We're excited to announce 3 new additions in 2019 to our growing list of professional athletes - Matt Hanson, Jen Annett and Rob Gray.
These 3 join the company of pro triathletes & Ironman champions Heather Jackson, Jesse Thomas, Linsey Corbin, Sarah True, Haley Chura, Helle Frederiksen, Joe Gambles, Sarah Piampiano, Rachel McBride and Brent McMahon.
Matt Hanson lives in Storm Lake, Iowa and seeks warmer training in Florida during the frigid, stormy winters. Hanson’s going into his 8th season of competing in triathlon as a 3x Ironman champion and 3x 70.3 champion, and he’s already clinched a spot in the 2019 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
Hanson holds a doctorate and degree in Athletic Training and Exercise Science complimenting his coaching services, MHRacing providing customized training plans and staffed with various coaches. For more info visit matthansontri.com and matthansonracing.com.
Jen Annett lives and trains in Penticton, BC with her husband and son. Annett has openly shared her fight with epilepsy after getting hit by a car training for the Ironman World Championships in 2008. Jen has battled her way onto many podiums and continues to perform at the top of the women’s pro field. For more info visit jenannett.com.
Rob Gray born in South Africa and now living and training in Boulder, CO, Gray is an Ultraman, racing the 3 day, 320 miles endurance “ultra-triathlon” race. In 2017, he took the Ultraman World Championship title and followed that up with a second place finish in 2018. In Boulder, Rob works for Google and runs an endurance sports coaching business. For more info visit robgray.org.
“We are extremely excited and honored to have such an accomplished and fun group of professional athletes to work with for the 2019 season,” said Kevin Fuller, Zealios Co-Founder. “Our products are designed to stand up to the elements these top endurance athletes go through, so having the support of such an amazing group is very rewarding.”
Kevin added, “It’s our goal to make people’s lives better and easier by ensuring they’re protected during the long hours they put in when training and on race day. We’re stoked for another season to kick off and can’t wait to get out to the races to cheer our pros and supporters on. We look forward to seeing everyone out there.”
To a great 2019 season!