We’re so excited for the inspiring athletes of Front Range Elite, who are closing out 2022 on a major high note. 

Front Range Elite is an organization dedicated to fostering a running career and helping athletes reach their full potential; Floradix is proud to collaborate with the team. As this year comes to an end, let’s look back at some of their many achievements — they may just inspire you to get moving or work toward a big goal of your own in 2023.

Sophie Seward qualified for the Olympic Trials in the marathon at Grandma's this past June, running a 2:35. She placed fourth in the Boulder Bolder Citizen's race,fourth at the Indy 500, and third at Horsetooth Half.

Sophie Anders won Behind the Rocks 30k and the Black Squirrel 1/2 Marathon Trail race. She placed second at the Horsetooth Half Marathon, Never Summer 60k, and Firekracker 5k.

Audrey Sutter won the Nebraska State Fair Half Marathon and Boulder Peak Duathlon.

Sarah Anderson placed third at the Black Squirrel 1/2 Marathon Trail. Anderson suffered an injury for most of the beginning of the year, but is fully recovered and ready for upcoming races.

Jenna Bensko took second place at Run Rabbit Run 50-miler and fourth at Never Summer 60k.

Grace Morgan won the Imogene Pass trail run and took second at the Mountain Games Vail 20k trail race.

AnnMarie Kirkpatrick finished second at Mad City 50k and ran a world standard and broke the Colorado Master's one-mile record. She took first at Bill Snyder Half Marathon and Masters at Cherry Blossom 10-miler and won Master's XC Nationals.

What to expect from the FRE team in 2023 …

Kirkpatrick and Seward will compete in a 50k in February in efforts to secure a spot on Team USA. 

Want more from the FRE team? Sutter shared her journey with Floradix® Iron + Herbs Herbal Supplement, while Seward told us all about how she overcame setbacks and found the perfect iron supplement to help her set a new pace.*