Professional Tennis Player – Eugenie “Genie” Bouchard became a household name in 2014 when she became the first Canadian singles player, male or female, to be ranked in the top five in the world. She had started the year at number 32, and is now one of the top ranked Canadian tennis players.
Professional Trainer/Domin8 Corp. – Nate has been in the fitness industry for over 15 years and is the owner of an international body transformation company called Domin8 corp. Domin8, is a company that has received 2 International Coaches of the year awards.
Marathon Winner & Olympian Hopeful – Benard Onsare is a Calgary local, originally from Kenya. He has won several marathons and is currently the Calgary Marathon course record holder. Onsare hopes to beat impressive 2:22:47.35 finish that broke a 21-year old record in 2012 and working towards representing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Ex-Navy/Oil & Gas Worker – Andrew Cooper is a family man and an ex-navy member, currently working offshore Newfoundland in the oil industry. Andrew is no stranger to fast paced jobs where there wasn’t always time to have a coffee for a long shift. Now he uses neuenergy in family Sunday drives, before the gym, in his desk at work, and offshore.
Olympian & Entrepreneur – Michelle is a six time World Champion and swam on the Canadian National team for over ten years. She became the first ever Albertan to win a Summer Olympic Gold Medal, and was inducted into Alberta and Canada’s Sports Halls of Fame, The Canadian Olympic Hall of and International Aquatic Sports Hall of Fame.
Olympian & World Record Holder – Allan Coulter was a member of Canada’s National Men’s Volleyball Team from 1979 to 1992. He is considered one of the senior statesmen of Canada’s National Men’s Team program having competed in over 700 international volleyball matches. Allan Coulter was recognized by his peers in 1992 for holding the world record for the most international volleyball matches played.