Lindsey Van is a World Champion Ski Jumper who believes in the power of #SleepFuel and #RECOVERY. She travels around the world competing, and doesn't leave home without her Balance and Dawn pillows. Lindsey lead 15 female ski jumpers in the fight to be included in Winter Olympic Games.
They sued the Vancouver Olympic Committee over the fact that men were allowed to compete, while women were excluded. In 2011, she was triumphant and it was announced that Women's Ski Jumping would be an official Winter Olympic Sport beginning in 2014 in Sochi.
Jordan Scott is a professional pole vaulter from Watkinsville, Georgia who attended the University of Kansas from 2006 through 2011. He made it to the final round of the Olympic Trials in 2008 and 2012, won the Indoor USA Championships in 2013, the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 2010, and seven Big XII Championships during his career as a Jayhawk.
Jordan is hosting a RallyMe campaign to fund his journey to make the U. S. Olympic team to compete in Rio during the 2016 Olympics!
Be sure to check Jordan out, read about his amazing story and fund him however you can. He's truly a once-of-a-kind athlete, who gets his #SleepFuel and wants nothing more than to make the United States proud on the biggest stage of all - the Olympics.
Kris Lawrence is a professional marathon runner who lives in Virginia Beach, VA with her husband and three children. She recently ran her personal best time of 2:47:09 in her hometown at the Philadelphia Marathon and is currently working to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials.
Courtney Pollman began triathlon in 2011 after a running injury forced her to abandon her training for qualifying for the Boston Marathon. Never shy from taking on challenge, Courtney and her coach came up with a new goal, and with a borrowed bike she began training for a 70.3 distance race last fall.
Courtney qualified for Ironman 70.3 World Championships at 70.3 Raleigh, and will be heading to Vegas this week to test herself against the best age groupers in the world.