USANA Athletes: 100 Days Until London
The countdown is on. Wednesday marked 100 days until the opening of the 2012 London Games.
For sports fans — summer sports fans, in particular — it’s a once-every-four-years can’t miss event.
It’s a safe bet Team USANA will be represented when the Games commence in late July. The question remains: Just how many members of Team USANA will be competing?
Keep an eye on What’s Up, USANA? throughout the summer as we keep you posted on our athletes’ quest for the Olympics. And don’t forget to follow on Facebook.
For now, let’s see what Team USANA has been up to as of late, shall we?
It’s always fun hearing from Jennifer Azzi because she’s always keeping busy with something. Whether it’s traveling the world, coaching at the University of San Francisco, or speaking about the importance of health, nutrition, and exercise, Jennifer is a big supporter of who we are and what we do.
So it came as no surprise that one of the University of San Francisco women’s basketball team’s graduating seniors and top players took some time to talk about what USANA’s meant to her as a collegiate athlete.
If you missed the video featuring Rheina Ale, which we posted on the USANA YouTube channel, you can check it out here…
Our colleagues in the UK aren’t slowing down when it comes to sharing USANA with the boxing community. Here’s Brian Knapp, who introduced USANA to pro boxer Elliott Matthews.
- Amy Purdy, USANA Associate and double amputee snowboarding champ was featured on Nightline in March.
- Jennifer Azzi also sent us a link to the recap of the USF season. Way to go, Dons!
- Congratulations to Melanie McQuaid, who won the Ironman 70.3 California late last month. Wow!
- It proved to be another successful season for US Speedskating.
- What a year for the Visa Women’s Ski Jumping Team! Congratulations to all — including world champ Sarah Hendrickson!
Follow Team USANA
Now you can keep up with all the excitement and accomplishments of our Team USANA athletes by following our updates on Twitter: http://twitter.com/teamusana.
Plus, don’t forget to follow our USANA Athletes List, which compiles the tweets of several USANA-sponsored athletes in an informative, easy-to-follow, uh, list!
Chances are you saw this video floating around Facebook. It’s too good not to share here…
For additional information about all USANA-sponsored athletes, please visit www.usana.com and don’t forget to like USANA Athletes on Facebook and follow @TeamUSANA on Twitter. For previous athletes updates, please visit here.
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Many of the mentioned athletes are either distributors or dedicated users who have received compensation for their partnership and/or complimentary USANA products.
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