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Kiel Reijnen Awarded Green Jersey For The 4th Consecutive Day

After the strenuous Colorado Springs Circuit, the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team extended their successful streak. As the men worked together as a team, they were able to secure the coveted green jersey that represents the sprint leader for the 4th … Continue reading

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Stage 3 Recap of USA Pro Challenge

In stage 3 of the USA Pro Challenge, The UnitedHealthcare Team began the race in Gunnison. After racing 35 miles, they took on the 11,300 ft. Monarch Pass and descended the eastern slope of the pass followed by two 9 … Continue reading

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The Runner’s Dream Sock

Are you a runner looking for the dream sock? Jesica Salyer has always been an athlete as well as an avid runner and enthusiast. When looking for socks, she tried Swiftwick’s ASPIRE line that is thin and light for serious … Continue reading

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Best Socks For Those Who Are Hooked On Golf

In this review, Tony Korologos reviews Swiftwick socks not only on the course, but also in his day-to-day life. Though these socks are thinniner than most of his socks, they still provided great support and comfort. His knees and ankles did not … Continue reading

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UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Defends the Sprint Jersey in Stage 2

Though the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team had to face high elevation with steep climbs, they still had a victorious day by maintaining hold of the green jersey which is awarded to the top sprinter. As the team began to line … Continue reading

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USA Pro Cycling Challenge l Race Against Cancer l Running Tips l Easy Chicken Salad

Get Yours Get Yours __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________  Swiftwick Athletes Team Up To Race Against Cancer!   __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6 Easy Steps For Beginning Runners Easy Chicken Salad Recipe  ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ And They’re Off! Learn more about the UHC Cycling Team and the USA Pro … Continue reading

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Amber Ferreira Is KONA Bound

It was another successful weekend for Maverick Multisport pro Amber Ferreira! A few weeks after her victory at Ironman Lake Placid, she competed in the Ironman Mont-Tremblant/North American Championships. After being one of the first three to come out of … Continue reading

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UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Takes Victory In USA Pro Challenge Opener

After 2 hours and 30 minutes through the mountainous terrain of Aspen, Colorado, Kiel Reijnen sprinted forward in the last stretch, and the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team won the USA Pro Challenge Opener. However, this was not Kiel Reijnen’s first … Continue reading

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8 Golf Products You Can’t Live Without

“Socks are socks, right? Except when they aren’t.” John Duval, at intothegrain.com, is an expert on new golf products and he’s hooked on Swiftwick. Read below what he said about our socks! “Swiftwick makes compression socks for all sports including golf. … Continue reading

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Swiftwick Athlete Competes in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been a viral sensation that has raised $15.6 million so far for the ALS Association to research Lou Gehrig’s disease. Swiftwick athlete Matthew Llano recently posted a video taking on the Ice Bucket Challenge.  

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