FLUID SPONSORED ATHLETES

THE REAL PEOPLE BEHIND THE BRAND
Athletes

Erik Abernethy

Triathlon

I train and focus on Triathlons with my wife Katharina and mainly compete in Olympic distance races but that is evolving. I have also been a rock climber since 1996 and traveled all over for climbing. Previous snowboard patrol and instructor.

2016 goals: Many! I will be doing my first 70.3 Ironman race and compete in many other local races. I intended to break my previous times and place in my age group. I would also like to return to the Grand Canyon to run the rim to rim again.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Chocolate Wave

Steve Acciarito

Trail Running/Ultramarathon

My name is Steve Acciarito. I am 53 years old. My background is former firefighter/paramedic. I now own and operate Pacific Coast Safety Services in Santa Monica, Ca. My passion is running. I enjoy both road and trails. I enjoy the challenge of the Ultra distances. I am usually out running somewhere 5-7 days a week. Aside from entering running events, I am also a pacer for Beast Pacing and I am a member of Race Guards and Ultra Medics.

I also enjoy volunteering and crewing at races. My big races for 2016 include Badwater Cape Fear, Leona Divide 50 miler, AC100, Kodiak, Hideaway, and Javelina 100. I also plan on traveling to Nicaragua in February of 2017 to run Fuego Y Agua.

Alexander Aceino

Swimming

I’m Alex Aceino and I am a former NCAA Division I swimmer. I’ve been with Team Fluid for several years now and 2017 was the most successful yet. I began the year by becoming a USMS national champion in the 200 yard butterfly and runner-up in the 100 yard butterfly. I then competed at the US Open Championship in August and finished the year by setting a pair of FINA Masters Swimming World Records. 2018 looks to be a big year as well both in and out of the pool as I will be graduating veterinary medical school and beginning a residency/PhD program. My athletic goals are to work towards qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Trials in the 100 meter butterfly as I did in 2012.

With my hectic athletic training and academic schedules, proper nutrition and recovery are a must making Fluid products, like my favorite Chocolate Wave, an essential part of my continued success.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Chocolate Wave

Dena Ali

Mountain/Road Racing

I’m Dena, a firefighter, from Raleigh, North Carolina.   I have been a cyclist since 2000. I started as a mountain biker and won several local races between 2003-2009. In 2009, I started road cycling as a way to improve my endurance and strengthen my Mountain Biking. My partner Juan Pedraza and I have won the Briar Chapel Coed Duo 6 hour mountain Bike race 4 years in a row! 2011,  2012, 2013, and 2014. I have also completed the Raleigh Half Ironman 3 years in a row 2013, 2014, 2015.

Favorite Flavor: “I love Fluid Recovery HOT Chocolate Wave after a long road ride.”

Joanie Andersen

Ultra Running

I began running 9 years ago by listening to a “Couch to 5k” podcast. In 2015 I ran my first 50k and was introduced to the community of ultrarunning. I found Fluid Performance to be the only hydration drink I liked that didn’t bother my stomach. The following year I finished my first 100k. In 2017 I earned a DNF (did not finish) at my first 100 mile attempt. I completed a solo summit of Mount Whitney and ran a half marathon just 36 hours later to prove I was capable of hard things. I completed my first goal of 2018 to solo summit Haleakala from bottom to top 12 miles total with 3500′ elevation gain. My upcoming goals for 2018 are to attempt a 50k PR at a local trail run and to attempt a 100 mile course again and finish. To end the year I am going back to a 24 hour adventure run I tied for 4th place in 2017 and aim for that podium.

Favorite Flavor: I enjoy Citrus Fluid Performance and I enjoy it frozen like a slushy during heat training runs.

Heeva Asefvaziri

Ultra Running

“Hi, i’m Heeva! I’m 29 years old and live/train in ventura, CA. In 2010, I ran the length of California, border to border, with my dad; who followed me on a bike. This is when I became fascinated with running and covering distance.

2018 race plans(so far) include Broken Arrow Sky Race 26k in June, Bulldog Trail 50k in August, & Red Rock 40 mile in December.

Favorite Flavor: Cinnamon Vanilla Vegan Recovery, Baby!

