Flying Saucers

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Flying Saucers

At Sauce, our mission is to create fun and functional active wear which promotes healthy lifestyles by making it enjoyable to be outside. To embody this mantra, we wanted to come up with a way to support elite athletes who are out striving for excellence in their sport. They would be Sauce ambassadors and inspire people to keep moving.

Because their speed and ability is “out of this world,” almost alien, we have created a program appropriately named the Flying Saucers.

This program supports athletes by producing each Flying Saucer’s own original pattern and creating Sauce products to help them in their sport. Not only will you see them competing in their headwear, you get a chance to purchase their print for yourself. And a portion of the proceeds goes directly back to the athlete to support their endeavor.

Check out these Flying Saucers and help them take flight.

Interested in becoming a Flying Saucer?  We will be taking applications for new program ambassadors in February, so check back for the application form.

Annie Hart

Annie-Hart_Swift-ToqueOriginally from Minnesota, Annie didn’t focus on nordic skiing until her junior year of high school at St. Paul Academy.  She instead spent her formative years testing out a wide spread of activities, ranging from an unsuccessful soccer career to a decidedly more successful running one.  After winning the Minnesota State Nordic Skiing title her junior year, Annie went on to qualify for the U.S. World Junior Team her senior year and also place second by the slimmest of margins her senior year Minnesota State meet against now Olympian and U.S. Ski Team member Jessie Diggins.  Annie then made the move east to Dartmouth College, where she majored in Government with a focus on International Relations and also raced her way to 5 NCAA Division I All-American titles and a spot as the captain of the Dartmouth team her senior year.  Upon graduating in June 2014, Annie accepted a spot on the Stratton Mountain School T2 team alongside many Olympians, U.S. Ski Team members, and other NCAA All-Americans.  Her first year of professional skiing saw a best ever finish at US Nationals with a 4th place finish, her best U23 World Championships placing, and numerous top 10s on the competitive Europa Cup circuit.  With her sights set on the 2018 Olympics, Annie has been more focused than ever on her fitness, technique, and continued love of the sport as she enters her second year of professional racing.  Annie’s other passions lie in cooking (eating), reading, writing and also working with the younger generation on skills to pursue a happy, healthy, and active outdoor lifestyle.

Follow Annie on her website