INFINIT Announced as the Title Sponsor and Official On-course Nutrition of the American Triple-T and TOUGHMAN Ohio

American Triple-T and INFINIT celebrate their 15th anniversaries together with weekend long race at new location — 3 days, 4 triathlons, 1 epic event 

Cambridge, OH February 21, 2019 — INFINIT Nutrition, the original custom nutrition company, is proud to announce they will be teaming up with HFP Racing as the title sponsor and official on-course nutrition of the American Triple-T and TOUGHMAN Ohio. INFINIT and the American Triple-T are both celebrating their 15th anniversaries in 2019, and are excited to crown the landmark year with this epic event.

The American Triple-T is a weekend event consisting of four different triathlon distance races spanning three days. The longstanding event has been described as “hardcore racing, the way triathlon used to be.” Athletes have the option to partake in a single race or go all-in by doing the entire weekend of racing, ranging from a super-sprint triathlon to a half iron (70.3) distance.

The event will take place at a beautiful new location this year, Salt Fork State Park in Cambridge, Ohio. Participants will be challenged with chilly swims in Salt Fork Lake, a hilly bike course with over 5000 total feet of climbing, and a unique run course through the Shadbush trail system.

“One of the things we are most excited about with the new venue is how family-friendly it is,” said Race Director, Shannon Kurek. “The park has 55 cabins, on top of almost 150 rooms, all steps away from the transition and finish line areas. Racers can use this weekend as a race-cation and bring the whole family!”

INFINIT will supply the aid stations with their natural all-in-one endurance fuel, as well as post-race recovery nutrition for the multi day event.

Team INFINIT pros will be attending and racing throughout the weekend, including 6th place 2018 IRONMAN World Championship finisher Matt Russell. Russell will be the keynote speaker at the Saturday evening participant dinner, where he will hold an exclusive Q&A session and talk about his incredible comeback journey following an accident during the 2017 IRONMAN World Championship.

“We are excited to be teaming up with HFP for the 15th annual American Triple-T,” said INFINIT founder and CEO, Michael Folan. “The event really gives you the old school experience of how triathlon used to be. It’s all about hanging out, having fun, pushing yourself to your limits and going hard the entire weekend.”

The epic weekend event kicks off the evening of Friday, May 31st with the Super Sprint race (250 yard swim, 3.72 mile bike and 1 mile run). Saturday is jam packed with two extreme (1 mile swim, 24.66 mile bike and 6.55 mile run) and two sprint (½ mile swim, 12.77 mile bike and 3.1 mile run) distance races. TOUGHMAN Ohio serves as the finale for the weekend on Sunday, June 2nd. The 70.3 distance race gives participants a chance to battle the challenging bike and run courses and compete for the top honors of being a named “Toughman.”


About HFP Racing:

Founded in 1988, HFP Racing has been serving the multisport community for over 30 years. HFP Racing is a family owned business, that over the last 3 decades has been blessed to have played a significant role in the building of multisport within the Mideast region. HFP Racing is committed to producing events that support their core values and mission to provide a world class race experience with a family friendly feel.

About INFINIT Nutrition:

INFINIT Performance Nutrition specializes in providing customizable nutrition-solutions that naturally maximize the performance of athletes worldwide. INFINIT’s unique customizable system gives athletes the ability to design their own sports fuel formulas, made with all-natural ingredients, to their exact specifications. Developed with the patented Osmo-FITTM system, INFINIT products and formulas are designed to be isotonic and easy to digest, even in the most grueling conditions. For more information about INFINIT Nutrition, visit or on social media @infinitnutrition