Team Mannatech Olympian James Johnson Chosen to Lead the Way!
On May 9, the USA Wrestling Olympic coaches committee selected James (JJ) Johnson as the USA Wrestling Olympic Coach for the 2012 Olympics. Congratulations JJ!
Besides being a Team Mannatech athlete, JJ is a man of many talents. He’s an elite sports trainer for dozens of Olympians, professional athletes and young people; a skillful public and ...
Team Mannatech Represents Big Time on U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team!
Congratulations to Clarissa Chun, Justin Lester and Spenser Mango for making the U.S. Olympic team!
With her recent win in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Clarissa Chun is the first woman wrestler in U.S. history to make two Olympic teams. Besides competing on the 2008 U.S. Olympic team where she took 5th place, some ...
Jason Lester Never Stops On March 19th 2012, ultra-endurance Team Mannatech athlete, Jason Lester, will begin on a Journey for a Better World. He will be running and biking 102 days and over 4,700 miles across the United States, relaying the Nike message that a better world starts with sport.
Steve Edwards – Olympic Games News Steve Edwards from Moreton is one of 100 people selected to be part of the British Telecom Storytellers campaign to help capture the excitement in the run-up to and during next year’s games.
Rip Oldmeadow Places 16th at the Olympic Distance Lavaman Hawaii Triathlon March 28, 2010 – Rip Oldmeadow, just two weeks after his 12th place win at the China Ironman, does an amazing job at the Olympic Distance Lavaman Hawaii triathlon, placing 16th overall in a race consisting of 900 athletes. What’s next for Rip? Look for him April 18th in New Orleans for the Ironman 70:3.
Rip Oldmeadow Places 12th in the 2010 China Ironman March 14, 2010 – Rip Oldmeadow placed 12th overall in the 2010 China Ironman, winning 1st place age grouper. This qualifies Rip for the Ironman Hawaii World Championships in October. Join us in congratulating Rip for a job well done.
Steve Edwards – New Guinness World Record Holder August 17, 2009 – Steve Edwards confirmed as the new Guinness World Record holder for ‘Fastest time to complete ten marathons in ten days (male)’ at the 2008 Brathay Challenge. Steve’s time was 35 hours 20 minutes and 45 seconds.