Staff Biographies

Bo Lackey

Bo is an Alabama boy, born and raised.  He has moved on occasion and traveled extensively, but always comes back to the Gulf Coast.  He spent his earlier years in the military and had a long and successful career in law enforcement, keeping the peace. He has completed Ironman Wisconsin and Ironman Louisville, 4 half Ironmans, the Chicago Marathon, and numerous other endurance events including the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon, century (100 mile) bike rides, Ragnar Run Relays, and GORUCK Challenges. He has coached athletes with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program, is a certified yoga teacher, and is currently working towards a personal training certification.

Chris Landrum

Chris is originally from Birmingham and attended Clay-Chalkville High School. While running on the track and field team he decided to continue his career in college and moved to Mobile to attend the University of South Alabama. While at USA he discovered how much he truly hated the humidity. After suffering an injury, he received the opportunity to get involved in an assistant coaching position for Murphy High School's track team. Through coaching he saw the importance and need to help others see what they are capable of through setting goals and applying themselves. Years later, after graduating from college, he got involved in endurance sports and, after his first Duathlon, he was hooked. Chris now mostly enjoys swimming, biking, running, and just about any activity outside. What he has enjoyed the most is what these sports have shown him about himself and the incredible people that he has met along the way. He is most looking forward to investing his time into others and helping them to achieve their goals.

Allison Gaillard 

 Allison moved here from Jackson, AL where she found her passion for helping others get back to their active lifestyle. Allison is finishing up her educational career at the University of Mobile where she has majored in Athletic Training. She understands through her own injuries how discouraging it can be to not be able to do what you love and the importance of prevention of injuries. Allison enjoys training for Sprint Triathlons, century bike rides, spending time with her family, and staying active. Her upcoming goals include running a half and full marathon this year and possibly even an Iron Man. Allison loves helping others find what fuels them, and injury prevention. 

Amanda Freyaldenhoven

Amanda is originally from Ohio, and moved down to Mobile, AL in 2015 with her husband Mike to raise their family close to the coast. Amanda ran track and cross country in High School and also stayed active with a range of sports such as soccer, dance, gymnastics and cheer-leading. She then continued to cheer in college while at Wright State University, in Dayton, OH. Amanda has her hands full as the mother to two little boys, Michael, Noah, a baby on the way, and a husband who  recently started doing Triathlons this year. Amanda has plans to complete her first 10K in 2018. Amanda hopes to help others reach their goals too. 

Connor Allred

Conner is a Mobile native, a high school graduate of Cottage Hill Academy where he ran cross country. Connor is starting his Sophomore year at the University of South Alabama where is majoring in Marketing. When Connor is not attending classes you will find him on the track Pole Vaulting for the Jaguars. Connor brings his passion for running to others. 

Madelyn Watkins 

Madelyn, a native of Texas is finishing up her Senior Year at Baker High School. Madelyn runs both cross country and track and field for Baker and has signed on to continue running at University of Montevallo where she will major in Education. Madelyn understands the importance of longevity in her running career and enjoys helping others find what works for them. 

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