The AIM-sponsored athletes travel the globe performing remarkable feats. The last few weeks have been awash with news of their latest achievements. We’d like to share them with you now. Prepared to me amazed.
Anton Zafir Earns His Purple Belt
So I was very honored and privileged to be awarded my purple belt this morning by @ianbonemann with @paulcale_jj @courage_training_centre this morning. It’s been 7 years of hard work and it was great to be awarded by these gentlemen. Ian has been with me since the start and it has been awesome journey to where I am today. Truthfully it’s just the beginning i still have so much to learn and can’t wait to keep moving forward. Thank you for everyone who rolls with me and bashes me up on the way without you it definitely wouldn’t be as much fun.
J.R. Celski Dominates Short Track World Cup Qualifier
AIM-Sponsored Athlete J.R. Celski dominated at the U.S. Speedskating Short Track World Cup Qualifier. He swept all four events and won all fifteen race heats. Celski will headline the 2016 Short Track Fall World Cup men’s team.
“One of my go to products during training and competition is Peak Endurance. This is my favorite tasting sports drink. It keeps me hydrated and energized when I need it most and it is always in my bottle with me on and off the ice.”
Lew Hollander: Completes Two More Triathlons
Lew Hollander recently returned from California where he did two races in one week: The Santa Cruz International and then the Bridge to Bridge in Vallejo. Both races are Olympic-level distances. He finished both, and is still at it. Lew is 85 years old.
“I mix the CalciAIM with my race drinks. I think it is better than the over-the-counter energy drinks which neglect Ca and Mg or use the carbonate which is hard to get into the blood when you need it like hour 10 or 15 hours into a race.” –Lew Hollander
Sue Phillips-LeClerc Places 2nd in the Obstacle Course Race World Championships