ROLL Recovery announced its partnership with On Athletics Club (OAC), a Boulder, CO-based training group of world-class track and field athletes coached by three-time U.S Olympian and former American Record Holder Dathan Ritzenhein.
ROLL Recovery and OAC have partnered to develop a recovery and performance facility for the athletes of OAC as they prepare for the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
“We are so excited to be partnering with On Athletics Club as they prepare for the Olympics this summer,” said ROLL Recovery Founder Jeremy Nelson. “When the opportunity presented itself to help design a space for OAC, it was something we were thrilled about. As a company, it’s been our mission to help athletes everywhere stay healthy and chase their dreams, so we couldn’t be more thrilled to work with OAC and coach Dathan Ritzenhein as they gear up for the Olympics.”
The mission of OAC is to develop and support disciplined athletes to become champions in their respective sports. Its current roster includes Oliver Hoare, Leah Falland (O’Connor), Carlos Villarreal, Emily Oren, Alicja Konieczek, George Beamish, Alicia Monson, and Joe Klecker.
“Our partnership with ROLL Recovery in designing a training and recovery space has given the OAC a home base as they prepare for the Olympics Games and beyond,” said Coach Ritzenhein. “A top priority when we formed the team was to give them the supportive environment needed as world-class athletes. This space gives them the tools they need to keep training hard every day to be their best.”
The Olympic Games begin on July 23, 2021 and run through August 8, 2021.
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