Eric Baum

Road/Crit Cyclist

Eric will push hard in 2016 to upgrade to a Cat 3 ranking as he continues to race and attend events in the Pennsylvania area.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Fresh Citrus

Chris Berg

Triathlon

Chris is a resident of San Diego, California. He has been racing triathlons since 1998, and coaching the sport with Breakaway Training since 2010. Prior to getting involved in the sport, Chris competed as a swimmer, hockey player and volleyball player. Chris’ passion is to help other athletes achieve their triathlon dreams.

Chris has won the Mission Bay Triathlon, one of the longest running triathlons in the world, and considered by many to be the birthplace of the sport.

John Blewis

Duathlon

I am John Blewis and I live in Fort Myers, Florida.  I have been with Fluid for over 5 years now.  I have been in the same field of business for over 23 years now, and proud to be the Southwest Florida sales representative for a manufacturing company.

Early in the morning and on the weekends I train to compete in my favorite sport of Duathlon, which is a Run/Bike/Run event.  I have been ranked Nationally all 5 of the 5 years I competed in the sport, and in the top 10 every year for the state of Florida.  I am also a marathon runner and a USA Track and Field Coach.

My goals in 2016 are to move higher into the rankings Nationally (above 75th) in Duathlon and to run under a 3:20 Marathon in the NYC Marathon in November.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Fresh Citrus – Recovery Chocolate Wave

Kristal Boni

Cyclocross & XC Mountain Bike

Kristal is a resident of Boulder, Colorado. She and her husband founded Rapid Racing Team, a small, elite group of athletes focused on cyclocross racing. Kristal also delves into mountain bike, road and triathlon racing. In addition to being a professional athlete with a full time career, Kristal is a loving mother.

Kristal is the 2013 Masters 35-39 World Champion. She races Category 1 in cyclocross and mountain bike disciplines, and has competed at the highest level in races throughout the United States.

Chad Bruce

Ultra Trail Runner

My name is Chad Bruce, I live in Southern California, married my high school sweetheart Gail and we have four beautiful girls. I started running in 2012 and ran my 1st trail ultra marathon in 2015. I’m love running trails, climbing mountains and running long races. I’ve completed races up to the 100k distance so far and I’ll be attempting my first 100 mile race this year at the 2018 Angeles Crest 100.

I’ve been using FLUID Performance and Recovery products for two years and they work awesome! I was struggling with my nutrition when I first started running ultras and a friend of mine recommended that I give FLUID a try and I’ve been using it every since.

Favorite Flavor:  My two favorite FLUID products are the Blueberry Pomegranate Performance and the Chocolate Wave Recovery, both are seriously amazing!

Shawn Bussert

Ultra Trail Runner

Shawn is a runner from Washington State. He is excited for the upcoming race season and is looking to place top 20 at the White River 50 mile race in July. He also plans to race in numerous other races throughout the season.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Chocolate Wave

Jason Chlopecki

Triathlete

I have been a triathlete for the past 12 or so years competing in events from sprint to full Ironman events. Some pretty significant injuries have sidelined me for the past few seasons but I am looking to get back on track and get the bug again. By far my favorite distance is 70.3 and would like to get focused back on them hopefully by the end of the season. Currently I am taking some baby steps to avoid injury by competing in the Boilermaker 15k in Utica NY, and Xterra Syracuse NY with hopes of finishing off the season strong at the Big George Triathlon festival in Lake George NY.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Chocolate Wave, Mint Chocolate Mountain (please make it non seasonal) and Fresh Citrus.

Waylon Christensen

Triathlete/Endurance Mountain Biker

Waylon is a triathlete based in San Diego, California. He finished his first full Ironman at the age of 16 and has not looked back since. Waylon has finished more than 25 endurance events, winning 15 of them. Two of those wins were at full Ironman distance.

Recovering from an injury, Waylon plans to make a strong re-entrance to the race season. He plans to build strength and be racing 140.6 distances again by the end of the season.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Chocolate Wave

Benjamin Coleman

Cyclocross

Hi, I’m Benjamin. I’m a Type 1 Diabetic and an avid cyclist. I started racing cross-country mountain bikes in 2017 and really enjoyed it, so for this year I’m planning on going heavy on the XC MTB racing during the summer. I’ll mostly be concentrating on the Mid-Atlantic Super Series races in the PA/NJ area, but I’m making plans to head to New England for a few of the Bubba Burger Trophy Series (formerly Kenda Cup East) races too, so I’m looking forward to experiencing that area of the country for the first time. I’ll still be racing cyclocross in the fall this year as well, although maybe not as many as the 15+ races I’ve done the last few CX seasons.

