Mario Fraioli is a Bay Area-based running coach who has guided athletes to personal bests, Boston Marathon qualifying times, national championship wins, Olympic Trials appearances, international podiums, world championship teams, national records, and even the Olympic Games. He's the former senior editor at Competitor magazine
Yassine has been racing at a consistent and high level in the ultra running scene, competing in many races of different lengths and difficulty around the world. Some highlights include: 3x Western States 100 (once in the top ten), 3x HURT 100 (once in the top 3), UTMB (top 100), represented the USA in the IAU World Trail Championships in 2015, and many more. He attributes this long time consistency and performance in the sport to good health and nutrition
Fiona Hayvice is a talented self-taught ultrarunner from New Zealand. Despite relatively short competitive career, she has a long list of significant achievements including a win at the Tarawera Ultra 102K. Fiona also placed multiple times top 5 in highly competitive ultra races. In 2017, she ran very strong at the Western State 100 and placed 5th.
Once upon a time professional triathlete and 2x Ironman Champion. A year after stepping away from triathlon the trails called my name. I fell in love with exploring my Big Island home and going places only my legs could carry me. 2017 was my season of roots & rocks…landing me a spot on the start list for the HURT100 in January 2018.
Johnny is an OCR athlete who also enjoys trail and mountain running. He grew up playing soccer at a competitive level. In college, he played for the San Jose Earthquakes and later was recruited to play for California State San Bernardino division 2 team. When taking a break from soccer, he decided to try obstacle courses racing. He was imminently attracted to OCR and since then he has been very successful.