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Maddie has spent her life in Colorado. She is originally from Denver and now is living in Southern Colorado in the town of Salida. Maddie has been fly fishing since she was a teenager and guiding professionally for the past five years. She finds a sincere joy in taking others outside to experience a day on the water. In addition to teaching others to fish, Maddie has a love for adventure and travel. It is her passion to visit all corners of the world in hopes of learning about different cultures, fisheries and maybe to catch just a few fish too. In addition to fishing, Maddie loves to be home with her fiancé, Nick and their fluffy dog, Tuco. She likes to mountain bike, cook and it is her goal to have a small farm one day (near a river of course).

Johnny Collinson didn’t waste any time getting to the top of mountains. As a young child, he’d explore his home mountain of Snowbird, Utah – where his dad worked as the ski patrol director and his family lived in employee housing at the base of the mountain. In the summers, he and his family – including older sister, Angel, also a pro skier – would climb peaks all over the west, with Johnny summitting Mount Rainier at age four and soon knocking off other iconic peaks like Mount Whitney, Mount Hood and Mount Shasta. By age 17, he became the youngest person in the world to climb the Seven Summits, the highest peak on all seven continents, including the world’s tallest, Mount Everest. But he’s not just an accomplished mountaineer. Johnny is also one of the world’s top big-mountain freeskiers, a Junior Freeskiing Tour champion at age 17 who went on to compete on the Freeride World Tour. He now claims a sought-after spot as a regular in Teton Gravity Research films, travelling from Alaska to Kosovo to Japan to find powder, jumps and more. “It’s all about having fun,” Johnny says. “I try to have the best day ever, every single day.”

The daughter of the ski patrol director at Utah’s Snowbird ski area, Angel Collinson grew up in employee housing at the base of the mountain, becoming a skier not long after she learned to walk. As kids, she and her parents and her younger brother, fellow pro skier Johnny Collinson, would spend summers living out of their family’s van and climbing peaks all over the western United States. An elite ski racer through her teens, Collinson gave up racing at age 19 and started entering big-mountain freeskiing contests, all while studying environmental law at the University of Utah. In her first year on the Freeskiing World Tour, in 2010, she won the overall title as a rookie, which she claimed again the following year. By 2013, she’d transitioned to filming, with a breakout part in Teton Gravity Research’s annual ski movie. Now a regular star athlete in TGR’s films, Collinson’s claimed many awards for her film parts, including become the first female in history to win Best Line at the Powder Video Awards for the footage of her slashing a steep spine in Alaska. “You consciously choose the way you want to live,” Angel says. “I grew up in the mountains and I love skiing because of that connection to nature. I enjoy things that make you feel really connected.”

Garry Tonon (MMA 5-0, BJJ 64-23 Black Belt) is a 2x ADCC vet, World and Pan American Champion and 5x EBI Champion. In 2017, Garry transitioned from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to Professional MMA, finishing his each of his opponents in his first 5 matches. Garry is one of the most exciting submission grapplers in the world, having won the award in 2017. He has fought in all weight classes and always pushes the action. He is an original member of the prestigious Danaher Death Squad of the Renzo Gracie Academy in New York City and was inducted into the New Jersey Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2018. He is incredibly excited to be representing CBDistillery’s world class grappling team in the upcoming Abu Dhabi Combat Championships in 2019.

Cat Zingano is a trailblazer for women in mixed martial arts. Before becoming a leading contender in the UFC’s bantamweight division, Cat was an All-American wrestler in college. Since joining the UFC in 2013, she has fought some of the biggest names in the sport including Amanda Nunes, Ronda Rousey, and Meisha Tate. As a single mother and fighter, Cat’s personal story is incredible.

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