Caleb and Hannah (brother and sister duo) live in Denver Colorado.



Hannah Reese, RDN (Registered Dietitian Nutritionist)

I had a problem. I was allergic to corn, gluten, peanuts, soy and dairy. I was also a competitive runner and there were no corn free sports drinks on the market. So, in 2017, I created 90g, a top 12 allergen friendly, exceptional tasting, research based and completely natural ingredient sports drink to meet the needs of endurance athletes.
My motto: Don’t stop. Overcome. Grow beyond.
  • 2017 Quad Cities Half Marathon Third Female Overall 
  • 2015 Tri Ark Olympic Triathlon Third Female Overall 
  • Half-Marathon PR 1:26:25 
  • 5k PR 17:20



Caleb Reese, Pursuing Doctorate of Chemistry, Expected Graduation 2022

Three years ago I began cross-country mountain bike racing. In 2017, I represented Colorado School of Mines at the Collegiate National Championships and placed 10'th and 11'th respectively in short track and cross-country. I also participated for Pedal Pushers Racing Team in the Expert and Pro categories. Currently I am pursuing a PhD degree in chemistry researching polymers with the goal of entering the polymer industry. In between my daily research and teaching responsibilities I enjoy training in the foothills of Golden Colorado.
  • 2017 King of the Rockies First place Expert Men 19-29 
  • 2017 Firecracker 50 Fifth place Men Duo Team Relay 
  • 2017 Desert RATS Classic Fourth place Open Men 
  • 2017 The Bailey Hundito Second place Men 19-29


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Katie Taylor,  Masters in Qualitative Research with a Business Focus

Hannah and I met in college, and quickly became close friends as we bonded over running, nutrition, and everything in between! We have been teammates, roommates, and yes, even competitors :) Being a part of the 90g team is a huge honor and privilege for me as I continue to train and compete in trail and ultra running. It excites me to be a part of a company who’s mission is to help athletes find their breakthroughs. I love sharing and spreading this powerful message! 

  • 2017 saw 4 course records and overall female wins in trail races from 17 miles to 50k
  • 1 mile PR 5:14