Pro Road Athletes

Emily Infeld


2015 World Championships 10,000m– 3rd place
2016 Olympian 10,000m
2017 World Championship 10,000m – 6th place
11x All American
NCAA Champion

Emily has quite the resume dating back to her high school days in Ohio where she was a National Champion and state record holder in the mile. She ran collegiately at Georgetown where she was 2012 NCAA 3k Champion, an 11 time All-American and led the cross-country team to the 2011 National Title. Her post collegiate career has had major highlights as well, perhaps none bigger than her Bronze Medal finish in the 10,000m at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing. Emily is a 2016 Olympian and once again represented the USA at the 2017 World Championships where she finished 6th place as the top American in the event.

Eliud Kipchoge


World Record Holder – Marathon (2:01:39) – Berlin 2018
First/Only Sub 2 Hour Marathoner – (1:59:40) – Vienna 2019
8 x World Marathon Major Champion
2 time World Championship Medalist
3 time Olympic Medalist
Husband, Father of Three

Eliud Kipchoge trains with the mantra – “No Human is Limited” and he has shown that first hand in his racing career. At just the age of 18 Eliud won a World Championship medal in the 5,000m and would go on to win 3 other global medals at the distance. However it was in 2013, when Eliud first started to show signs of what was to come in the future, by winning and breaking the course record in his debut marathon. It is almost hard to believe what would follow – 11 official marathon victories including 8 Marathon Majors, and the Olympic Games, twice setting course records in the London Marathon, and of course his world record run at the Berlin Marathon in 2018 (where he also broke the world records for 30k, 35k and 40k en route). Despite all of these accomplishments, they do not even mention what is perhaps Eliud’s greatest achievement as a runner – becoming the first and only human to run the marathon distance in under 2 hours – setting the world best 1:59:40 at the INEOS Challenge on a closed course in Vienna Austria in October 2019. Eliud was the 2018 United Nations Kenyan Person of the Year, and the 2018 and 2019 IAAF (now WAF) Male Athlete of the Year. Last but certainly not least, Eliud is a husband and a father of three, living and training near Eldoret, Kenya.

Desiree Linden


2018 Boston Marathon Champion
Two-time Olympian
9 top-5 finishes at World Marathon Majors
Two-time runner up at the US Marathon Trials
Coffee aficionado & owner of Linden X Two
Whiskey connoisseur. Music junkie. Book nerd. World Traveler.

In April of 2018, Des Linden braved headwinds and torrential rain to become the first US women’s champion at the Boston Marathon since 1985. Her win was one for the record books as she bested the field and the worst conditions in race history. Des, is a two-time U.S. Olympic Marathoner, finishing 7th at the Rio Olympic Games. She got her start at Hilltop High in San Diego suburb Chula Vista, California where she earned All-State honors. Linden attended Arizona State University where she was an All-American in both cross country and track. After graduation, she moved to Rochester, Michigan to join the Hansons Brooks Distance Project. She currently trains in Northern Michigan and continues representing Brooks. In 2019, Des returned to the Boston Marathon finishing 5th, and later that fall led the NYC Marathon field through the half marathon in 1:11:40 and finished in 6th place as the top American in the 4th fastest American time in history on the historic five-borough course. A self-proclaimed bacon aficionado, her hobbies include reading and writing, collecting assorted whiskeys, drinking Linden X Two Coffee, throwing first pitches at Major League ballgames, relaxing with her dogs Atlas and Boston, listening to good music and outrunning her husband, fellow marathoner, and Kona veteran, Ryan Linden.

Grayson Murphy


5 x NCAA All-American at the University of Utah
2nd American 2019 Boilermaker 15k
University of Utah School Record Holder – 3k Steeple, 5,000m (indoor and outdoor), 10,000m

Training in her hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah and a member of the Idaho Distance Project, Grayson is focusing primarily on road and trail races. Grayson is a 2018 graduate of the University of Utah with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a 5x All-American in Cross Country and Track. Her PR’s on the track include 32:28 in the 10k, 15:44 in the 5k, and 9:44 in the steeplechase. Most recently, Grayson finished as the 2nd American at the Boilermaker 15k in Utica, NY – the nation’s largest 15k race. Looking forward Grayson hopes to improve upon all of her PR’s as well as participating in a wide variety of trail, mountain, road, and cross country races.

Emma Bates


2019 Chicago Marathon – 1st American
2019 USA Marathon Champion
12 Time NCAA D1 All-American
2014 NCAA DI 10,000m Champion

Training in Boise, Idaho and a member of the Idaho Distance project, Emma is focusing primarily on middle and long-distance road races. Emma graduated from Boise State University where she was a 12-time NCAA Division 1 All-American and the 2014 NCAA Champion in the 10,000m. Since then, Emma has gone on to win the 2018 US Women’s Marathon championships, in addition to placing 4th in the 2019 Chicago Marathon with a personal best time of 2:25:27. Emma’s “free spirited” mindset has allowed her to become one of America’s top runners with an incredibly bright future.

Parker Stinson


2019 US 25k Record Holder
2019 Chicago Marathon – (1st American)
9 Time NCAA D1 All-American

The US Record Holder at 25k, Parker resides in Boulder, Colorado. He is a nine time All-American from the University of Oregon where he also finished 3rd in the 5,000 meters at back to back NCAA championships. In his youth, Parker was a 3-time Junior (U19) Champion at 10,000m. Some of his latest achievements include winning the 2019 USATF 25k Championship and finishing as the top American at the 2019 Chicago Marathon with a personal best time of 2:10:53. With the help of COROS, Parker hopes to continue to push himself beyond his limits to become an even stronger athlete.

Reed Fischer


20th Fastest Half Marathon in American History
Top American at 2019 Aramco Houston Half Marathon
4th Place in the USATF 10,000m
Championships Two-time member of Team USA

Originally from Minnesota, Reed currently lives and trains with Tinman Elite in Boulder, Colorado. As a founding member of the exciting young team, Reed found a knack for longer distances on the roads. A self-proclaimed late bloomer, he finished his career at Drake University with a 9th place finish at the 2017 NCAA Championships. A zero-time first team All- American, Reed has blossomed into one of the nation’s most promising runners. At just 24- years-old, Reed set a half marathon personal best of 1:01:37 and is planning to carry that momentum into his marathon career.