English University Sport are delighted to announce a new long term partnership with iPro Sport as their Official Hydration Partner.
The partnership will see iPro Sport hydrating the English University teams as they build up to the Home Nations event in Edinburgh later this year, as well as aiding development in re-launching English Universities as a programme within the sector. The Home Nations competition in April sees students from all over the nations of England, Wales, Scotland and N.Ireland coming together to compete in Rugby 7’s, Football and Hockey.
Barry Squires, Vice Chair of English University Sport said
“We are very pleased to announce our new partnership with iPro Sport at a time when the English Universities Programme is just building momentum.
We aspire to support all our talented student athletes within the programme with the very best coaching and support services and being able to provide the leading, gold standard, hydration solution which is currently being used by many athletic organisations and national governing bodies just enhances this”.
English University Sport are the latest partner to join iPro Sport, whose impressive partnership portfolio includes national governing bodies, sporting organisations, an array of universities and professional sports clubs such as Saracens RFU, Leeds United FC and Birmingham FC just to name a few.
Sophie Christy, Commercial Director for iPro Sport said:
"With the increasing demand from athletes across the globe calling upon iPro Sport as their preferred hydration drink of choice, it is clear that there is a much wider understanding of the direct impact quality hydration has on performance.
We are extremely proud to be working in partnership English University Sport and to be the preferred hydration drink of their competing student athletes. This partnership further cements our long-term commitment to elite sport and complements the brand’s partnerships with many other global sporting organisations."
iPro Sport will provide hydration products to support the teams in their battle to win at the Home Nations event in April this year.
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