Ryan and Sarah Hall.
They're all big names when it comes to running and they're all participating in the 2014 Bolder Boulder.
The race announced the teams for the International Team Challenge on Wednesday and the Halls, Flanagan and Kastor highlight the American squads.
New this year is that there will be three American teams in both the men's and women's races.
The men's red team will include Ryan Hall, Luke Puskesdra and Jeff Eggleston. Bobby Curtis, Sean Quigley and Ben Bruce make up the men's white team. And Tyler McCandless, Stephen Pifer and Brent Vaughn will be the blue team (formerly Team Colorado). Pifer and Vaughn are both former University of Colorado athletes, while McCandless is an assistant coach at Centaurus High School.
On the women's side, 2008 Olympic bronze medalist Shalane Flanagan (10K), 2004 Olympic bronze medalist Deena Kastor (marathon) and Sara Hall make up the red team. The white team includes Kellyn Johnson, Adriana Nelson and Renee Bailee and the blue team includes Wendy Thomas, Brianna Nelson and Mattie Suver.
Highlights of the other teams competing in the International Team Challenge on Memorial Day include:
• Two-time defending Bolder Boulder champion Alan Kiprono on Team Kenya.
• Three-time women's winner Mamitu Daska (2009, 2010, 2012) running for Team Ethiopia.
• 2009 Bolder Boulder winner Tilahun Regassa on the men's squad for Team Ethiopia.
The International Team Challenge starts with the women's race at 11:15 a.m. Monday. The men's race begins at 11:26 a.m.
The Bolder Boulder begins with the wheelchair race at 6:55 a.m. and is followed by thousands of participants in the citizens waves.
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