Fitness and Figure Professionals Kirsten Nicewarner and Michelle Adams to Represent GNC at Vail's Teva Mountain Games

PITTSBURGH, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- GNC will host fitness and figure competitors Kirsten Nicewarner and Michelle Adams at the 2008 Teva Mountain Games Thursday through Sunday in Vail Valley, Colo. Both International Federation of Bodybuilding professionals, Kirsten and Michelle are among the world's top female physique competitors.

According to tevamountaingames.com, the Games are the country's largest celebration of mountain sport, soul and culture, featuring professional and amateur adventure athletes from around the world. Sports include freestyle and extreme kayaking, bouldering, speed and dyno climbing, mountain biking, road racing, trail running and -- of course -- the GNC Ultimate Mountain Challenge.

The GNC Ultimate Mountain Challenge is a multi-sport test of athletic skill, power and endurance. Events include a 10k trail run, mountain biking, road biking and kayaking -- and athletes will push for the ultimate recognition: to be named the Games' ultimate man, woman and team. The Games will culminate Sunday with the GNC Ultimate Mountain Challenge Coronation.

All events are free and open to the public! For a complete listing of event times and locations, plus additional spectator information, visit www.tevamountaingames.com.

About GNC:

GNC, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., is the largest global specialty retailer of nutritional products; including vitamin, mineral, herbal and other specialty supplements and sports nutrition, diet and energy products. GNC has more than 4,900 retail locations throughout the United States (including 978 franchise and 1,358 Rite Aid store-within-a-store locations) and franchise operations in 49 international markets. The company - which is dedicated to helping consumers Live Well - also offers products and product information online at http://www.gnc.com/.

SOURCE General Nutrition Centers, Inc. (GNC)

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