Veo Athletes

Top professionals and amateur athletes around the country and the world are using Veo to keep sweat out of the their eyes during training and competition. 

Edwin Avila Vanegas

Burgos BH - Edwin is a former Colombian national road champion and two-time points race world champion on the track. He took up road racing four years ago and spent the last two seasons with US Continental Team Illuminate before moving to Israel Cycling Academy in 2019. In 2021 Edwin moved to ride with the Burgos BH squad.  He competed in team pursuit at the 2012 Olympic Games and continued racing on the road with the Colombian national team. He upended the Colombian championships in 2016 when he beat Sergio Henao, Nairo Quintana and a host of other WorldTour riders for the victory.

Tom Bohli

Team Cofidis - A Swiss rider who originally competed in mountain biking as a junior, Tom turned to road biking and never looked back. He rode for the Swiss National team and turned pro with BMC Racing in 2016. He has consistently shown that he has a phenomenal engine. He proved that he is capable of hitting the high watts when he took his first win as a pro rider in the Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen prologue in 2016. Tom has phenomenal dedication to the sport; he not only competed around the world in 2016, he also completed his University degree. Tom moved to Team Cofidis in 2021 after two years with UAE. Look for the team to showcase him in exciting time trials and prologues.

Sam Brand

Team Novo Nordisk - A classic multisport athlete, Sam played football, basketball and track throughout his early years, and as a collegiate triathlete finished second at the British Nationals. Since 2015 he’s focused on cyling, first joining Team Novo Nordisk’s development squad and advancing to the pro team in 2018.

Sam has since childhood been affected by diabetes. Riding for TNN allows him to serve as a role model and ambassador, and he relishes the opportunity to show others with diabetes the path to accomplishment.


Scott Fliegelman

Scott is an IPTPA Level 2 certified Pickleball coach and Director, a 5.0 rated player, and ranked in the top 10 on the Senior Pro Tour. Scott has been coaching for more than 30 years in sports such as tennis, skiing/ snowboarding, running, cycling and triathlon. .

Deals on Wheels

Ben and Summer Deal ran together in high school, but didn't start dating until Summer was out of college. A couple of weeks after they started "talking" Summer signed up for her first triathlon in order to impress Ben. Needless to say, it worked. They both come from running backgrounds, but found that triathlon offered more training diversity and less risk of injury. After a three year stent in Albuquerque, NM, they have recently moved back to Charlottesville, VA in order to focus their careers in triathlon. Summer is a Registered Nurse with a Masters in Public Health and Ben graduated with a degree in film from Columbia University . They found a love of triathlon together, and became pro's after getting married. Summer is a triathlon/multisport coach through Good Stuff Coaching, and enjoys working with athletes of all background and abilities. They've got a great 1985 Dodge camper van too, and love to camp and train out in nature whenever possible.

Chris Donlon

Chris is a Southern California Native amateur triathlete who competes in short-course and 70.3 distances and has multiple division podium finishes. He lives and trains in Oceanside and serves the local endurance sports community as a sports injury therapist. As a head-shaver who sweats a lot, he found Veo to be a complete game-changer in eliminating burning eyes and distorted vision as performance inhibitors.

Matt Fitzgerald

Matt is an endurance sports author, coach, and nutritionist who is currently training for Ironman Santa Rosa.

Isabel King

Isabel King has always been ambitious. From competing as a Division I college athlete to working on Wall Street to pursuing her MBA, she's consistently pushed herself to do more, learn more, achieve more. That internal drive has enabled her to take a turn she never saw coming: shelving plans for an office job while she competes as a professional triathlete.

Dan Martin

Peet's Coffee Racing

World Champion Cyclist

Kevin Metcalf

Peet's Coffee Racing

US National Champion Cyclist

Michael O'Rourke

Peet's Coffee Racing National Champion Silver Medalist

Jana Richtrova

Jana Richtrova is a highly competitive amateur triathlete and a certified triathlon coach. She has not only won an amateur Ironman title (Cozumel), the USAT Long Course National Championship and numerous other races, but has stood on the podium multiple times in Kona at the world championship. Just this year she won the AG North American Championship in Texas.

Meghan Taff

Revolutions in Fitness - Meghan not only competes in triathlons - including two Ironmans and a host of 70.3s, Olympic, and Sprint distance triathlons - but also helps ready others to do so as well. At her California practice, she performs soft tissue work, triathlon-specific video analysis, and overall strength and conditioning with her patients. Meghan won the Gateway Triathlon in 2013 and is a four-time USAT Age Group Nationals Qualifier. She does not shy away from challenges, completing events such as the Ultimate Run, the Epic Ride, and the Super Swim with her triathlon team, Team Sheeper. In her spare time, Meghan can be found volunteering at local races in the Bay Area.