Also in 2017, I traveled to Kansas to do the Dirty Kanza 200, which is a 200-mile gravel race, with one of my teammates. Although we didn’t meet our goal of finishing before sunset, we did both finish and scored that as a big personal win, since this was our first attempt at any ultra-endurance event. It was a great experience, and I learned that I’m certainly not cut out to be an ultra-endurance athlete, but I definitely don’t regret anything about doing it!

Favorite Flavor: Performance Fresh Citrus – Recovery Chocolate Wave

Melissa Danehey

Ultramarathon

Melissa lives and trains on the trails in Central Coast, California. Her ‘no-quit’ attitude has earned her 13 ultra marathon finishes, including 8 in the Top 3. Her 2016 races include Summer Solstice 24 Hour, Headlands 100, and New Years One Day.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Fresh Citrus – Recovery Chocolate Wave

Gordon Duncan

Runner/Marathoner

Gordon’s story of endurance sports is one of overcoming personal health challenges. After running 3 marathons in 2012, he was diagnosed with partial complex seizures in 2013. His competing days nearly came to an end. However, since then, he has battled back and passed his previous accomplishments through dietary and spiritual disciplines.

He recently qualified for the 2019 Boston Marathon with a top 10 finish at the Emerald Isle Marathon. Other accomplishments include a top 50 in Charlottesville Marathon (Charlottesville, VA) and Top 20 in Canal Race Half-Marathon (Roanoke Rapids, NC). His eyes are set on some podiums in the coming year, and he can’t wait for Fluid to help him get there.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Chocolate Wave

Tim Ek

Endurance Mountain Biking/Endurance Gravel Road Racing

Tim’s athletic goals for the season include a top 10 finish in at least three ultra endurance races. Priorities include the Maah Daah Hey 100 mountain bike race in North Dakota, Lutsen 99’er mountain bike race on the northern shore of Lake Superior, and the Heck Epic (2 day, 2 stage self supported 200 hundred mile gravel/mt. bike race in Northern Minnesota).

Favorite Flavor: Performance Raspberry Lemonade – Recovery Chocolate Wave

Scott Flynn

Triathlete/Multi-Sport Coach

Scott is triathlete and multi-sport coach for Threshold Multisport residing just outside Atlanta, GA. He’s been racing triathlon for nearly 4 age-group advancements earning USAT All-American honors for the past 3 years.

Accomplishments include podium finishes at multiple triathlon distances as well as competing in bicycle road races and criterium events. 2016 will prove to be the year he goes for his first full ironman event and plans on drinking a lot of Chocolate Wave recovery for the next 6 months.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Chocolate Wave

Caleb Guest

Triathlete, Endurance Mountain Biker

“2017 was a very successful season and after a couple off years it felt great to be competing again.  It started off with a 70.3 personal best of 4:59:35 at Ironman 70.3 Santa Rosa and concluded by being crowned the Xterra West 30-35 Regional Champion.

After a successful 2017 I had high hopes and aspirations for 2018, but after suffering a torn meniscus and undergoing surgery I’ve had to take a few months off.  I’m still hoping to come back in the second half of the year and set another 70.3 PR at Ironman 70.3 Arizona and defend my Xterra West Regional Champion crown.  Looking forward to getting back to some more serious training so I can justify my FLUID consumption :-)”

Favorite Flavor: “This is a tough one.  After months of using primarily Chocolate Wave recovery I enjoyed a glass of Tropical Escape the other day and was reminded how much I enjoy this drink.”

Gary Hoehne

XC MTB, Cyclocross Category 1

Gary is an HVAC Technician and has been a volunteer firefighter in Cheshire CT for the past 16 years and a Lieutenant for the past 6. He also volunteers as an assistant coach for the CCAP for the past two years. Coaching children between the ages of 8-18 in Road, Cyclocross, and now Mountain Biking.

