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Ashton talks about them not just being a married couple, but a team. At the recent indoor world championship in Portland, Eaton was smack in the middle of his competition as Brianne was running the 800 metres. When he saw her struggling, from the track he began screaming “Bree, Bree, Bree.” Whether that had an impact at all, Theisen-Eaton picked up the pace and went on to win the championship.
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That summer, before her freshman year at Oregon, she was chosen to represent Canada at the Pan American Games in, of all places, Rio de Janeiro. And this is where they will compete for gold — she in heptathlon, beginning Friday morning; he in decathlon next week. Theisen-Eaton was second in the world at the world track and field championships last summer.
Three years after the wedding, nine years after the Pan Ams, there is a certain human symmetry to this Olympic summer: This is where their relationship first began.
The brand is purposefully unglamorous at times (“We wanted to humanize ourselves,” Ashton said), and the content is intensely dissected by fans, so much so that a cryptic message last month about an “exciting announcement” fueled speculation that Brianne, six months from the Olympic Games, might be expecting.“People are crazy,” she joked the next morning, arriving to practice in her Nike warm-up gear and without the slightest sign of a baby bump.
The big announcement, the world would soon learn, was the launch of a social media campaign called #What’s Your Gold, a challenge to fans to set their own Olympic-year goals and then use Instagram or Twitter to tell the story of their struggles and successes along the way.
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