Jason Brosseau

Jason Brosseau

Jason ran XC and Track for Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL. His main track events were the 800m, 1500m, and 1 mile. He graduated from SIU in 2008 and immediately commissioned into the U.S. Air Force. He is currently a Captain and he teaches electronic warfare at the Advance Space Operations School (ASOPS) at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs. Additionally, he’s part of the Air Force’s active-duty running team. Every year they compete in USATF Cross Country Nationals, the Air Force Marathon in Dayton, OH, and the Marine Corps Marathon in D.C.


Air Force Marathon in Dayton, OH


Jason has been running in Newton shoes since 2010. As he found himself transitioning from college track races to road races, he was plagued with injuries. Dr. Mark Cucuzzella pointed out that his form could be more efficient. Additionally, he recommended Newton shoes and a regimen of various running drills. The combination of Newton shoes and proper form exercises helped Jason improve his running efficiency and reduce injuries.


Jason just started his final year as a PhD student at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS).

Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Career Highlights:
• Rock and Roll Las Vegas Marathon 2013 1st
• Air Force Marathon 1st
• Military World Games 2009

Favorite Snack: Almond Honey Granola

Favorite Shoe: Distance Elite Distance Elite