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    Rising star in British triathlon joins CurraNZ ambassador team

    on May 08, 2019

    WE’RE delighted to announce that one of triathlon’s biggest rising stars, Laura Addie, is now an ambassador after using CurraNZ for over a year and becoming a major advocate.

    Laura, based in Surrey, discovered triathlon at University and has made a spectacular start to her new sport, collecting multiple wins and medals across various distances in 2017/18, as well as finishing fourth at the ITU World Championships 2017 and eighth at thronman 70.3 World Champs last year.

    To date she has raced at three World Championships and won Staffordshire 70.3 in 2018.

    After taking second at the Standard Distance Duathlon Champs in January, Laura is focusing on full and half-distance Ironman this season, with a view to turning professional.

    The rising star is coached by powerhouse triathlete Lucy Charles-Barclay, who is also a big fan of CurraNZ.

    Laura says: "I have been using CurraNZ for over a year now. I was first introduced to them by a friend and almost immediately felt the changes - not only to my recovery, but my ability to maintain threshold endurance workouts greatly improved.

    "They have been put to the test over the last few months as I have stepped up the training to help prepare for my first full distance event.

    "I am pleased to say that even after beastly 4h30 turbo sessions my legs feel fresh and after hard blocks of training my recovery is astonishingly quicker.

    “I went a week without CurraNZ recently and the difference with and without is so noticeable – I've felt amazing since taking them again. I literally can’t recommend this natural product enough to help give you the extra edge on training and recovery.

    "I’m really looking forward to being on board with the CurraNZ team.”