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The UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Welcomes Janez Brajkovič to 2015 Roster

The UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team didn’t take long to revel in the success of their 2014 season before they started preparing for the next year. The women’s team recently welcomed Linda Villumsen, Abby Mickey and Laura Brown to their team. … Continue reading

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Trail Running 101 for Beginners

Erin Fairchild is an active blogger from the east coast. She gives her audiences a glimpse of her day to day life whether it be travel, fashion or fitness. While trying out new fitness products or workouts, her audience will … Continue reading

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What’s in a Kona Qualifier?

“Qualifying for the biggest event in triathlon is no easy task, regardless of an athlete’s natural ability.” Swiftwick was excited to have Amber Ferreira and Wil Emery compete with the elite in the Ironman World Championship in Kona. While watching … Continue reading

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UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Announces 2015 Women’s Roster

After a tremendously successful 2014 season, the women of The UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team have celebrated overall classification wins at the Tour de Femenino de San Luis, Vuelta El Salvador and Tour of the Gila as well as victories at … Continue reading

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These Shoes (and socks) Were Made for Golfin’

Fairway Threads is a blog created by a woman who loves fashion just as much as she loves golf. She decided to take her passion and begin ” golf apparel consulting.” The writer gives her audience the best shoes to … Continue reading

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Senior helps an injured oppenent cross the finish line

Melanie Bailey walked up to the starting line only focusing on winning her last cross country meet as a senior. However, her mindset quickly changed when she saw an opponent crying due to an injury. See this inspiring video on … Continue reading

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Mountains, Trails & Obstacles: 28 Minutes with Max King, the World’s Fastest Warrior Dash Athlete

“In a world hyper focused on specialization, it’s rare to meet a modern Renaissance Man. But today, prepare yourself for an exclusive interview with Max King.” Jason Fitzgerald, who happens to be a previous Warrior Dash winner, recently interviewed Max … Continue reading

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Lessons from Kona

Amber Ferreira was excited to come to Kona to race with the top athletes from around the world in the Ironman World Championship. Crossing the finish line with a time of 9:45:41, Ferreira showed the athletes and spectators what she … Continue reading

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Alison Powers Announces Retirement after Banner Year with UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team

Alison Powers came to the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team with numerous victories under her belt such as the Pan American time trial championship title and the US National criterium championship title. While she was wearing the UHC blue, Powers, with … Continue reading

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Ironman Chattanooga for The Boot Campaign

On September 28th, Amy Cotta made her second attempt to be the first woman to complete a full Ironman in combat boots and a military pack. Through online and offline donations, she raised $1500.00 for the Boot Campaign. Here is … Continue reading

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