Creating Human Synergy

Project Athena Race Team

The Project Athena Racing Team is comprised of four Elite Athlete Survivors of medical or traumatic setbacks who race to share with other Survivors ‘What’s Possible.’ Team members Robyn Benincasa, Louise Cooper, Danelle Ballengee and Anne Hall have all competed at the highest level in the world’s most grueling challenges setting records and winning championships.

As “Presenting Sponsor” of the Project Athena Racing Team, Peloton will receive excellent exposure at all races, team training events, interviews, photo shoots and media appearances associated with Project Athena’s competitive events.

Get Involved … Attend the nationwide race events, host a booth and reach out to race competitors about the offerings of your company.

Meet The Project Athena Racing Team

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Peloton Global Distribution Services® is proud to support the Project Athena Racing Team, Project Athena Racing and Adventure Series, and World Class Teams. At Peloton we believe that optimal success can only be achieved by working together. Our partnership with these organizations provides us with excellent and unique opportunities to grow our business, build our brand, help others achieve their dreams and be a part of a championship team.

Peloton is granted 10 entries into each relay marathon / marathon hosted by the Project Athena Foundation. Grab your top clients, active employees and start a team! We are dedicated to health and wellness this year, let’s make the most of it by participating with a unique group of dedicated athletes, bound to spark our inspiration and dedication to not only ourselves, but to everyone in our lives.

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Project Athena Races

The Project Athena Race Series offers something for everyone: A Half Marathon Run, 5K Team Adventure Hike & a 1K Kids Merrell Fun Run with the proceeds all benefiting survivors! The proceeds raised help support local survivors that live in your community and across the nation.

Peloton will gain national exposure in race promotional materials, website, race registration content, social media pages, event advertising, on-site banners, start and finish line structures and the “Why We Race” a 30-foot inflatable wall which is signed by all participants and is transferred from city to city with reflections on the event by racers and survivors.