VO2 Multisport Staff Members
Jeremy has an extensive background in the financial services industry. He spent the first 10 years of his career in the bank channel as a branch manager, wealth manager, and commercial lender. He also spent a couple years as a business consultant for a non-profit while at the same time teaching college classes at Indiana Southeast. Currently, he is not only the owner of VO2 Multisport but he also works as the National Key Accounts Manager, b/d & RIA sales for Great American in Cincinnati.
Jeremy has a passion for endurance sports. He strives to be an ambassador of the sport the shop represents and those in which he actively participates. His main goal is to be a steward of the community in which he serves and remain focused on the athlete’s needs.
You can find Jeremy spending time outdoors with his wife and two sons. Or you may be able to find him adding to his endurance race resume which includes 2 long course Ironman events, a 100-mile endurance run, whitewater kayak races at the GoPro Mountain Games, and even a 50-mile run that started by jumping out of an airplane.
Husband, father, coach aka Bad Ass… Known as “The General” to his peers and “Coach” to Louisville’s Junior Development: Team Revolution Devo, Joe has coached several of our Louisville youth to National Championships and International Competition and adults of all ages to personal bests from their first century to the glory of the finish line at Ironman.
Joe has run marathons and triathlons but his passion is marathon mountain bike racing and ultra-endurance gravel racing. Joe has been with VO2 Multisport since 2012.
Jennifer has been professionally involved in the fitness industry for over 10 years. Her primary focus is teaching and training in both group and individual settings. Jennifer has extensive experience teaching Core, Kickboxing, Weightlifting, Bootcamp and TRX classes. She maintains both Group & Individual TRX Certifications. She is certifed by the American College of Sports Medicine for Personal Training and loves to challenge her clients physically and mentally to achieve their fitness goals.
Jennifer also actively participates in running, Crossfit and triathlons. Jennifer lives in Louisville, and is married to Bart Miller. They have one son, Rudy, who is almost 8 months old. They also have two dogs, Boedie & Taz (Rhodesian Ridgebacks).
Rachel Langdon. Originally from England Rachel came across the pond on a division one soccer scholarship. After graduated she tried her hand at triathlon to stay in-shape before finding a love for the bike and may be a slight dislike for swimming and running.
Rachel is now in her second year and a professional cyclist and has become a household name on the US pro road and criterium racing scene. As a dedicated teammate and driven athlete, Rachel works harder than any one we have ever seen. 20 degrees or 5am starts don’t deter her from putting in the hard work and logging the miles.
Some of her staple ride names include Ninny Spinny, Adventure Wednesday, Fluro Friday’s and Steady Eddy Sunday’s.
Todd started cycling nine years ago. Todd became interested in triathlon after working Ironman Louisville with the EMS bike response team. He started running and learning how to swim shortly after. He completed his first sprint distance triathlon in March of 2015.
Since then, he has competed in the Shelbyville Sprint Series, Bowling Green Sprint, TriIndy Olympic distance, and Ironman Ohio 70.3. He also enjoys running half marathons and mountain biking.
Todd and his wife Jennifer are currently expecting their first child.
Korey, originally from Owensboro, Ky, moved to the Louisville area in May. He also works for the Jeffersontown Fire Department. Korey has always been an avid cyclist as well as a bike wrencher who just loves bikes. His father, Larry Myles, deserves all the credit.
Korey raced on the National Junior Circuit in high school, competing in states from Florida to Illinois. He mostly raced TBRA events and The Lance Armstrong Spring Series. He raced for 3 years seeing the podium numerous times and placing in the top 15 in the USA Cycling Criterium Nationals in U-19. That was the peak of his high school cycling. Afterwards, he took a 9-year hiatus from the sport.
Korey got back into cycling in April of ’16, averaging around 150-200 miles per week just to regain his fitness back. He fell back in love with the sport. Becoming a triathlete and eventually an Ironman has ALWAYS been a goal of his. He began his triathlon journey last year, registering for IM Muncie in 2017. Korey is very excited to be a part of the VO2 family and hopes to help expand VO2 in 2018.
Cheers for going fast!
Pam Henehan is a self employed accounting consultant whose background includes over 25 years as a controller in various industries including construction, staffing and real estate. She started her own company in February 2017. Pam graduated from Bellarmine College with BA in Accounting and began her career in public accounting with Deloitte Touch (formerly Touche Ross). She currently resides in Jeffersontown, Kentucky.