CrossFit Games Silver Medalist
Laurie Meschishnick first entered a CrossFit gym in May of 2010. In 2011 she took her first trip to the CrossFit Games in Carson, CA. where she took home a Sliver Medal in the Masters' competition. In 2012 Laurie was the only returning athlete from 2011 to qualify to the final workout competition garnering her a 6th place finish. After a two-year hiatus, Laurie is very excited to be heading to the 2015 Games as a Nutrié Elite Athlete. Nutrié products along with proper nutrition have played a key role in Laurie’s success and performance as a top level CrossFit athlete.
Bruno Guevremont is an extreme adventurer who recently braved a trek to the North Pole where he had the honour of planting both the Nutrié & Canadian flags in the snow. Bruno has many years of elite military training, along with the discipline that is required, to take on these amazing adventures. When he is not traveling the world, Bruno can be found passing on many of his life lessons to students at his CrossFit studio in Victoria, BC. As a Nutrié Elite Athlete, Bruno will soon be headed on the biggest trek of his life yet to climb the tallest peak in the South Pole. Stay tuned for details.
2 Time National Volleyball Champion
Lauren Carrasco's (O'Reilly) extensive volleyball background starts from her high school days at Pacific Academy where she earned a AA provincial MVP followed by seven years playing for Fraser Valley Volleyball Club (FVVC) where she earned two National Championships and two MVP's.
After one year at Michigan State University, where she set the record for most assists in one year and successfully led her team to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, she transferred to Trinity Western University. She started coaching with her former club (FVVC) and helped TWU to its first ever women's volleyball CIS medal. She also spent years on provincial teams, the junior national team, and the senior national team where her highlight came when her team qualified for the 2010 World Championships in Japan. Through this tournament, Lauren was named the 13th ranked setter in the world and finished up her indoor volleyball playing career with a year of professional volleyball in The Netherlands where her team finished 2nd and also were named Super Cup Champions.