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    CurraNZ runner turning back the clock at championship level with sensational new PBs

    on August 28, 2019

    IF you're in your 40s, hitting new PBs needn't be a thing of the past.

    CurraNZ can make it all possible - and 45-year-old runner Andrew Heyden is proof, as his PBs continue to come thick and fast. 

    After using CurraNZ for just over two years, Andrew (pictured above, orange vest) has smashed all-but-one of his PBs, which, as a regular representative for NSW and Australia at Championship level, is quite a big deal.

    The Sydney-sider broke the sub-73 minute mark in the Australian Half Marathon Championships at the weekend with a time of 72.31 at 45 years young, powered by CurraNZ.

    Andrew had been trying to beat his previous best of 73.03 - set in 2005! - and nailed it with the 'magic berries'.

    This came hard on the heels of another PB two weeks earlier, in the 14km City2Surf, the 'world's largest fun run'.

    Andrew said after that race: "Despite not tapering and running 400km in the past three weeks, I managed to run a PB in the City2Surf 14km race today, an iconic Sydney race. It shows the recovery power of CurraNZ."

    Now, with only one PB left to give the 'CurraNZ treatment', watch this space when he runs the Sydney Marathon in three weeks time!

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