Marine. OIF. OEF. Purple Heart. Marathoner/Ultra runner
Micah is a Marine Corps combat vet, husband, father, and a PTSD/suicide survivor. He was deployed to Iraq in 2008 and Afghanistan in 2009 as a lead machine-gunner in the "Lava Dogs" division -- the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines, based out of Hawaii.
He started running several years ago, as “his therapy” and credits it with saving his marriage and life. He does not claim to be anywhere near an elite athlete but enjoys seeing how far he can push his body and headspace mentally, physically, and emotionally in his training and for races.
Micah has completed six marathons including the famed Boston and New York City marathons and three ultra-marathons.
American Actress, Writer, and Former Professional Triathlete
Born in Concord, MA, Jenna is best known for her role as Tracy in the 2016 SyFy feature film "ICE SHARKS" and for her appearance on Last Call With Carson Daly in 2010.
Prior to embarking on her acting career, Jenna attended Harvard University where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. A member of both the swim and track teams at Harvard, she found a natural transition to a professional career as a triathlete. As a member of the US National Team, she finished 2nd at the 2009 US National Championships and represented the US at the 2012 Olympic Trials. Notable career accomplishments include a closely contested 2nd place finish at the Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon in 2010, and victories at the 2009 Mazatlan Pan American Cup and 2013 New York City Triathlon.
During her triathlon career, Jenna was ranked as high as #1 in the USA and #17 in the world. While sponsored by Hyundai, she served as an ambassador for their Hope On Wheels pediatric cancer foundation. She retired from professional competition in the spring of 2014.
Since retirement, Jenna has spent time developing a documentary project on brain health and identity in athletes. Redirecting her competitive passions, she has won numerous surf lifesaving competitions, including the Cape May Point Women's Challenge 5 times and the LBIBPA Ironwoman event 4 of the 5 years it has been contested. She also won her debut marathon which qualified her to race Boston in 2019.
Multi Motorcycle Champion (Reigning AFT Production Twins Champion)
Reigning AFT Production Twins king James Rispoli is a key figure in the new wave of high-profile road racers who have returned to their dirt track roots as of late even after enjoying global-scale success on pavement.
More than a decade ago, Rispoli was one of the brightest stars in the flat track world. He finished the 2009 season as the GNC2 championship runner-up, trailing only future Grand National Champion Brad Baker while placing ahead of such talents as Jeffrey Carver Jr, JD Beach, and Shayna Texter. Shortly thereafter, Rispoli struck off in search of road racing success, the result of which was a pair of AMA SuperSport national championships and British Supersport stardom. He also found the time to make record-breaking runs at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Rispoli came back to American Flat Track in 2019 and did well to shake off the rust and pick up where he left off. He claimed four podiums and eight top-ten finishes in AFT Production Twins competition, while securing another five top-ten finishes in the hotly contested AFT Singles series. Rispoli took his racing career to new heights in 2020, storming to the AFT Production Twins crown with seven wins and four runner-up finishes in 15 races.