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"The list of athletes utilizing altitude tents is impressive. Among them are: Three-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong; Swimming world record holder Ed Moses; Carlsbad resident and Olympic triathlon silver medallist Michellie Jones; Chula Vista’s Curt Clausen, holder of seven American race walking records; Track star Suzy Favor Hamilton, the second-fastest American woman in the 1,500 meters.”
San Diego Union Tribune, September 2001
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)
B.J. Penn An American professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner also Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight champion.
Cung Le – 3x world Champion
Dan Henderson An American Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter and was the last Welterweight (183 lb.), and Middleweight (205 lb.) champion of the PRIDE Fighting Championships.
Dan Puder an American professional mixed martial artist who trains at the American Kickboxing Academy, known for having competed in the MMA promotions, Strikeforce, X-1, and BodogFight. He is also a professional wrestler, best known for his stints in World Wrestling Entertainment, Ohio Valley Wrestling, and Ring of Honor.
Debi Purcell Professional female Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Fighter, trained by the legendary Marco Ruas. The Founding mother of FighterGirls.com
Emyr “the shark” Bussade A Brazillian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt and Professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Fighter.
Joe Lauzon Mixed Martial Arts fighter from Brockton, Massachusetts
Nick Thompson – Bodogfight Welterweight Champion. 34-9 overall and 17-1 in last 18. "I love the tent. My cardio has never been better."
Lloyd Irvin Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – Proudly Supporting Lloyd Irvin Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Kent Bostick (USA) – "I'm probably the oldest athlete in an endurance speed sport." A Masters athlete in cycling who is still going strong and winning championships in his early 50s, read more >
Craig Evans (USA) – Elite (Professional) Triathlete. You can catch Craig throughout the Nashville area participating in a variety of triathlon related events. read more >
David Clinger (USA) – Professional road racer of Rock Racing Team
Matt and Tiffanie (USA) – Green Mountain Stage Vermont Race,
King of the Mountain and Sprinter Jersey Awards
Gregg Germer (USA) – Klaipeda Splendid Cycling Team, Belgium 2007, Flanders Pro Cycling Team
Mari Holden (USA) – US Olympic team, Sydney 2000, 1999 USCF National Champion
Karen Kurreck (USA) – Olympian Sydney 2000, World Championships Gold Medalist ITT.
Martin Lamontagne Lacasse
Ann Marie Love (USA) Track – 5-time Master Regional Omnium Track Champion
"All I know is I am riding harder, longer and with folks I couldn't stay with on
the flats, let alone match on a climb before. I can't qualify my feelings about the improvement the Hypoxic Tent gives me with hard data but I'll tell you this, I don't plan on spending a single night outside it!"
Chann McRae (USA) – US Postal Service Team, US Pro Champion 2002, Top US rider World Road Championship 2000.
Matt and Tiffannie Novakowich (USA)
Mike Sayers (USA) – Health Net Pro Cycling Team, 2003-2004, Mercury Cycling Team, 1998-2002
Matt White (Australia) – Confidis cycling team, Olympic team Athens 2004
Michellie Jones (Australia)– 2000 Olympic triathlon silver medalist, 2006 Hawaii Ironman Winner
Clas Bjorling (Sweden)– Top professional international Ironman competitor, 2002 Junior World Champion, Hawaii Ironman
Lewis Elliot (USA) – Top male triathlete, 1st place in 15 nationwide triathlons including Arizona, California, Florida, Las Vegas.
Heather Fuhr (USA) – Top female Ironman competitor, winner of over 10 Ironman championships all over the world including 3-time Ironman USA Champion!
Simon Lessing (Great Britain) – World Cup Champion Triathlon, Zurich 1998
Siri Lindley (USA) – 2-time world champion triathlete and now training coach for age-group triathletes.
