Zwift, the global virtual cycling and running training platform, has confirmed the appointment of Patrick Pichette and Celeste Burgoyne to its board of directors. The appointments follow a recent Series C funding round for the fast-growing U.S. company. Pichette comes to Zwift with more than 30 years of financial and operational experience. From 2008 to 2015, he served as chief financial officer at Google. During that time, he actively participated in the company’s growth, ultimately supporting the creation of the Alphabet structure. Today, Pichette is chairman of the board at Twitter and at Lightspeed, a PoS and e-commerce software platform . Pichette is also a partner at Inovia Capital. a Canadian company that has invested an undisclosed sum in Zwift. For her part, Burgoyne brings more than 25 years of retail industry experience to Zwift as president for the Americas and for Global Guest Innovation at Lululemon Athletica. She joined the company in 2006, before Lululemon went public. There, she held various positions of increasing responsibility over the years. As Lululemon invested in Mirror in 2020, she also comes with experience in the at-home fitness sector.