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PureSport Athletes

Michael Phelps

Team PureSport Member, World Record-setting Swimmer and The Greatest Olympian of All Time

Michael Phelps rewrote the record books in arguably the greatest individual performance of any swimmer in an international competition by winning seven gold medals while shattering five world records (four individual, one relay) at the 2007 FINA World Championships in Australia. He is a 20-time World record holder, 17-time World Champion, 19-time American record holder and still holds eight titles.

At the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, Michael set World records in the 200m butterfly, 200m Individual Medley and finished first in the 400m Individual Medley, the 800m freestyle relay and the 400m freestyle relay. He won six gold medals at the 2006 U.S. Nationals, three gold medals at the 2005 U.S. Nationals, five gold medals and one silver medal at the 2005 World Championships.

At the 2004 Summer Olympics, Michael won six gold medals and two bronze medals becoming the first Olympian since 1980 to win eight medals in a single Olympics.

At age 15, Michael became the youngest male World record holder in modern history and has since been recognized as USA Swimmer of the Year three times. At age 16, Michael became the youngest American male swimmer to turn pro.


Nastia Liukin

Senior International Elite Gymnast

Nastia Liukin is an Senior International Elite gymnast. She is a four time World Champion, nine time World medalist, four time US National Champion and has won multiple Pacific Rim and American Cup titles.

In 2005 she was also named the Gymnast of the Year by the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame and was a nominee in both the World Top 10 Athletes Award and the US Sport's Academy Athlete of the Year Award.

In 2007 she joined 1996 Olympic Champion Shannon Miller as the most decorated American gymnast in World Championship competition.


Aaron Peirsol

Team PureSport Member & World Record-setting Swimmer

Aaron Peirsol is a two-time Olympian, earning three gold medals at the 2004 Olympics (100m backstroke, 200m backstroke, 4100m medley relay) and a silver medal at the 2000 Olympics (200m backstroke).

At the 2005 World Championships, Aaron won three gold medals (100m, 200m backstroke, 400m medley relay). He broke his own World record in the 100m backstroke and won the 200m back at the 2005 World Championship trials.

Aaron was the youngest American (age 15) to break two minutes in the 200m backstroke, which he did first at 1999 Spring Nationals.


Brendan Hansen

Team PureSport Member & World Record-setting Swimmer

Brendan Hansen is a three-time 2004 Olympic medalist, winning gold as part of the world record-setting 4100 medley relay, silver in the 100m breaststroke and bronze in the 200m breaststroke. At the 2004 Olympic Trials, he set world records in both the 100m and 200m breaststroke, becoming the first American to hold both records since 1974.

In 2005, Brendan won his third and fourth National titles in the 100m and 200m breaststroke at the World Championship Trials and once again swept the breaststroke events at Worlds, winning gold in the 100m and 200m events and went on to set a new world record as part of the 400m Medley Relay. He won the 100m and 200m breaststroke, as well as the 400m medley relay, at Duel in the Pool.

In 2006, Brendan won the 100m and 200m breaststrokes at 2006 Summer Nationals breaking both of his previous World records and qualifying for the 2006 Pan Pacs and 2007 World teams.

In 2007, Brendan had the honor of being elected USA Team Captain by his teammates at the 2007 Melbourne World Championships were he went on to win Gold in the 100m breaststroke and finish 2nd by hundredths of a second in the 50m breaststroke.


Ian Crocker

Team PureSport Member & World Record-setting Swimmer

Ian Crocker, who specializes in the butterfly, has won four Olympic medals in his career. At the 2000 Summer Olympics, Ian was a member of the gold medal-winning 400m medley relay team. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won a bronze medal as a member of the 400m freestyle relay team, a silver medal in the 100m butterfly, and a gold medal as a member of the World-record setting 400m medley relay team.

Ian is the current World-record holder in the 100m butterfly, becoming the first to swim the event in under 51 seconds. He also holds World records in the 50m butterfly (LC), 100m butterfly (SC & LC), 100m freestyle (SC) and 400m MR (SC & LC).

Joining Mark Spitz and Pablo Morales, Ian is one of only three swimmers in NCAA history to win four consecutive 100m butterfly titles.

At the 2003 World Championships, Ian broke the World record en route to winning the gold medal in the 100m butterfly, captured the silver medal in the 50m butterfly and swam the fastest butterfly relay split in history to lead the 400m Medley Relay team to the World record and gold medal.


Bob Bowman

Head Coach and Future CEO of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club

After the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Bowman will return to the North Baltimore Aquatic Club in Baltimore, Md where the plan is to have him take over the CEO role from Founder and current CEO, Murray Stephens.