Paula Newby-Fraser (USA) – One of top 5 female athletes of last 25 years, 8-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion! Winner of 22 Ironman championships overall. "Greatest Triathlete in History" Triathlete Magazine (1999)
Jan Rehula (Czech Republic) – World-class triathlete
Sergio Silva (Portugal) – 3-time National Duathlon Champion, 2-time under 23 European champion, 3 years top 10 in the world
Roger Thompson (USA) – 2005 USAT Triathlete of the Year for Pacific Northwest
Greg Welch (USA) – 4-time world champion triathlete, Hawaii Ironman Champion.
Track and Field
Shalane Flanagan (USA) – 2008 Olympic Games bronze medalist; 2008 Olympic Trials 10,000m champion and 3rd in 5,000m; 2007 Visa Indoor champion; 2007 USA Indoor 3,000m champion; Two-time USA Outdoor 5,000m champion (’05, ’07); Two-time USA XC 4km champion (’04 & ’05); Two-time NCAA XC champion (’02, ‘03); 2003 NCAA Indoor 3,000m champion; 15-time NCAA All-American
John Rankin Rising U.S. track & field star
Dan Alterman (Israel) – 2nd Place 2005 Bank of America Empire State Building Run-Up
Curt Clausen (USA) Race Walk – 2-time US Olympian, 2000 and 2004.
5-time US champion 50K and 20K
"The HTS is one of the greatest products to have ever been developed. This has made my recovery from training so much faster and, more importantly, it has given my blood the legal "boost" that it needs to be competitive at the world level."
Dean Dobberteen (USA) Ultra Running – winner 2003 Pacific Coast Trail 50 mile
Suzy Favor Hamilton (USA) – Three time US Olympian! Fastest 1500m woman in the world in 2000!
“Since I've been using my altitude-simulating tent, my personal best times have come down quite a bit and workouts feel easier after sleeping in it over a period of a couple of weeks. It's great sleeping at altitude here in Wisconsin!"
Dean Karnazes (USA) Ultra Marathon Running – 50 Marathons in 50 States in 50 Consecutive Days finishing with a 1300 mile run from New York City to St. Louis, MO
Lorna Kiplagat (Kenya/Netherlands) Long Distance – 4 time marathon winner and Olympic athlete. Founder of High Altitude Training Camp in Iten, Kenya.
Debbi Lawrence (USA) Race Walk – 4-time US Outdoor Champion, 3-time Olympian
"Hypoxico's HTS has caused great physiological changes within my body and I will not be without it as I train for my third Olympic Team in 2000.”
Shiloh Mielke (USA) – 26, Hendersonville , NC was named to the team by the USATF Mountain Ultra Trail Council. Mielke finished third at the Vail Mountain Trophy Race. He was fifth at the 2006 USA National 10Km Trail Championships and third at the Teva VailHillClimb. Mielke won the 2005 Shut In Ridge Trail Race, a 17.8 mile trail race in Asheville , NC , breaking the course record by over five minutes. His PRs include a 29:48 10Km and a 14:35 5Km. Mielke won the 1997 and 1998 NCHSSA Men's Cross Country State Championships, the State Championships in the 2 mile in 1997, 1998, 1999 and the mile state championship in 1999. He was a scoring member on the 2003 Northern Arizona University Cross Country Team which placed third in the NCAA. He attended Brevard College from 1999 to 2001 and Northern Arizona University from 2001 to 2004. Mielke’ s goals are to be a pro mountain biker and also professional trail runner.
David Morris (USA) Marathon – US Olympic team, Sydney 2000. US marathon record holder
Alice Schmidt (USA) – 2008 Olympic Trials runner-up; 2006 USA Indoor champion; Two-time NCAA Outdoor champion (’02, ’03); 2006 USA Outdoor runner-up; 2005 USA Indoor runner-up; Three-time ACC Indoor champion (’01, ’02, ’03); Two-time ACC Outdoor champion (’01, ’02); 2001 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor runner-up.
