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INFINIT Team - Ambassador Introduction - Marijn

Welcome to the Team INFINIT, Marijn!

Name: Marijn Sourbron

Age: 28

From: Bilzen, Belgium

Major wins: No wins, yet :) Several top 10 places

Favorite INFINIT product: :HYDRATE (strawberry lemonade), :GOFAR (fruit punch) and Cold Brew.

Hours of training per week: 12-15 hours per week at the moment, but this is rapidly ramping up in the coming weeks

Next big goal: IM Hamburg, my first full Ironman


Why have you chosen your sport and how long you have been doing it?

As a true Belgian/Flandrien, I got into triathlon through cycling. I started my triathlon journey in 2018. In 2020 it got a lot more serious when I started working with a coach. For me, the variation in training is a plus, but I also like the importance of nutrition – the fourth discipline – in long distance racing. Because of the importance of nutrition, I’m so glad I get to work with INFINIT in a very close way.

What motivates you to compete? What is your why?

So many things. The progression I can feel myself making, the triathlon community – my teammates but also the wider community for example at races or online -, the attention for detail – aerodynamics, nutrition, recovery… - and last but not least the places you get to race through triathlon. Whether it’s a local race on roads you train on so often, or places far from home with people from all over the world.



When I studied Journalism, one of the big lessons I kept getting told in college was KISS (“Keep it simple, stupid”). Now, several years later, I try to apply that to triathlon. Why complicate nutrition when it can be simple as well. With INFINIT, I just know I need to drink X amount of bottles in X amount of time to get X amount of carbs and X amount of hydration. That, and the fact that the taste of the products is just sublime!

Any recommendations or sport hacks that you would like to pass to the athletes in your sport?

Masters the details: whether it is nutrition (Staying on top of carb intake or monitoring your salt intake), race dynamics (learning to ride together with people, even with a 12 of 20 meter no draft zone) or transitions.

Which INFINIT product you like the most and why?

This is a tough question. I’ve got several products as mentioned before, but if I had to choose one… :GOFAR fruit punch. Hot or cold conditions, with :GOFAR I know I’m getting in plenty of carbs, so that’s one less thing to worry about while training or racing.

Your motto or the best motivation line for the start of the week that gets you going?

If it was easy, everybody would be doing it.

Follow Marijn @marijnsourbron

INFINIT Team - Athlete Introduction - Jakub

Welcome to the TEAM INFINIT Jakub!

Name: Jakub Langhammer

Age: 30

From: Czech Republic

Major wins:

3rd place Challenge Iskandar Puteri

4th Asia-pacific championship Ironman 70.3 Cebu

1st place Czech championship in middle distance triathlon

Favorite INFINIT product: 

I like all of them but the best is INFINIT :Repair to keep my body fresh every single day and INFINIT :Hydrate for daily use in training.

Hours of training per week: 15+ hrs

Next big goal: 

Keeping my performance on high level and still have fun and joy from Triathlon


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INFINIT Team - Ambassador Introduction

Welcome to the INFINIT Team, Ryan!

Name: Ryan Morris

Age: 32

From: Manchester - UK

Major wins: 3rd AG podium - Challenge Malta, 11th at the British Olympic Distance Championships in Leeds, 1st position in the Big Brutal 5km open water swim event with a time of 1:12:54 

Favorite INFINIT product: Jetfuel 

Hours of training per week: 10-12

Next big goal: Challenge Championships, Samorin Slovakia


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Professional Cyclist Shifting the Narrative about Differently Abled Athletes

Clara brown riding on a bike, text "Clara Brown, Shifting the Narrative on Para-Athletes"

Growing up in Falmouth, Maine, Clara Brown was an avid athlete enjoying everything from gymnastics to running and skiing. One of four siblings, her parents were keen on keeping the family active and involved in a variety of activities and sports. At the age of 12, Clara’s life changed forever when she sustained a serious injury at gymnastics practice, leaving her with a broken neck and a damaged spinal cord.

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From the Ground Up Project

Two riders riding on a clear day, text "From the Ground Up Project"

While 2020 brought about a pause on the races and events, INFINIT Pros Ryan Petry and Alexey Vermeulen also witnessed the pandemic-driven uptick in people starting to ride. Being lifelong lovers of cycling, they sought out a way to help really immerse these new riders into the sport. This is where the From the Ground Up Project was born. Out of thousands of submissions that came in from across the country, Ryan & Alexey had the difficult task of narrowing it down to just 3 riders to take under their wing and equip with everything needed to start training. 

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Beyond Myself

Shangrila Rendon Pouring her Infinit into a bottle while next to her bike

At 17 years old, Shangrila Rendon and her family moved from Manila, Philippines to Chino Hills, California. She entered the states as a teenager and took on the heavy responsibility of supporting her family as they worked to establish their new life in a new country.

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Riding for the Soul

Kayla Bowker riding her bike down the road, text "Riding for the Soul"

I’m a triathlete, and like most endurance athletes, I have always predominantly relied on races to fuel my motivation and training. That changed this year when my fourth race of the season was cancelled, and I was faced with the challenge of adjusting plans last minute. It was frustrating and overwhelming but deep down I knew I would find something else to keep me moving. It wasn’t long before my coach texted me, asking if there were any challenges that I wanted to try to keep my motivation high. Funny enough, I already had a challenge mulling in the back of my mind.

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Ironman to Ultra and Back

Niick Chase running on a sunny day, text "Ironman to Ultra"

About 3 months ago (April 2020), my best friend mentioned he would be taking on the Tushars Mountain Run — A 100k race with nearly 21,000 feet of vertical ascent, that covers some of the most majestic terrain in Utah on August 1st. At the time, I still had hopes of racing IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder that day, so I laughingly said “good luck with that.”

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The Power of Positivity

Matt Russell rolling across finish line

Triathletes, or really endurance athletes in general, are a particular breed. We tend to be hyper-focused on the details and enjoy living a regimented and controlled lifestyle. Often though, life shows us that it has different plans. When Professional Triathlete Matt Russell was 8 years old, his mother was diagnosed with ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease. Throughout the five years that she battled the disease, Matt learned many valuable lessons from her, including how important determination and carrying a positive attitude can be. Those lessons in determination and positivity were pulled to the ultimate test in 2017. 

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