Atlanta Track Club Partners with Thorne HealthTech

ATLANTA - August 23, 2022 -- Atlanta Track Club Elite, the competitive Olympic development, masters and youth training group of Atlanta Track Club, today announced a partnership with Thorne HealthTech ("Thorne") (NASDAQ: THRN), a leader in developing innovative solutions for a personalized approach to health and wellness, to ensure its professional athletes have access to the highest-quality nutritional supplements and solutions available.

As part of the multi-year agreement, Thorne is the exclusive performance nutrition partner of Atlanta Track Club, providing products to the Club's sprinters and distance runners. Athletes will also have access to Thorne's medical experts for individual consultation. Additionally, discounts will be available to Atlanta Track Club's 30,000 members while also sharing cutting edge health and wellness information with Atlanta Track Club's community.

"As a trusted brand to thousands of athletes around the world, we are excited to be able to share a wide variety of our nutritional supplement products with the metro Atlanta community," said Paul Jacobson, CEO of Thorne HealthTech. "Atlanta Track Club is doing such meaningful work in the community by providing a space for athletes of all levels to grow and compete and we look forward to supporting its members with the highest-quality products to optimize peak performance and live healthier longer."

"To compete with the best in the world, our partners need to be the best in the world," said Rich Kenah, Atlanta Track Club's CEO. "When it comes to the nutritional supplements our athletes need to stay healthy and recover, there is no company more safe and reliable than Thorne."

Coached by Amy and Andrew Begley, Atlanta Track Club Elite features Olympic hopeful athletes from the 100 meters to the marathon. In 2022, five athletes - Allie Wilson, Olivia Baker, Sadi Henderson, Daniel Nixon and Shane Streich - represented the Club at the USATF Outdoor Championships. Gemma Finch competed at the British Championships. Two athletes - Yolanda Ngarambe and Samson Colebrooke - competed at the World Athletics Championships.