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Janus has offered up $20,000 to be divided between charities selected by pro triathletes Hunter Kemper, Matt Reed, Andy Potts, Becky Lavelle and David Thompson.
All five of these American triathlon pros have raced this year’s Toyota Cup Olympic distance race series motivated by “more than just a place on the podium,” according to the charity program. Kemper is racing for A-T Children’s Project, Reed for the Blazeman Foundation for ALS, Potts for Eleonore Rocks, Lavelle for Jenny’s Light and Thompson for World Bicycle Relief. The $20,000 will be divided amongst the charities based on a vote conducted on Januscharitychallenge.com. To vote for an athlete’s cause or donate, go to the People’s Choice Award page.