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Gabi Viteri & Robby Chalfant

Innovations in Recovery - Bemer

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Gabi Viteri began snowboarding at eight years old and turned pro at 13. With her lengthy 10 years in professional snowboarding, traveling the world, she was sponsored by Burton Snowboards and a few other notable companies. Signed with Octagon Agency, she had coverage in Transworld Snowboarding, Snowboarder, Pleasure, Nylon, Seventeen and many other publications. After competing in the professional circuit globally she transitioned to film and debuted in Burton Snowboard first online series, along with a few noteworthy all women's snowboarding films. Alongside her athletic career, Gabi was involved with charities supporting communities around the world such as Africa and Mexico, to help receive clean water, education, and sports programs. Gabi is now working with Bemer to assist in the health of other athletes as they travel through their careers in sports and life. Gabi is passionate about helping everyone reach their peak performance mentally, emotionally and physically, creating a well-balanced success.

Robert Chalfant grew up in Northern Indiana with a passion to run. He competed all 4 years and swam the last 2 years of high school. After several top finishes at state, he received a scholarship to run both cross county and track at Purdue University and studied Business. However, his collegiate career was cut way short due to injuries, and ended just after his freshman year. After a hiatus from sport, at the age of 33, he decided to pick up the sport of Triathlon, quickly climbing the ranks and earning his pro card.  He remained in the amatuer ranks for another year and just recently competed in his first pro race.  As a late bloomer in triathlon, Robby wanted to find a way to catch up to the competition and began working with Bemer to aid in his recovery, so he could push harder in his training.  It's worked!  Now he's not looking back.

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