This year he plans to race SSAP, 4-NUE series races including the Wilderness 101 and Shenandoah 100. Zancanato SSCX series. Pats Peak 24 Hour MTB Solo

Favorite Flavor: Performance Fresh Citrus

James Kentro

Trail Running/Triathlon

I have been powered by Fluid for 7 years now, consuming a great deal of Fresh Citrus Performance.  I currently reside in Northern California competing in races for both trail running and triathlon, and I have earned numerous podium finishes in both disciplines including World Championship qualifications for Duathlon, Aquathlon, and Cross-Triathlon.

My 2016 schedule includes moving to Ashland, Oregon to attend Southern Oregon University and pursue a degree in Biochemisty.  I will be competing in trail running races around Auburn and Folsom in California, and around Oregon after my move.  My peak race for the year will be Duathlon National Championships.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Fresh Citrus

Kyle Konczal

Ultramarathon

Kyle is a speedy fast runner hailing from Colorado. “For 2016 I plan on keeping my health up with proper recovery and nutrition. My main running goal is to get some effective mountain training in to prep for the 2016 racing season.”

Kyle kicked off his 2016 racing season with a 2nd place finish at Fort Ord 50k, His notable upcoming races include: Boston Marathon, Big Sur Marathon, Silver Rush 50, The Rut, Flagstaff Sky Ultra and The North Face 50 Championships.

Favorite Flavor: “Recovery Berry Treasure! Tastes great with water, even better with Almond Milk!!”

Joel Livesey

Ultra Runner

Hi, I’m Joel Livesey. I am a type 1 diabetic ultra and trail runner. In 2015 I completed the California Triple Crown of Ultrarunning by running SD100, SB100, and AC100 over the course of the summer. As of now I have completed 5 100 mile races. For 2016, I just finished Badwater Salton Sea 81 mile run in May. I have plans to run 2 mountain 100’s this year including the Bear 100 in Utah. In between I am running local races and trail runs, and backpacking in the Sierra Nevada.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Blueberry Pomegranate and Recovery Cinnamon Vanilla.

Duane Mann

Road cycling, Mountain biking

I raced outdoor motocross for around 15 years achieving success with 7 Top Texan tittles, Dunlop Gold cup, Spring championships among many others and the last few years I had Fluid in my corner helping me survive the brutal Texas heat.

4 years ago, I decided to end my career in motocross and start a new one still on 2 wheels but with a different motor my own 2 legs and even though my relationship with Fluid started in motocross I was very pleased that Richard was willing to stand behind me in this new endeavor starting at the bottom. The first didn’t include much racing just a lot of riding, training and getting prepared the second year I started racing as a CAT5 and was able to move up to a CAT4 then half way through my third year my wife was deployed to Afghanistan leaving me to be a single parent and unable to train or race. Now that she has returned safely to me I can once again start training and preparing to race.

2018 will be a rebuilding year for me and even though I will not be able to perform at the level I expect out of myself I will be training hard, attending every rally possible and promoting the product that has gotten me though countless brutal hot days training and racing.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Blueberry Pomegranate.

The Miller Family

Triathlon

Triathlon has become a family affair for Alan and Monica Miller. Both of their kids, Alizah and Davland, have been competitive swimmers for 6 years and wanted to try racing triathlon after watching their parents race. 2016 will be the family’s 8th season in triathlon, racing up to 13 times a season; mostly sprint and olympic distances.

“I get lots of questions about them [Fluid].  My reply is simple:
Your car has a motor and runs on fuel.  I have two motors, my left leg and my right leg, and they run on FLUID!!!”

Katie Negley

Triathlon

I am a police officer in the Chicagoland area and in my off time I fancy myself a triathlete, swimmer, and general health, fitness and life enthusiast.

Accomplishments fueled by Fluid include: Ironman Wisconsin, 5 Half-Iron distance races, 3 USA Triathlon National Championship appearances, US Master’s Swimming National Championship medal winner, 2 full marathon finishes, regular participant in local 5k, 10k and half marathon races as well as sprint and Olympic distance triathlons.

Michael Phillips

Triathlete

Michael’s 2016 goals include focusing on the bike early in the season and beating his Century PR in the spring. Then shifting focus to a later season 70.3. He’s working with a new cycling coach and already seeing impressive results that he expects to carry into his triathlon season.

“I’m also working hard at getting more of my friends and family to embrace an active lifestyle and join the cycling community.”

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Berry Treasure “I have a 1L Oktoberfest mug just for drinking my Fluid.”

