High Performance Breathing Technology Runners Patrick Feeney and Chris Giesting paced their four man team in the 4 x 400 metre relays for Team USA over two days to win the Gold Medal in the IAAF World Indoor Championships and nearly break the world record.
HPBT Runners Feeney and Giesting along with National Indoor Champion Vernon Norwood, Kyle Clemons, Calvin Smith and Elvyonn Bailey of team USA displayed a memorable performance in front of a sell-out crowd at the Oregon Convention Center for the IAAF World Indoor Championships held March 19 and 20, 2016.
Team USA finished with a 3:02.45 win, the third-fastest time ever indoors, just 0.33 seconds shy of the world record they set two years ago in Sopot, Poland. Bahamas (3:04.75) and Trinidad and Tobago (3:05.51) produced national indoor records to complete the medalists.
Chris Giesting, when asked about High Performance Breathing Technology and the Oxygen Advantage stated, “Since adopting the program in September it has improved my overall health, increased the threshold at which he was able to train in order to accomplish more during a single workout providing the edge of margin to separate himself from his competitors.’ Giesting, the fastest leg runner in the heats, produced a superb run (45.34) to build up an unsurmountable lead in the third leg of the finals as Norwood took the baton with the clock at 2:17.47.
Patrick Feeney, when asked about High Performance Breathing technology stated, “After a couple of weeks working with High Performance Breathing Technology’s Oxygen Advantage program I have been sleeping better than ever and feeling much more calm and relaxed. It has helped me focus on the race at hand, trust my training and get my mind right for the best times I have ever run.”
Mark Andrew Zwartynski, Managing Partner of High Performance Breathing Technology, stated, “The combination of Founder Dr. Martin Denbar’s Airway Management strategy and Patrick McKeown’s Oxygen Advantage has introduced the newest natural program to improve athletic performance and be an alternative to certain illegal banned substances, the latter for which we are very proud of.”
Silver went to the Bahamas; Bronze was won by Trinidad & Tobago with Jamaica finishing fourth.