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ELIVAR SPONSORS 220TRIATHLON AWARDS 2015

November 28, 2014

ELIVAR SPONSORS 220TRIATHLON AWARDS 2015

ELIVAR, THE SPORT NUTRITION SPECIALIST FOR ATHLETES OVER 35, IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE ITS HEADLINE SPONSORSHIP OF THE COVETED 220TRIATHLON AWARDS 2015 FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR.

The widely-known industry awards celebrate the best in triathlon, with 20 separate categories to recognise the top-rated athletes, races, coaches, brands, products, services and more which have graced the 2014 season.

Category winners will be announced at a dazzling awards ceremony held at The 220Triathlon Show at Sandown Park, on Saturday 28 February 2015; an event which sees the most celebrated names in triathlon in attendance.

Elivar is excited to be associated with the awards for the second year in a row, and as part of the partnership,Elivar will also be providing a nutrition package worth over £350 for the prize draw, which all voters will have a chance to win.

Len Dunne, Co-Founder of Elivar, said: “It means a lot for us to be supporting this event again next year and we are delighted to be involved. It’s a fantastic opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in triathlon, and to be promoting awareness about our unique sports nutrition at the same time.

Helen Webster, Editor of 220Triathlon magazine, commented: “The 220Triathlon Awards are one of the highlights of the magazine’s year and I’m looking forward to seeing who our readers have chosen as their 2015 winners. It’s great to welcome Elivar on board for the second year as headline sponsors, knowing that they bring the same passion, enthusiasm and dedication to the triathlon market as we do here at 220.

Elivar offers a range of sports nutrition products which are specifically designed for the over-35 age group endurance athlete. Developed with world-class sports nutritionists, Elivar’s unique product range contains lower glycaemic index sugars, a sophisticated mix of slow-burn carbohydrate and a rich supply of protein, all of which are essential for optimising and regulating energy levels and maximising recovery for the older athlete.

The voting polls are open until Monday 12 January 2015 – you can vote online here:http://www.220triathlon.com/competitions/220-triathlon-awards-2015/380.html

About Elivar:

Elivar offers a range of sports nutrition products which are specifically designed for the over-35 age group endurance athlete.

If you haven’t tried our unique products then try our Weekend Endurance Pack – including a sample of each flavour of our Endure, Recover and Hydrate Plus products. Find out more here.

Elivar delivers optimum sports nutrition solutions to help age-group triathletes to train and perform at maximum potential, while supporting their overall health and recovery. Proprietary protein blends also support a longer recovery period after training, as well as the specific vitamins and minerals required to ensure optimum energy release and bone health as athletes age.






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