Bob Bowman was the head coach of the University of Michigan Swimming Men's program, which he took over in 2004, until the start of the Olympic Trials in 2008. On April 1, 2004, Bob Bowman was hired as the eighth head coach of the Michigan men's swimming and diving program. With his acceptance to lead Michigan's storied program, Bowman made his first foray into the collegiate ranks following a successful career at the international and club levels.

Bowman led the Wolverines to three top eight finishes at the NCAA Championships and finished no lower than third at the Big Ten Conference Championships, including a second place showing in 2007 by a narrow margin of just four points. He coached three Wolverines to five NCAA individual titles: Olympic gold medalist Peter Vanderkaay (2005 and '06 500-yard freestyle), U.S. National champion Davis Tarwater (2005 and '06 200-yard butterfly) and current team captain Alex Vanderkaay (2007 400-yard individual medley). Entering the 2007-08 season, his collegiate coaching record stood at 20-7-1 overall and 13-1-1 in Big Ten meets.

Bowman has a slew of accolades to his credit. In February 2006, USA Swimming named him Team USA's head coach for the 2007 World Championships in Melbourne, Australia. He previously served as an assistant coach on the U.S. staff at the 2004 Olympic Games, and 2001, '03 and '05 World Championships. In 2006 and '07, he coached Michigan's club team, Club Wolverine, to the U.S. summer nationals team title.

Prior to coming to Michigan, Bowman was named an assistant coach on the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team, serving as the primary coach for Michael Phelps. At the 2004 Games, Bowman helped Phelps to an Olympic record eight medals, including six gold and two bronze.

Bowman served for nine years at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club in Baltimore, Md. He was the high performance coach from 1999-2004, working directly with the senior elite performance group including Phelps. Under Bowman's tutelage at the North Baltimore Aquatic club, Phelps won five World Championship gold medals and was named the American Swimmer of the Year in 2001 and '03. For his accomplishments with North Baltimore, Bowman won the USA Swimming and the American Swimming Coaches Association Coach of the Year Awards in 2001 and '03. He was also named the 2002 USA Swimming Developmental Coach of the Year. Bowman also held the position of senior coach at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club from 1996-99. During his tenure in Baltimore, Bowman helped produce three individual national champions, 10 national finalists and five U.S. National Team members.

From 1994-96, Bowman served as head coach for the Napa Valley swim team. There he was responsible for an elite senior program including U.S. National 'A', 'B' and Junior Team members. Under Bowman's watch, Napa Valley won six gold, two silver and two bronze medals in international competition.

Bowman was also the head coach and program director for the Birmingham Swim League from 1992-94. There he was responsible for program design, staff development and daily operation of a 250-member club. Under his supervision, BSL improved to a top five program regionally after finishing out of the top 20 the previous 10 years.

Prior to his position at BSL, Bowman held assistant coaching positions with the Napa Valley swim team (1991-92), Cincinnati Pepsi Marlins (1990-91) and the Las Vegas Gold swim team (1988-90).

In 1986-87, Bowman was the head age group coach at the Area Tallahassee Aquatic Club and served as an assistant coach at his alma mater Florida State. At FSU, he worked closely with the recruiting coordinator and helped develop a system of feedback and information for all practice and competitive results.

Bowman swam for the Seminoles from 1983-85, serving as a team captain in his final year. Bowman graduated from Florida State with a bachelor of science degree in developmental psychology and a minor in music composition in 1987.

Kenny Cooper, Jr.

Major League Soccer Player

Kenny Cooper, Jr., is a rising star within the soccer world. A big, physical forward for Major League Soccer's FC Dallas club, Kenny is currently the league's second leading scorer.

David Stremme


Former NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year, David Stremme, will make his debut behind the wheel of Rusty Wallace Racing's No. 64 in 2008. After two full seasons in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Stremme brings a great deal of experience and knowledge to his 64 car teammates.

Regan Smith


After a whirlwind year of change, Regan Smith is ready to take advantage of the opportunity to compete for the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year title behind the wheel of the No. 01 Dale Earnhardt Inc. Chevrolet.

Kevin Seamans

Motocross Rider

Kevin Seamans has been racing and building a motocross career since the age of six. On his Kawasaki 450F, Kevin recently had his best performance on the national stage finishing 4th at the 2008 NMA Grand National Championship.

"I use Puresport in all aspects of racing. I take it before and after my daily work-outs and riding and also on race day. It replenishes my body and gives me the fuel to keep pushing forward when I think I have reached my limits."

Shuhei Aoyama

Team Honda Superbike Racer

It takes a special ability to stand out among a horde of other riders when Honda is deciding who should be awarded the Honda Racing Scholarship. Receiving the invitation to race for Honda is almost as much of an achievement as winning an intensely competitive domestic series.

