Australian professional snowboarder Torah Bright, who was a stand-out competitor and medalist in the 2014 Winter Olympics, has joined Team 4Life. Already a fan of the health and wellness company’s products, she will endorse 4Life’s Transfer Factor® line.
Bright was a Silver medalist in the Half-pipe competition of the most recent Winter Olympics in Sochi, winning Australia its first medal of that year’s Games. Adding to the Gold she had won in the same category in the previous Olympics in 2010, Bright became Australia’s most successful Winter Olympics athlete. She’s also won two Gold and two Silver medals for her performance in the Snowboard SuperPipe competition at the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado, and in 2013 took first place at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colorado.
Growing up in Cooma, New South Wales, Australia, Bright was first introduced to 4Life products in 2013 through her mother, Marion, who was already a long-time distributor for the company.
“Torah’s spirit, discipline, and character exemplify what we look for in Team 4Life members,” said Trent Tenney, Senior Vice President of Marketing. “I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with her at 4Life Global Headquarters and I can attest to the passion and determination she demonstrates in competition. We are thrilled to welcome her as the first new Team 4Life member in 2015.”
By joining Team 4Life, Bright, who just won Bronze in the Women’s Snowboard SuperPipe competition for the 2015 Winter X Games in Aspen last week, will become part of a group of world-renowned athletes who excel in their disciplines.