Leaders in sport and sun protection

Meet Team KINeSYS, elite athletes and leaders who value skin protection as much as we do.

They are innovators who have challenged the status quo and ascended to the top ranks of their sports.

Spending hundreds of hours outdoors each month, Team KINeSYS relies on our products to protect them from the sun’s harmful rays so that they can coach, compete, lead, and inspire.

Join their active journey and be inspired.

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Sarah Ansboury

Pickleball Pro and Coach

Pickleball trailblazer Sarah Ansboury discovered the sport in 2014 and quickly became one of the winningest and most influential players on the professional pickleball circuit, earning gold medals in both Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles at the inaugural 2016 USAPA National Championships. Sarah also helps lead the evolution of pickleball as the Education Coordinator and Lead Clinician for the Professional Pickleball Registry.

A fair complexioned former tennis pro, she is currently the Director of Pickleball and Touring Pro for the Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort, Hilton Head, South Carolina.

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Dayne Gingrich

Pickleball Pro and Performance Coach

Strategist, coach, and Masters Pickleball Champion Dayne Gingrich understands that success comes not only from natural talent, but also a willingness to set big, often audacious goals and work tirelessly toward them.

The effort will hurt at times, and therein lies the reward: When they step out of their comfort zone, athletes hone mental strength, build confidence, and exceed their expectations. Considered one of the top pickleball pros in the senior circuit, Dayne is a four-time national champion, three-time U.S. Open Champion, and has won more than 40 gold medals and counting as a Senior Pro.

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Jacky Hunt-Broersma

Ultrarunner, Coach and Cancer Survivor

Ultrarunner, cancer survivor, endurance coach, mother, and amputee Jacky Hunt-Broersma recently ran 104 marathons in as many days, adding yet another triumph to her impressive list of accomplishments, which can be summed up by the mantra, “Do hard things.”

Jacky began running only after she lost her leg to Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare cancer. Since completing her first 5K on a walking prosthetic in 2016, she has completed many long distance races and events, from the Boston Marathon to running more than 200 miles for the Across the Years running festival. Jacky’s tenacity and dedication has inspired countless athletes.

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