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Suunto Multisport Team season kick-off in St George

SuuntoRun — 21 March 2019

We brought triathletes, ultrarunners, off-road triathletes, and marathon runners to Southern Utah to launch our North American multisport team.

Last weekend 50 athletes from the Suunto Multisport Team descended on the trails of St. George, Utah, to kick off the team’s inaugural 2019 season. The Suunto Multisport Camp spanned three days, offering an opportunity for professional and amateur triathletes and runners to meet, participate in workshops and familiarize themselves with team product during group runs, rides and swims.


"This roster of athletes comprises a unique collection of elite and amateur athletes who all have compelling stories to tell,” says Caleb Whittle.


“The Suunto Multisport Camp served as the perfect venue for us to gather with teammates, team management, and sponsors to celebrate the start of what we hope will be an immensely successful 2019 season. While every member of this team is focused on performance and competition, this roster of athletes comprises a unique collection of elite and amateur athletes who all have compelling stories to tell,” says Caleb Whittle, head of brand marketing for Suunto in the Americas.

One of those stories came from Brian Boyle. After surviving an automobile accident that pulverized his bones and organs, stripped him of over 60 percent of his blood, stopped his heart eight times and left him in a coma for two months, Boyle powered through years of rehabilitation and has now finished seven IRONMAN 70.3s, seventeen marathons and two 100-mile ultramarathons, all while advocating for the American Red Cross.

“Getting to meet so many incredible athletes at the camp that share the same enthusiasm for the sport was amazing. It was very rewarding to learn about their backgrounds and experiences, train alongside them and to be able to learn from their training and racing recommendations. After returning from camp, I'm very motivated to go into my next race, represent the team and to follow my teammates throughout the year as they participate in their events,” Brian says.

Watch the video below to get a taste of what it was like in St. George!


Every member of the Suunto Multisport Team will be using the Suunto 9—our latest multisport GPS watch equipped with a 120-hour battery life, wrist-based heart rate and 80 sport modes. Additional sponsors who equipped the team included Enve Composites, Jaybird, Castelli, Blueseventy, BOCO Gear, Kanberra Sport, Petzl, Nuun, and Hyperice.  


Every member of the Suunto Multisport Team will be using the Suunto 9—our latest multisport GPS watch.


Suunto Multisport Team Roster 2019

  • Barbara Peterson
  • Brandi Swicegood
  • Caroline Coble
  • Chris Johnson 
  • Dave Orlowski
  • Deanna Newman
  • Derk de Korver
  • DJ Snyder
  • Eliot Scymanski
  • Ellen Hart
  • Elyse Gallegos
  • Emily Rollins
  • Felicity Joyce
  • Jacqui Giuliano
  • James Burke
  • James Hotson
  • Jeff Mutchie
  • Josiah Middaugh
  • Karsten Madsen
  • Katie Schick
  • Katie Thomas Morales
  • Kelly Lambert
  • Kelsey Withrow
  • Kinsey Laine
  • Lisa Roberts
  • Matt Davidson
  • Molly Smith
  • Ralph Nurse
  • Roger Thompson
  • Ryan Giuliano
  • Sam Long
  • Samantha Mazer
  • Samantha Snukis
  • Sarah Barber
  • Shannon Coates
  • Susanne Davis
  • Tim Hola
  • Timothy Winslow
  • Trista Francis
  • Adam Olson
  • Alex Borsuk
  • Allan Spangler
  • Beth Risdon
  • Brian Boyle
  • David Fuentes
  • Denise Sauriol
  • Jonnah Perkins
  • Jordan Grande
  • Justin Cogley
  • Kelly Young
  • Liz Canty
  • Nora Bird
  • Robert Steffens
  • Ryan Montgomery
  • Sawna Guadarrama
  • Tara Warren