Wed, 24 February 2021
A mobile, hostile and agile former Navy SEAL with decades of experience in the SEAL teams and other Special Operations units. Expertise in tactical communications, small unit tactics, combat/tactical marksmanship, weapons, anti-terrorism, defensive driving, combative training, digital collection systems, certified diving instructor, recognized writing and photographic talents.
Wed, 17 February 2021
Nick Dompierre was born July 29, 1986 in New Bedford, MA. He started skateboarding at the age of 12. It became his absolute passion. Nick attended and graduated from Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational High School in the year 2004. His major was carpentry. After graduating he worked for a contractor building houses. Meanwhile still skateboarding when he wasn’t working. Nick would leave MA and go on tours all around the world with his sponsors for events, demos and signings. In 2007 he turned professional.
Wed, 10 February 2021
Patrick Vellner - One of the top CrossFit athletes in the sport of CrossFit. Before he became a CrossFit athlete he was a competitive gymnast and lacrosse player. Additionally, he played rugby when he was young. Patrick did gymnastics with his older brother and played lacrosse with his younger brother. After competing nationally for several years, he retired from gymnastics in 2010. He continued to play lacrosse until 2015.
Wed, 3 February 2021
Ryan Hall - is a retired American long-distance runner who holds the U.S. record in the half marathon. With his half marathon record time (59:43), he became the first U.S. runner to break the one-hour barrier in the event. He is also the only American to run a sub-2:05 marathon (2:04:58 at the 2011 Boston marathon). However, this time is not eligible to be a record due to the course being point-to-point and a net-downhill course. Hall won the marathon at the 2008 United States Olympic Trials and placed tenth in the Olympic marathon in Beijing. He is now coaching other runners and heavily into strength training.