Amanda Elmore

Bio Amanda is a member of the gold medal winning US Women’s Rowing Eight team and hopes to be a role model to athletes at all levels. Achievements 2016 Rio Games Gold Medal FEATURED SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Shaklee Energy Chews Shaklee Performance® Shaklee Physique® Advanced Joint Health Complex Shaklee Life Energizing Shake Enfuselle® SPF 30

Emily Regan

Bio Emily is a member of the gold medal winning US Women’s Rowing Eight team and says, “I like that Shaklee has a variety of products which are green and healthy. I think everyone can benefit from the products, and it is an honor to represent Shaklee.” Achievements 2016 Rio Games Gold Medal FEATURED SHAKLEE…

Amanda Polk

Bio Amanda is a member of the gold medal winning US Women’s Rowing Eight team and says she partnered with Shaklee because, “Shaklee has helped several other members of the Women’s Eight and they all highly recommended the products.” Achievements 2016 Rio Games Gold Medal FEATURED SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Advanced Joint Health Complex Enfuselle® SPF 30…

Kerry Simmonds

Bio Kerry is a member of the gold medal winning US Women’s Rowing Eight team. She said, “I am excited to be part of the Shaklee family.  I wasn’t familiar with Shaklee until I started rowing with the Women’s Eight, and then it seemed everyone was using Shaklee!  I love that the products are pure…

Katelin Snyder

Bio Katelin is the coxswain for the gold medal winning US Women’s Rowing Eight team. She said, “I use and appreciate clean and tested products – my teammates that are part of the Shaklee team feel the same way that I do about the importance of clean and pure food/vitamins/skincare etc, and they prefer Shaklee…

Mary Whipple

Facebook Twitter Video The brain in the boat BioAchievementsMore At 5 feet 3 inches and 106 pounds soaking wet, Mary Whipple is about 11 inches shorter and nearly 70 pounds lighter than most of her teammates. Sitting in the ninth seat—the only one facing forward—she’s also the only woman in the boat who’s not rowing…

Taylor Ritzel

Twitter Related Article Putting her back into it, every day BioAchievementsMore With eyes on the future, powerhouse rower Taylor Ritzel is focused on adding yet another gold medal to her collection. Always athletic, Taylor picked up an oar later than most of the elite athletes in the sport; a 6-foot-2 swimmer, she’d never participated in…

Meghan Musnicki

Facebook Twitter Website Never, ever, ever give up BioAchievementsMore Meghan Musnicki’s seat in the gold medal-winning U.S. women’s eight boat at the 2012 Games in London didn’t come easy. She didn’t go to a traditionally strong rowing college, and she was cut from the national team time and time again—in 2005, in 2008, and in…

Eleanor Logan

Facebook Twitter She just doesn’t quit BioAchievementsMore In third grade, she won the 100-meter individual medley in swimming at the Maine State Championship. In high school, she led her basketball team to nationals—twice. So when one of Eleanor Logan’s teachers at Brooks School suggested that she take up rowing for the spring semester, she did.…

Esther Lofgren

Website Facebook Twitter Intensely competitive BioAchievementsMore Esther Lofgren won gold in the 2012 Games in London in the women’s eight (a boat rowed by eight women pulling eight oars). She’s also a seven-time US national team rower and current world record holder in the eight. When she’s not rowing, Esther is an avid blogger and…