Ben Saunders

Ben Saunders

Ben Saunders is one of the world’s leading polar explorers with nearly 20 years’ experience in leading expeditions in the Arctic and Antarctica. He is also a recording-breaking long-distance skier having covered more than 7,000 km – 4,350 miles – on foot in the Polar Regions since 2001.

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Triathlete
Alice Hector

Alice Hector became an elite triathlete in 2014, and already had a string of medals and wins to her name. Since then, she’s clocked up 3 European elite medals, has become an Ironman 70.3 professional champion, and a 3 times Israman winner.

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Cyclist
Alice Lethbridge

Time-trial cyclist Alice has certainly demonstrated her prowess, breaking the long-standing 12-hour time trial record in 2017 by covering 285.65 miles, and clocking up wins and podiums at events such as the 50- and 100-mile National Championships.

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Triathlete
Amy Kilpin

Amy Kilpin is an age group triathlete who started the sport in 2012 unable to swim front crawl. She is now a 5x Ironman 70.3 World Championship qualifier and more recently was overall age group champion at the Ironman 70.3 South American Championship.

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Runner
Archie Davis

2019 has been a great year for Archie Davis. He achieved a personal best in the 1500m, beating his previous time by 3 seconds, gaining a record and boosting his ranking to 23rd in the world for his age group. Other achievements included competing in his first Senior British Championship final and, despite being the youngest racer in the competition, finished 6th.

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Axel Brown

Since his introduction to bobsleigh in 2014, Axel has climbed through the ranks of the sport, making his European debut in 2016 and World Cup debut in 2018. His palmares include silver medals in the 2 and 4-man bobsleigh at the North America’s cup in 2019.

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Runner
Claudia Schroegel

Ultra-distance trail runner Claudia Schroegel has competed in numerous marathons and events, most recently winning gold at the 2019 Maverick X-Series Peak District Ultra. As a coach herself, she understands the importance of building a clear picture of the individual athlete so training and nutrition can be tailored to their needs.

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Triathlete
Eloise Du Lart

Winning her first amateur multisports race barely six months after starting to compete – the Duathlon World Championships, no less – Eloise Du Lart turned professional in 2018. Working with Forth Edge to hone her training and nutrition, she is looking forward to a strong season competing as a pro in Ironman 70.3 events.

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Cyclist
Harry Tanfield

Professional cyclist Harry Tanfield has clocked up major wins in both road and track cycling, with podiums on both national and international stages. 2019 saw him join the UCI World Tour to compete at the highest level internationally, and also race with Team GB as part of the first ever mixed relay time trial at the Road World Championships, where the team came away with a bronze medal.

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Katrina Matthews Triathlete during her bike road race
Triathlete
Katrina Matthews

Kat Matthews is an Elite GB Long Distance Triathlete. She represents the professional triathlon team BMC-Vifit and is also a serving Physiotherapist Officer in the British Army. Kat started triathlon in 2015 and after two years in the GB age-group fields, she ventured into the middle distance world, winning the National MD Champs in 2018 and qualifying for her GB Pro race license in 2019. Her first pro season saw her podium in three IM 70.3 races, win the ETU MD Champs, come 16th at the WC IM70.3 and complete her first full Ironman in a debut time of 8hrs53.

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Mark Threlfall Triathlete In A Cycle Road Race
Triathlete
Mark Threlfall

Mark Threlfall is an ex-professional triathlete having been part of the British Triathlon team for many years, following a successful early career as a swimmer. Mark started his triathlon career in 2007 taking part in short distance triathlons before moving up to longer distance triathlons in 2012. Mark has had a number of career highlights and now offers triathlon and swimming coaching, alongside presenting on the Global Triathlon Network.

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Runner
Simone Mitchell

Simone had an amazing start to her professional career in 2019 winning Ironman Wales and setting a new course record in her first pro race and achieving a Kona 2020 World Championship slot. Simone is no stranger to success, having clocked up victory at Outlaw long distance triathon in 2018 again setting a new course record.

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Sophie Kirk Triathlete with medal
Triathlete
Sophie Kirk

Sophie Kirk is an age group triathlete who started the sport in 2015. Previously a member of the GB orienteering junior squad and a club swimmer as a child, taking up cycling was the final hurdle. She is now a 2x Ironman 70.3 World Championship qualifier and has podiumed at every 70.3 event she has competed in.

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Triathlete
Susie Cheetham

Competitive runner turned triathlete, Susie Cheetham has an impressive number of 70.3 and full Ironman podiums to her name, as well as two sixth-place finishes at the Ironman World Championships in Kona. 2019 was a particularly strong year, with first place at Ironman Hamburg at a pace that set a new course record.

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Runner
Tom Evans

Former British Army Captain and Red Bull athlete Tom Evans exploded onto the ultra running scene in 2017 with a third place at the infamous Marathon des Sables. Immense natural talent with a science-informed approach to training has seen him clock up podiums on some of the biggest events in the ultra running world.

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Triathlete
Will Clarke

Olympian and World Champion are two titles Will Clarke can claim, alongside numerous Ironman podiums. His career began in 2002 and he has consistently made his mark in the triathlon world ever since, establishing himself as a talented long-distance athlete. His performance has seen him take sub-8 hour times on three separate occasions, including a career best 7hr45 at the 2018 Ironman North America Championships.

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Cyclists racing for the finish line
Cyclist
Zak Coleman

Up-and-coming road cyclist Zak has clocked up a serious number of races and results over the 2018 and 2019. Training and racing in Belgium, the one-day race calendar sees him compete several times a week.

With ambitions to join a UCI World Tour team, he looks for the edge in every element of his training and nutrition, which is where Forth Edge provides invaluable data.

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