Germany, the men’s hockey world champions, booked their ticket to Paris 2024 at the Olympic Qualifiers last month, with a little help from CurraNZ.
Two auspicious wins against Canada (9-0) and Pakistan (4-0) in Islamabad left spectators in no doubt about their terrific momentum as they look ahead to this year’s Olympics.
CurraNZ earned its place in the champions’ big-match protocol when surging to victory in the World Hockey Championships last January – with players and staff management unanimous in their praise for the supplement.
With Olympic pride on the line, CurraNZ was deployed to help the team repeat the dose at this critical qualifying tournament.
CurraNZ is a powerful ally for team sports involving high intensity, repeated sprints and limited recovery time between efforts. Examples include football, rugby, basketball and hockey.
Studies have shown CurraNZ reduces fatigue by up to 12% in elite athletes undertaking exhaustive repeated sprints and increases average sprint times by up to 3.3%. Not only that, it improves agility.