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Did You Know?

  • The USA is one of the only countries in the world that DOES NOT help fund its Olympic-caliber athletes.
  • Over 50% of track and field athletes ranked in the top ten in the USA make less than $15,000 a year from the sport.
  • No other sport delivers as much gender equity, diversity, and first-class role modeling as track and field.
  • There are currently no retirement savings programs or pension plans for these athletes.
Hannah Fields 1500 Meters, 800 Meters

Relish the Gift

Hannah Fields went from being an NAIA standout to now training with one of the most dominant groups out there, the Brooks Beasts. Her journey includes obstacles and subsequent repercussions, but she seeks to use her trial to help others facing the same battles.

Logan Cunningham Pole Vault

Small Town to Big Heights

From small town Texas, hard work and determination got Logan Cunningham all the way to the world's biggest stage. This 2016 Olympic Pole Vaulter challenges himself just as well off the track, often spending his free time rock climbing, mountain biking, snorkeling, canoeing, and mountain climbing.

Mary Cain 1500 Meters

In it to win it

After being sidelined by injury in 2017, Mary Cain is looking to make a big return in 2018. Training in her hometown of Bronxville, NY with coach John Henwood while attending Fordham University, she has a keen eye on outdoors to show us all that she is, 'in it to win it.'

Joseph Gray Mountain, Ultra, & Trail Running

All Terrain

Joe is the ultimate running badass. Six time “Mountain Runner Of The Year” and broken a slew of glass ceilings as the “first African American” to accomplish numerous things in the sport. Oh yeah, he also excels at marathoning and steeplechasing.

Hannah Fields 1500 Meters, 800 Meters

Relish the Gift

Hannah Fields went from being an NAIA standout to now training with one of the most dominant groups out there, the Brooks Beasts. Her journey includes obstacles and subsequent repercussions, but she seeks to use her trial to help others facing the same battles.

Logan Cunningham Pole Vault

Small Town to Big Heights

From small town Texas, hard work and determination got Logan Cunningham all the way to the world's biggest stage. This 2016 Olympic Pole Vaulter challenges himself just as well off the track, often spending his free time rock climbing, mountain biking, snorkeling, canoeing, and mountain climbing.

Mary Cain 1500 Meters

In it to win it

After being sidelined by injury in 2017, Mary Cain is looking to make a big return in 2018. Training in her hometown of Bronxville, NY with coach John Henwood while attending Fordham University, she has a keen eye on outdoors to show us all that she is, 'in it to win it.'

Joseph Gray Mountain, Ultra, & Trail Running

All Terrain

Joe is the ultimate running badass. Six time “Mountain Runner Of The Year” and broken a slew of glass ceilings as the “first African American” to accomplish numerous things in the sport. Oh yeah, he also excels at marathoning and steeplechasing.

Did You Know?

  • The USA is one of the only countries in the world that DOES NOT help fund its Olympic-caliber athletes.
  • Over 50% of track and field athletes ranked in the top ten in the USA make less than $15,000 a year from the sport.
  • No other sport delivers as much gender equity, diversity, and first-class role modeling as track and field.
  • There are currently no retirement savings programs or pension plans for these athletes.

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