Rootine Partners with U.S. Team Snowboarders Taylor Gold and Lucas Foster
Rootine is thrilled to announce a partnership with U.S. Team snowboarders Taylor Gold and Lucas Foster. Both Gold and Foster take their health seriously and know the importance of fueling their bodies to meet the demands of their very active lifestyles. As the newest Rootine athletes, they represent what it means to optimize your health and performance starting at the cellular level.
Taylor Gold holds many titles, including champion at the Copper Mountain U.S. Grand Prix/World Cup, silver medalist at the Mammoth Mountain U.S. Grand Prix, bronze medalist at the Breckenridge Dew Tour, two-time champion of the U.S. Revolution Tour and most recently silver medalist at Copper Dew Tour. Gold was born in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Snowboarding runs in the family – his sister Arielle Gold is an Olympic bronze medalist. Taylor is a veteran in the pipe and is arguably United States best bet to medal in the half pipe in the 2022 Olympics.
Lucas Foster was born in Telluride, Colorado, where he grew up snowboarding and skateboarding. After facing personal and professional challenges, Foster rose to the top of his sport while realizing the importance of character and perseverance to success. At 22, Foster is one of the younger boarders on the Team USA which makes his future that much brighter. Under the tutelage of Gold, Foster is shaping up to be a force to be reckoned with in the half pipe.
Gold will be representing Team USA in the 2022 winter Olympics while Foster is a top fighting contender for a spot on the team.