Christopher Bergland is a world-class endurance athlete, coach, author, and political activist. He has a Guinness World Record for running (153.76-miles in 24 hours on a treadmill) and is the three-time champion of the Triple Ironman, which is a 7.2-mile swim, 336-mile bike, followed by a 78.6-mile run done consecutively. He completed the Triple Ironman–which is the longest non-stop triathlon in the world–in a record-breaking time of 38 hours and 46 minutes.
Christopher is a founding partner of City Coach, a New York City based multi-sport coaching service. (www.citycoach.org) He is the author of The Athlete's Way: Sweat and the Biology of Bliss (St. Martin's Press).
Christopher Bergland aspires to bring you inside the athletic mindset and process of success in sports and competition so that you can better understand your psychology surrounding physical activity and take your life to a higher ground.
Christopher is an ambassador for Kiehl's Since 1851 and has been alligned with their "Spirit of Adventure" for almost two decades. He is actively involved in promoting the Alliance for a Healthier Generation's (www.healthiergeneration.org) fight against the childhood obesity epidemic.
Christopher is also a co-organizer of the annual Provincetown 10K charity run (www.Provincetown10K.com) which is held annually the first Sunday after Memorial Day.
He has a daughter who was born in 2007 and divides his time between Provincetown, Boston, and San Francisco.