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Professor Greg Whyte OBE Named Director of Sports Science and Performance for Altitude International

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla., Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Altitude International, Inc (OTCQB: “ALTD”) announced today that renowned Sports Scientist and Olympian Professor Greg Whyte OBE will become an integral part of the Company’s operations and has been named its Director of Sports Science and Performance. Professor Whyte recently returned to ALTD’s Board of Directors and will now be leading the Company’s research and development initiatives as well as the formulation of unique position specific training protocols for every ALTD client. He will also be monitoring and directing the after-sales of ALTD’s simulated altitude chambers worldwide.

Professor Whyte is a well-known authority on Hypoxic Training, Exercise Physiology and Sports and Exercise Performance. He has extensive professional experience assessing, treating, and improving the performance of patients, sporting enthusiasts and elite athletes. In 2014 Professor Whyte was awarded the Order of the British Empire by The Queen for his services to

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Greg McElroy Names Ohio State’s Biggest Key To Beating Clemson

Ohio State's Justin Fields runs the ball against Clemson in the College Football Playoff.
Ohio State’s Justin Fields runs the ball against Clemson in the College Football Playoff.

The Ohio State Buckeyes will be rare underdogs in the College Football Playoff when they take on the Clemson Tigers.

It’s not hard to understand why. They had their hands full with Northwestern and Indiana, while Clemson easily crushed Notre Dame and have more wins. But ESPN analyst Greg McElroy believes that there is a way for the Buckeyes to spring the upset.

During ESPN’s College Football Playoff Selection Show this past week, McElroy said that if Ohio State wins the ball control game, they can win the game. He believes that keeping Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence off the field is the key to winning.

“I don’t like the idea of allowing Trevor Lawrence to have the football for 30, 32 minutes of the game,” McElroy said. “I think this is gonna be a situation

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