John Crews

Pro Bass Fisherman

A Bassmaster and FLW Tour regular, John Crews has posted 10 Top 10 finishes on the Bassmaster Tour and 5 Top 10 finishes on the FLW Tour. Having career tournament earnings well into six-figures, John is working hard towards the ultimate title for any competitive fisherman, Angler of the Year.

Brandon Marsh and Amy Marsh

Pro Triathletes

Amy: "PureSport Recovery is an amazing post workout energy drink. After drinking PureSport Recovery, I feel refreshed, and my post workout energy level is higher. This is particularly beneficial when I have two-a-day multi-sport workouts. PureSport has everything you're looking for in a recovery drink. It has a little bit of whey protein isolate, electrolytes, antioxidents and a mix of natural sugars/carbohydrates. In addition to helping us tastes freakin' good! "

Brandon: "Consistency is the key to improvement and longevity in triathlon. PureSport Recovery helps me recover from my workouts and sets me up for the next day of training. Being able to train and recover day in and day out is the key to any athlete's success, and PureSport Recovery is a part of this."

Bonner Cooper

PRCA Saddle Bronc Rider

Bonner is a professional saddle bronc rider. He is a two-time College National Finals Rodeo qualfier and has served as student president of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. In addition, he was twice named an NIRA Academic All-American while competing for Texas A&M University as a student athlete.

Trevor Snowden

Wheelchair X-Gamer

Former pro snowboarder, "Trevair" Snowden will -- without a doubt -- be the most interesting and colorful athlete competing in Mono Skier X at WX '08. Trevor is known for his crazy stunts on a 4x4 wheelchair and has been filmed launching off a 55-ft jump. "I find the fatigue in my arms that I get from everyday use in my wheelchair has greatly been reduced in just a few weeks of drinking PureSport Recovery. PureSport has become an integral part of my training for the Winter X Games 13. "

Madeleine McDu

Junior National Velodrome Cycling Phenom

The 5-foot, 2-inch seventh grader practices three to four times a week for up to 50 miles. She works with her trainer, former National Cycling Champion and U.S. Team Member Garth Blackburn.

"Cycling is my life. With the dedication and sacrifice I make for my sport, being sore after a hard workout is something I really don't want or need at the age of 13 years old. I recently went on a search for a pre and post recovery product and I found one in PureSport! Results for me have been immediate since I pretty much cycle on a daily basis if not on the track..I'm on the road.
The flavors they offer are awesome. My favorite way to drink them is to make an icy slush for after a hot ride and trust me, it gets hot in Texas!"

Paul Carrozza

Running Guru, President's Council on Fitness

Paul Carrozza and his wife Sheila Carrozza founded RunTex, now the Nation's largest store devoted exclusively to running. In addition to RunTex, Mr. Carrozza also founded RunTex University and RunTex Events. He is co-founder and sponsor of RunTex Marathon Kids Program, which has successfully helped over 100,000 children achieve endurance and learn to enjoy running.
"PureSport Recovery is noticably signicant in improving immediate recovery and next day ability to train at a higher level. It's got the protein and carbohydrates mixed just right."

Rachel Fernandez

Fitness Competitor

"I have to say I'm very impressed with PureSport. I just started back to the gym regularly again and usually when I first start working out I get incredibly sore. The recovery is amazing! I was a little frantic when I opened up the box to fruit juice flavors. I usually dry heave when I've tried others in the past (I'm usually the chocolate flavored girl)....but the flavors that I've tried so far are REALLY doesnt have that gross aftertaste that most have."

Sylvia Mosqueda

Masters Endurance Runner

Sylvia Mosqueda has been one of the top women road racers in the U.S. since 1987, when she won her first major road race at the Philadelphia Distance Run Half-Marathon. In 1988, Sylvia Mosqueda was the NCAA 10,000m champion and, in 1992, finished 4th at the US Olympic 10k Trials.

"I drank my PureSport sports drink and I won my race with a time of 16:25 - not bad for 42yrs old! And, after my interval days, tempo runs and long runs - not bad at all, PureSport tastes good and my legs feel better the next day, thumbs up!''

Robert Lara


Professional Baseball Player

Robert Lara, drafted in 2007, is an up-and-coming catcher within the San Diego Padres farm system. He is currently leading the league in hitting for catchers and is fourth overall.

Tyson Bolduc

Downhill Skier

Salt Lake City transplant Tyson Bolduc (formerly of Vail) and Crested Butte, headline Head skis' freeride team. Bolduc exploded on the big-mountain scene this year, finishing first at the Jackson Hole IFSA North American tour stop.

"In my profession there are many variables from mother nature alone to contend with. Therefore, when the sun comes out and the helicopter fires up I do not have the leisure to wait for my body to be ready. PureSport allows me to train and ride every day, yet wake up ready to do it again."

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