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‘Bat Boy’ to Bronze Medalist – Snowboarder Alex Deibold Answers 9 Questions

Alex Deibold won a bronze medal in snowboardcross at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. We spoke to Alex last month about his introduction to the sport, his fascinating journey to the medal podium four years ago, and how he incorporates WHOOP into his training. Unfortunately, Alex fell just shy of making the U.S. team…

From the Backyard to the Olympics, Literally – Tucker West’s Story

“My family and I have always kind of been Olympic nerds,” Tucker West told us. “Every time they’re on, we watch non-stop from the opening to closing ceremonies, we absolutely love it. I first saw luge when I was seven years old during the 2002 games in Salt Lake City. It just seemed so cool…

‘Ultimate Sledding’ – 9 Questions with Team USA’s Chris Mazdzer

Chris Mazdzer is a two-time Olympian who will once again be representing Team USA Luge at the 2018 winter games in PyeongChang. We had the opportunity to chat with Chris about his training, why he started using WHOOP, and what it’s like to slide down the ice at close to 90 miles per hour.  …

#WHOOPEd Weekly Digest, Vol. 24

Lifting weights to reduce back and muscle pain, running to combat memory loss, and sunglasses to manage your stress?   Tuesday, October 17 Could running combat early memory loss and the prevalence of dementia? Staying active for brain health https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/04/well/move/for-your-brains-sake-keep-moving.html The process of creating new neurons, called neurogenesis, can be altered by lifestyle. In a…

Duke Men’s Basketball Optimizing Performance with WHOOP

In the spring of 1980, Duke University hired 33-year-old Mike Krzyzewski to be its men’s head basketball coach. By his sixth season, Krzyzewski had the Blue Devils in the national championship game. Duke fell to Louisville, but Devils senior Johnny Dawkins was the 1986 tournament’s leading scorer. Two years later, junior center Danny Ferry led…

9 Questions with Sue Bird, WNBA Superstar

Basketball legend Sue Bird answers 9 questions about her performance lifestyle as a professional athlete. At UConn, Sue Bird won two national championships and was the Naismith College Player of the Year during her senior season. In the WNBA, she’s captured two championships with the Seattle Storm and has been a league All-Star a whopping…

My Quest for Glory on the Sled

How did I get into skeleton? I grew up in Modesto, California as the oldest of three children. My family was always fairly active, up in the mountains skiing, or out at the lake waterskiing, inner tubing and wakeboarding. My siblings and I are all are pretty competitive, everyone played a couple of the same…

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