Sugoi Performance Apparel has announced the names of their 2016 sponsered professional triathletes. The roster has expanded globally from previous years. It now includes: American Andy Potts (newly-signed), Liz Lyles (returning), Germay’s Andreas Dreitz (returning), Denmark’s Michelle Vestervy (new) and Canada’s Brent McMahon (new).
“This year’s roster shows SUGOI’s continued commitment to growing the sport of triathlon on a global level,” said Ian Domaas, Sugoi’s General Manager. “Our 2016 roster is stacked with incredible top-tier talent and we look forward to supporting our athletes with leading edge performance apparel.”
Sugoi Pro Triathletes will compete in the 2016 Triathlon apparel collection including the Racing Systems Tri Speedsuit, recently named “Gear of the Year” for it’s innovative fabrics, design and all new TriLite Pro Chamois technology. They train year round in the award winning Racing Systems Jersey and Shorts with all new Formula FXE chamois.
Olympian Brent McMahon is an ITU World Cup Champion, Xterra Champion, Ironman 70.3 Champion and Ironman Champion. He made his Kona rookie in last year, at which he placed 9th. His five 2015 podium finishes and 2014 Ironman Arizona course record mhave set him up for another great year. He joins Sugoi as he aims for top placements at Ironman World Championships, Challenge Triple Crown Bahrain and Ironman 70.3 Championship in 2016.
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Andy Potts, who recently signed with Cannondale, had a fantastic 2015 season which included four Ironman and Ironman 70.3 wins. Liz Lyles and Michelle Vesterby have each earned podium finishes in their pro careers so far and Andreas Dreitz and earned a couple wins as well as Ironman 70.3 World Championship’s fastest bike title.
For more information on SUGOI and the brand’s 2016 athlete partnerships, visit www.SUGOI.com.