Justin Poe

Martial Arts

Justin is a man of many talents. He is a Kajukenbo 2nd Degree Black Belt (Hawaiian Martial Art) in addition to being a Martial Arts Fitness Instructor (American Sports and Fitness Association) and a Master Defensive Tactics Instructor in Law Enforcement Tactics.

Athletic goals for the year including continued training, and to encourage people that he coaches and instructors to live a health lifestyle.

Favorite Flavor: Recovery Berry Treasure

Glenn Schiavo

Ultrarunner/Triathlete

Glenn might just be the longest standing Fluid sponsored athlete. While Glenn’s sport of choice has been triathlons, he plans to spend his 2016 competing in 50 and 100 mile ultra running.

He plans to complete his first 100 mile ultra finish at Bryce Canyon 100 mile Ultra as well as a strong finish at the American River 50 Miler.

Favorite Flavor: “By FAR Chocolate wave.  Post 4am run treat for me is always the Chocolate Wave Mocha!!  Wake up and recover”

Christine Scott

Triathlon

Christine resides in San Luis Obispo, California. She is a top age-group level triathlete with a full racing schedule, covering events scattered throughout California and beyond. Professionally, Christine helps operate a nuclear power plant.

Her triathlon results include wins at the Full Vineman, MTS in San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, Big Kahuna, and Santa Barbara Long Course. Her 2016 goals include continuing improvement on long course triathlon skills (mental and physical), qualify for the Ironman World Championships, and “HAVING FUN!”

Favor Flavor: Performance Blueberry Pomegranate – Performance Passion Fruit Tea

David Scott

Mountain Bike

I’m Dave Scott from Cadillac, Michigan. (Looking at your right hand, Cadillac is about half way up your ring finger!)

I’ve been a Fluid Sponsored Athlete for the past eight years. I race mountain bikes, competing in cross country and endurance races, and this past year I added racing Fat Bikes during the winter months. That’s how I discovered hot Chocolate Wave!

I’m a certified personal trainer and a star 3 SPINNING instructor, so Fluid is an important part of my daily life. You could say that I ‘Live Fluid!!’

Peace, Dave

Bradford Sims

XC Mountain Biking/Cyclocross

Brad is a resident of Erie, Colorado.  He has been racing XC and endurance mountain bike at a high level in Colorado and California since 2006.  Brad races for Foxtrot Racing based out of Lafayette, Colorado where he is known as “Ox,” a nickname given to him during a heated race finish by a competitor.  When not on the mountain bike, Brad is a full time mechanical engineer and part time cycling coach.

Brad is looking forward to his 8th year of training and racing. He is targeting the Rocky Mountain Endurance Series and the Epic Single Track Winter Park Series. Brad also plans to achieve 4.25 Watts/kg.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Blueberry Pomegranate – Recovery Chocolate Wave

Nadia Sullivan

Triathlete

Nadia is an elite cyclist turned triathlete in Colorado who enjoys the spirit of endurance sport & the adventure of racing around the globe. In 2012 she had the honor of racing the short course World Championships in New Zealand and has chased the short course circuit around the U.S. When she’s not swimming, biking or running, she’s coaching other endurance athletes across the world.

2016 brings new challenges as she adapts to a permanent hand injury that has affected her swimming & biking. As she moves through this transition, races will be fun events with friends that happen to have a clock.

Nadia has been training & racing with Fluid since 2010 and has very particular preferences for what to use when:
Favorite Training Flavor: Blueberry Pomegranate
Favorite Racing Flavor: Fresh Citrus
Favorite Winter Recovery Flavor: Chocolate Wave
Favorite Summer Recovery Flavor: Berry Treasure

Annie Weiss

Ultra Runner

Annie is an ultra endurance athlete from Wisconsin with big goals to be a mountain runner. Training in Wisconsin isn’t easy when you want to run mountains and play at altitude. In early 2016, she will battle for the podium at Black Canyon 100k and Gorge Waterfalls 100k for a golden ticket into Western States. She will also compete in local flatland races in the Midwest, as well as Silver Rush 50m in Colorado into prepare for Leadville 100.

Besides her 24/7 job training and racing, she is a full-time dietitian working with athletes on sports nutrition as well as helping patients with eating disorders.

