MEET THE CURRANZ BRAND AMBASSADORS
The research-backed qualities of the CurraNZ supplements makes it easy to see why professional athletes, active people and health conscious individuals enjoy our blackcurrant products.
Holly is a rising star on the British heptathlon and pentathlon scene, who represented GB at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Holly was an outstanding junior athlete and European Long Jump champion who has started her senior career with a bang. She was ranked first in the UK and Commonwealth in Pentathlon early in 2022 and finished fourth at the 2022 World Indoor Champs.
Holly says: “I’ve used Curranz for five years now and I think it’s safe to say they will be staying in my kit bag for the rest of my career!”
Adelle Tracey is an American-born middle-distance runner competing for Jamaica since 2022, having previously represented Great Britian, where she grew up. British Indoor 800m champion 2022 and 2016, Adelle won silver in the 1500m and bronze in the 800m representing Jamaicaat the North American, Central American and Caribbean Championships in 2022.
Jo, formerly of Scotland and now living in Australia, is one of the UK’s best endurance runners and stalwart of the GB ultrarunning team.
2019 Race The Planet Female Champions, Jo is a two-times Scottish Masters Athlete of the Year and 2014 Female Ultrarunner of the Year.
The GP and former race doctor is a ten-time medallist at the 100km, 50km and Trail World Championships.
She holds multiple Scottish and British titles, including the UK all-time road and track records for distance covered in 24 hours (247.985km/233km) – equivalent of running six back-to-back marathons.
Jo also holds the Scottish 12-hour, 24-hour, 100-mile and 200-mile records.
Sue Pugh is a Physical Training Instructor responsible for training the Royal Air Force PTs to the standard required. Away from her day job, Sue loves to race IronMan and is also a Triathlon coach and RAF triathlete (GB Age-Group representative).
A regular in cycling and triathlon Interservices events for the RAF, Sue raced across Europe in 2015, cycling 3,000 miles in eight days, 20hrs. She was Herefordshire Sports Woman of the Year 2015 and was also runner-up to CurraNZ ambassador Lucy Charles in the 220Triathlon Age-Group Athlete of the year.
Neil Hunter is an endurance athlete and adventurer who in January 2020, became the first Type 2 Diabetic to reach the South Pole on a solo, unsupported expedition.
Neil skiied 730 miles from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole in 50 days, an extraordinary achievement in an inhospitable environment in temperatures down to -45C.
His days involved up to 11 hours of skiing, taking in 3,000m elevation and pulling a 100kg carbon fibre sled with supplies. Neil has previously undertaken other big challenges, from including skiing the second-largest icecap in the world across Greenland and Norway in 28 days. He has successfully rowed the Atlantic and climbed many mountains around the world.