William J. Shea, JrChairman, Co-Founder
Bill is a co-founding member and serves as Chairman of Pegasus. Bill is a Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist who developed and successfully launched key technology services and capabilities at Nighthawk Radiology Services. Prior to his career at Nighthawk, Bill spent 15 years in private practice as a partner with South Texas Radiology. He currently serves as a Medical Advisor to two start-up medical device companies, and he is an avid endurance athlete and a finisher of the Boston Marathon and Ironman Coeur d’Alene.
Stan joined the company on January 1, 2013 and his current role is as an advisor. He brings deep sales and marketing experience in the fitness industry and personal connections to elite athletes. Prior to his involvement with Pegasus Sports Performance, Stan was a Director of Fitness Sales and Marketing at Garmin Ltd. where he helped successfully launch Garmin’s fitness division and generate compounded annual sales growth of 65%. He possesses a deep network of Olympic-level athletes, coaches, race organizers, and sponsors. Stan is a passionate running enthusiast with more 40 years experience, and coached track and cross country.
Deena KastorOlympian and U.S. Record Holder
Deena is one of the greatest female American long-distance runners in the history of road racing. She currently holds American records in the marathon, half-marathon, 15K, 8K and 5K. She won the bronze medal in the women’s marathon at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece, and she won the 2005 Chicago Marathon and the 2006 London Marathon. In November 2012, Deena assumed the duties as President of the Mammoth Track Club (previously held by Terrence Mahon). Deena is married to Andrew Kastor, who is the head coach of the Mammoth Track Club and coaching director of the LA Roadrunners and the LA Marathon
Josh Cox50k American Record Holder
Josh is an American long-distance runner who currently holds the American record in the 50K. Josh is a four-time US Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier and three-time U.S. National Team member, and he has been the top American marathon finisher at the World Track & Field Championships. His American record in the 50K was the second fastest time in history, and he missed the world record by 7 seconds. Josh (@joshcox) has more than 50,000 followers on Twitter and is an active participant in social media. Since 2008, Josh has provided commentary for several leading marathons and distance events on NBC Universal Sports.
Toni is a pioneer in the field of running broadcasting and is passionate about the sport of running. Toni has used information generated by our software to assess and comment on the performance of athletes during broadcasts of the Honolulu Marathon and LA Marathon. Toni is a member of the Running USA Hall of Champions (2009); a multiple regional Emmy Award winner; Provides commentary at Boston, NYC, Chicago and LA Marathons and blogs at www.tonireavis.com.