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Team Potato

You are a competitor, you are persistent, you strive for everyday to be better than the last. You train and compete not only to win, but to beat your personal best. You know that what you feed your body can make the difference between winning, achieving a PR, reaching your goals or not.

Team Potato is made up of athletes just like you who are dedicated to performing their best athletically and in everyday life.

Join the Team Potato community, train and compete fueled by potatoes, compete in athletic events, and share your experience to earn Team Potato gear and prizes.

Throughout the year you’ll have a chance to enter into a drawing to win exciting trips and prizes. First up is a trip for 2 to Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas November 16-18, 2019.

Let’s have some fun together. Join Team Potato. Perform at your best and show everyone what’s possible when you fuel with potatoes. Beyond that, join this community to see what you’re capable of when fueled by potatoes.

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Potato Nutrition

A by-the-numbers look at how potatoes can power athletic performance¹:

26 grams of carbohydrate: Count on the quality carbs in potatoes for optimal mental and physical performance.² ³ Plus, potatoes contain as much if not more of several essential vitamins and minerals than spaghetti, brown rice or whole wheat bread (compared on a per-serving basis).

620 Milligrams of Potassium: With more potassium than a medium-size banana, potatoes are perfect for aiding muscle, cardiovascular and nervous system function during long endurance events.

110 Calories for Energy: Easily digestible and more energy dense than any other popular vegetable, potatoes are a good choice to fuel the demands of racing a triathlon.

  1. Nutritional data is based on a medium-size 5.2 ounce skin-on potato.
  2. Nutrition and Athletic Performance. Position of the Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics, American College of Sports Medicine and the Dietitians of Canada. Med Sci Sports Excerc. 2015; 48:543-568).
  3. Burke LM, Hawley JA, Wong SH, Jeukendrup AE. Carbohydrates for training and competition. J Sports Sci. 2011; 29 (Suppl 1): S17-27).
  4. Gelibter A, et al Satiety following intake of potatoes and other carbohydrate test meals. Ann Nutr Metab. 2013; 62:37-43




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