Schmidt qualified for her first Olympic Team after her runner-up finish in the women’s 800 at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials…
Rebecca Stallwood (USA) Marathon – US Olympic team, Sydney 2000. US marathon record holder
Russ McBride (USA) – Set first record climbing 15 of California's 14,000-foot mountains in nine days
Sean Swarmer (USA) – First cancer survivor to climb Mount Everest
Richard Wiese (USA) – President of the Explorers Club, TV Host and Adventurer.
"Just got back from Mexico where I successfully summited and returned from the peak of 17,300ft Iztaccihuatl in three days. The rest of my crew stopped at 13,000ft due to head aches and illness. There is no doubt that normally I would have been in a great deal of pain or unable to accomplish this if I had not trained with my Hypoxico unit. With Thanks, Richard"
Ghale Treks and Expeditions, Tours and Travels
Nuno Vicente – This athlete is attempting to swim across the English Channel
Proudly supporting Nuno Vicente and Open Water Portugal. Learn more at: http://www.openwaterportugal.com/
Roland Schoeman (South African) – 100m Freestyle/Individual Medley World record - FINA World Cup 2005, 100m Freestyle Silver Medal - Olympics 2004, 4x 100m Freestyle Relay Gold Medal - Olympics 2004, 50m Freestyle Bronze Medal - Olympics 2004
”(Ed) Moses trains in his sleep; Breaststroker rigs chamber at home in quest for world record, ’04 gold medals” USAToday, July 2001
“(Ed) Moses, the swimmer, began sleeping in an altitude tent in January. Less than three months later, he set three personal bests, including world records in the 50- and 100-meter breaststroke.” San Diego Union Tribune, September 2001
2-time Olympic medalist, Sydney 2000. Owns 11 US National Titles!
Jennifer Devine MD (USA) – 2-time Olympian, 1996 and 2004. 2001 single skulls national Champion!
“At some point I felt like I had become a physical machine! The system brought my level of fitness and racing to a new level. I felt more prepared for this Olympics than any other race that I’ve done in my career!”
Katerina Neumannova (Czeck Republic) – 2-time Olympic medalist in
"The Hypoxic Systems have allowed me to prepare my body and mind for the conditions I will be competing in during the most important events of my life. I can develop my career and stay in my home environment. It is really helpful being in a good shape for upcoming events."
Marty Craggill (Australia) – Member Valvoline Race Team 2002, Bruce Transportation 2003.
Jeremy Lawson (USA) – Rising star with multiple 1st place finishes in the 2007 ATVA National Motorcross Series
KC Boutiette (USA) – 3-time US All-Round Champion, 1994, ’96, ’97. 3-time Olympian, 1994, ’98, ’02. 2-time world record holder.
“David Beckham has been told to lie back and think of England. The national team captain has left his marital bed to sleep in an oxygen tent on his floor in an attempt to help his recovery in time for the World Cup.” Telegraph News, April 2002
“To speed up his recovery, Beckham is apparently sleeping in a sealed low-oxygen tent - this gives him the effect of high altitude to help keep his fitness level up whilst he is unable to run.”
Soccer (Football) Star of England’s Manchester United
Cleveland Indians – Encouraged by professional strength coach Fernando Montes
The Ireland Rugby Team: Lions Squad
Olympics and University Research Facilities
installations have been in use for almost a decade at some of the worlds top organizations
and institutions including:
U.S. Olympic Committee
Norwegian Olympic Committee
ARCO Olympic Training Center,
Finnish Olympic Committee
Czech Republic Olympic Committee
New Zealand Olympic Committee
Brazilian Olympic Organization
German Olympic Committee
Australian Olympic Committee
Canada Olympic Winter Sport
Quebec Government, Secretariat of Sport
The Ireland Rugby Team: Lions Squad
Research Universities Include:
University of Scranton, USA
Kent State University, USA
University of Calgary, Canada
Osaka City University, Japan
University of Glamorgan, UK
San Diego State University, USA
University of Innsbruck, Austria
Universität Tübingen, Germany
Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln,