Brianne Theisen Signs With Pro Manager
For Immediate Release
Theisen Signs with Doyle Management Group-
Oregon Ducks track and field standout takes the next step in her career
Atlanta, Ga. – Canadian
Olympic hopeful Brianne Theisen has taken the next step since finishing her
track and field career at the University of Oregon. After winning seven NCAA
titles, including three in the heptathlon, Theisen has signed with
Atlanta-based sports agency Doyle Management Group (DMG).
DMG Founder and CEO
Paul Doyle is proud to add Theisen to his star-studded client list.
the type of person that we enjoy working with. She is as quality a person as
she is an athlete, and she will be a force in the sport for years to come.”
Theisen, a Humboldt,
Sask. native, is happy to be joining her fiancé, American decathlon star Ashton
Eaton, on DMG’s roster along with decathletes Trey Hardee and Bryan Clay.
“I’ve had a feeling in
my heart that DMG was who I wanted to be with. They have done a great job with
Ashton the last couple of years and really no one is better at managing
multi-event athletes than they are.”
At the 2012 NCAA
Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Theisen passed Olympic legend Jackie
Joyner-Kersee on the all-time NCAA heptathlon list with 6440 points.
Theisen will compete at the Canadian Track and Trials in Calgary, Alberta on June 27-28. She
enters the meet as the favorite having already met the Olympic “A” standard.
No stranger to international competition, Theisen
represented Canada at the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Athletics where she
DMG currently represents 60
international track & field athletes from 16 different nationalities. Of
the 60 athletes, there are 45 major championship qualifiers (Olympic Games,
World Championships, World Indoor Championships), 29 major championship finalists,
18 major championship medalists, 11 World Champions, 4 Olympic Gold Medalists,
and 3 World Record Holders. Thirty-three athletes competed at the 2011 World
Championships, and at least that many are fully expected to qualify for the
2012 Olympic Games.