Team USANA Brand Ambassadors

Health.

The foundation of every athletic pursuit is strengthened by the individual health and wellness of its competitors. Our Team USANA athletes are careful to fuel their bodies with the very best supplements available, pay close attention to their dietary intake and, of course, get adequate exercise and rest.


Triumph.

Winning is what Team USANA is all about. Our athletes compete in many sports and speak various languages, yet they all have one thing in common: they’re all winners. From Grand Slam titles to championship belts, they are among the most decorated competitors in the world.

Drive.

Hard work. Dedication. Perseverance. Our Team USANA athletes are the living embodiment of the drive and consistent hard work that goes into overcoming adversity and becoming a champion. They are singular in purpose and passionate about their craft.



Courage.

Coming through when it’s all on the line. Not blinking at the critical moment. Risking it all when others would be afraid. That’s what Team USANA and its championship-caliber athletes are all about. They display remarkable courage in their preparation and performance.


Team USANA Athletes

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Tennis


Caroline Wozniacki


Denmark


Caroline is a former and current World No. 1 on the WTA Tour. She won her first Grand Slam title in 2018 at the Australian Open and has captured an impressive 28 WTA titles.


Fun Fact

Caroline is fluent in 8 languages including Danish, Polish, and English.


In Her Own Words


Boxing


Tim Bradley


United States


As a five-time World Champion, Tim’s biggest fight of his professional career took place June 2012 where he went head-to-head with Manny Pacquiao. Tim came out of the 12-round match victorious, bringing Pacquiao’s seven-year winning streak to an end. In 2013, Tim’s action-packed bout with Ruslan Provodnikov was named fight of the year. Tim recently retired with a professional record of at 33-1-2 with 13 KO’s


Fun Fact

He’s won five world titles since joining Team USANA.



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Austin Trout


United States


The southpaw champion first stepped into the ring at the age of 10 and has never looked back. Having won multiple titles along the way, Austin’s biggest fight came in 2012 when he defeated Miguel Cotto in a unanimous decision to take home the WBA World super welterweight title. Austin lost the belt to Saul Alvarez in 2013 and currently has a record of 30-3 with 17 KO’s.


Fun Fact

His nickname is No Doubt.



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Juan Diaz


United States


Juan “Baby Bull” Diaz made his professional debut at the age of 16 in 2000 and went on to win four world champion titles before retiring in 2011. Two years later Juan declared that he had “the fire back,” and ended his short-lived retirement by fighting Pipino Cuevas Jr. He has yet to lose a fight since stepping back in the ring and currently sits with a record of 41-4 with 19 KO’s.


Fun Fact

Juan only lost five of his 110 amateur fights.



“I felt the difference in my energy levels right away after taking the USANA* supplements. I felt so strong in the ring, I was starting to become afraid of myself! I have been able to train harder with more strength and endurance.” Tim Bradley

Hockey

Natalie Spooner


Canada


Bio Coming


Fun Fact

Natalie began playing hockey when she was four.



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Meaghan Mikkelson


Canada


Meaghan holds consecutive gold medals from the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics, a gold medal at the 2012 IIHF Women’s World Championships, and six silver medals from the 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2016, and 2017 IIHF Women’s World Championships. Her eyes are set on representing Canada again in South Korea.


Fun Fact

Meaghan placed 2nd on The Amazing Race Canada.


Snowboard

Skeleton

Alex Deibold

Alex Deibold


United States


From team wax technician to Sochi bronze medalist in a short four years, Alex’s steady performances and podium finishes on the World Cup circuit secured his place on the 2014 Olympic team. In a competitive field, the Vermont native went on to capture bronze in the men’s snowboard cross event.


Fun Fact

Alex began snowboarding at the age of four because it “looked cool.”



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Matt Antoine


United States


Bio Coming


Fun Fact

Matt was cut from his first skeleton camp.



“My body demands a lot from me both mentally and physically when competing in two different events, and USANA is a company that I know can help me feel my best no matter where I am or what my schedule looks like.” Devin Logan

FREEESKIING

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Devin Logan


United States


Considered to be the most dominant female freeskier on the U.S. Ski Team, the Sochi silver medalist is one of the only female athletes to compete in slopestyle, halfpipe and big air. Devin was crowned 2016 FIS Freestyle Overall Champion, becoming the first freeskier in FIS history to take home the coveted crystal globe.


Fun Fact

Devin used to be a freestyle skiing judge.



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Alex Ferreira


UNITED STATES


Bio Coming


Fun Fact

Captured his first gold Dew Tour medal in 2017.


Rugby

Track & Field

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Nathan Charles


Australia


Nathan plays hooker for The Western Force rugby team. Any elite athlete will tell you achieving success takes a lot of determination, hard work and belief in your ability. This has certainly been the case with Nathan since he was born with Cystic Fibrosis. He regularly uses his Western Force profile to raise awareness of the disease through a variety of media.


Fun Fact

Nathan was chosen as the Ambassador for Cystic Fibrosis Australia.



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Patricia Girard


France


Patricia Girard embodies the highest level of excellence, hard work, will power, determination, and self-transcendence. She is a world-class athlete, a determined and passionate woman, and a demanding coach who knows how to motivate her team. Patricia won a bronze medal in the 1996 Olympic games and gold at the 2003 World Championships as a key part of a relay team.


Fun Fact

Patricia was born in Pointe-à-Pitre, on the island nation of Guadeloupe.


Nordic Combined

Bryan Fletcher

Bryan Fletcher


United States


A childhood cancer survivor, Bryan captured a bronze medal at the 2013 World Ski Championships, made his Olympic debut in Sochi, and finished 15th in the 2015 FIS Overall World Cup standings after securing seven top-10 finishes on the World Cup circuit.


Fun Fact

Bryan Fletcher is a co-founder of ccThrive with Gavin Shamis.



Taylor Fletcher

Taylor Fletcher


United States


Skiing since the age of four the two-time Olympian has since helped Team USA capture its first Nordic combined World Ski Championships medal in Val Di Fiemme, Italy in 2013 and has captured 14 Continental Cup medals and three World Cup podium finishes.


Fun Fact

Taylor’s older brother is his teammate, Bryan Fletcher.



Speedskating

Ivanie Blondin

Ivanie Blondin


Canada


After converting from short track to long in 2010, Ivanie made her Olympic debut in 2014 where she competed in the 3000m, 5000m, Mass Start, and Team Pursuit events. The Ontario native was named 2015 Speed Skating Canada’s Long Track Athlete of the Year after winning the World Cup Champion title in the Mass Start event last year.


Fun Fact

When at home, Ivanie eats shepherd’s pie the night before a race



Brittany Bowe

Brittany Bowe


United States


An inline skater her entire life, Brittany traded in her wheels for blades in 2010. Since transitioning to ice the long track speedskater competed at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games and dominated the World Cup circuit, setting world records in the 1000m and 1500m events and capturing more than two dozen podium finishes.


Fun Fact

Brittany played basketball for Florida Atlantic University.