, SPIKES, powered by IAAF, met … Continue reading

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The journey of my Swiftwick socks

By Rachel Longley This may sound cliché, but the feeling of freedom is what moves me. Whether I am running on the trails or going 25MPH on my bike, it feels like what I am supposed to be doing. A … Continue reading

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A look into 2015 with Max King

By: Max King It the beginning of a new year, and it already feels like it’s flying by. January has been spent trying to get my legs under me, adjusting to a new sponsorship that is rad and working on … Continue reading

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Sneak Peak into UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling 2015 season

2014 was an extremely eventful year for the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling team. The men’s team had their most victorious season, and a women’s team was introduced. As they look ahead to 2015, UHC Pro Cycling is ready to take on … Continue reading

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