Favorite Flavor: “without a doubt Recovery Chocolate Wave!”

Elise Winter

Triathlete

Along with local races I’ll be racing my first 70.3 at Wildflower in May!! My first goal for that race is to finish, and second goal is to podium! I’m also racing an off road Xterra triathlon in Tahoe City in June. Then in September I’ll be racing in Australia for team USA at the ITU World Championships at the Standard (Olympic non-draft) distance. There I would LOVE to podium (top 3). I like to keep races fun and different… I’m always up for a tough challenge. Last year I raced my first 50K trail run which had over 5500 feet of elevation change, tough yet amazing race. But the highlight of 2017 for me was placing 5th AG at USAT National Championships.

Favorite Flavor: “I can’t pick just one… Blueberry Pomegranate Performance, and Cinnamon Vanilla recovery in coconut milk.”

Ben Wooten

Triathlete/Runner

Ben is a former career firefighter and a current volunteer for the City of Mebane, with 8 years total in the service. He became involved with the Brotherhood Ride through a friend, Dena Ali, who is also a Fluid Athlete.  One of his favorite races is the  Raleigh Half Ironman.

For 2016, Ben plans to compete in his first crossfit competition, participate in the 2016 Carolina Brotherhood Bike Ride and potentially race a full marathon in fall.

Favorite Flavor: Performance Fresh Citrus

Teams

Cal Poly Triathlon Team

Triathlon

The Cal Poly Triathlon Team is one of the largest and most active sports clubs on Cal Poly campus with over 100 members. They help students achieve their goals in the sport of triathlon—whether it’s crossing the finish line for the first time or stepping up to the podium—regardless of their previous experience in triathlon.

DSENDiT Racing

Mountain Biking

This Amateur/Pro mountain bike racing team is based out of Art’s Cyclery in San Luis Obispo, CA. DESENDiT focuses primarily on Enduro/Gravity events but ultimately they aim to maximize fitness and fun on the bike, results are the bi-product.

Nytro Multisport Racing

Road Cycling

Breakaway Training always dreamed of a race team. Together with Nytro Multisport their dream finally came true. They assembled a team of 18 great guys who are not only exceptional elite or age group athletes but also truly embody the spirit of Breakaway Training; “Work hard. Race harder. Have a blast along the way”.

Peet’s Coffee Racing

Road Cycling

Peet’s Coffee Racing is a Northern California based elite masters bike racing team. This Fluid sponsored team is gearing up to have a great 2016 race season. Their talent filled roster includes 2015 World Masters Road Race Champion (45-49) Dan Martin and 2015 USA Masters National Criterium Champion (45-49) Dean LaBerge.

Red Monkey Racing

Mountain Biking

The Red Monkey Racing Team is all about shredding hard and having fun! Their title sponsor, Red Monkey Sports, is a Lake Forest, California based cycling accessories company that is proud to donate a portion of sales to various cycling charities.

SwimOutlet.com Team

Triathlon

This Amateur Elite Triathlon Team is based in the Bay Area and participates in races across the Western US. Team member Evan Rudd is currently ranked first in the country in the 30-34 age group by USAT! Leroy Thomas and Dillon Hollinger are fifth and sixth in their respective age groups as well.

Clubs

San Jose Bicycle Club

SJBC has committed itself to the nurturing and development of beginning and junior cyclists. Members benefit from coaching and organized racing events aimed at increasing the skill, ability and enjoyment of each individual.

San Diego Bicycle Club

SDBC is the oldest bicycle club in San Diego and since 1946 they’ve supported men and women riders of all ages, from Juniors to Masters! The club offers members training programs created by seasoned cyclists with many years of racing and coaching experience as well as a way to meet other recreational cyclists in the area.

Silicon Valley Triathlon Club

SVTC serves multi-sport athletes of all ages and abilities. Their goals are to provide educational and training activities, coached programs and seminars, and stimulate a team atmosphere in a supportive and social environment.

Join The Team

The Fluid Athlete Sponsorship program is a partnership between Fluid and select athletes that we believe will represent the brand well and exemplify the Fluid lifestyle.

 

We expect just as much from our athletes as they should expect from us. Our athletes work hard to promote the brand among their inner circle of friends, training partners and other athletes. Fluid Athletes earn their privileged product discount and other rewards for all of their hard work.

 

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