BetterTriUs Pro Team partners with fisiocrem

As a group of ten endurance top level multisport athletes, we train our bodies to endure extreme pain. We are willing to achieve good results and we are putting our bodies and minds at the edge of what they can handle.

fisiocrem is one of Australia’s leading pain relief companies and is well known for its effective care results of muscle aches and pains.

Made up of the highest quality natural, herbal ingredients, the fisiocrem massage solugel is ideal for muscle and ligament care following injury related to daily activity or intense physical exercise.

fisiocrem love sponsoring athletes who are extremely dedicated, push themselves mentally and physically and understand the importance of listening to, (and treating), their body.

Simon Billeau, Director of BetterTriUs Pro team added: “as a regular patient at a physiotherapy clinic, I’ve been treated and massaged with fisiocrem solugel weekly. I do know the benefit effect the fisiocrem has on my body. So, to get fisiocrem onboard is a considerable help in our preparation”.

BetterTriUs Pro Triathlon Team partners with BlueSeventy

BetterTriUs Pro Triathlon Team is proud to announce a new partnership with blueseventy. The team is composed of professional triathletes, leading long distance and multisport athletes and will wear award-winning blueseventy kit in training and competition as well as assisting with product development.
With illustrious members including an Olympic swimming gold medallist, an Australian Open swimmer champion, a multiple ironman winner and some top flight short and long distance athletes, we are excited about being able to work with blueseventy. The brand has worked with some of the best athletes in the world for nearly 25 years and has innovation in its DNA.
We will bring our field experience and ensure that bluseventy remains the leading triathlon wetsuit and swimskin brand in the world.
Simon Billeau, Team Director, said: “We are thrilled to be sponsored by blueseventy. Some of our athletes have performed in the past in blueseventy and are looking forward to flying again in the Helix and PZ4TX+.”
He added: “I personally remember Normann Stadler winning the Ironman World Championships in Kona in his Pointzero3 in 2006. With blueseventy, we are ‘dreaming big.’”
Blueseventy CEO, John Duquette, said: “When Simon approached me about the team, I knew right away it would be a great fit. Their athletes have a great reputation and we've already worked with many of them in the past. The team's goals and professionalism align perfectly with our company's values and they will serve as a great partner as we look to expand our brand footprint in Australia.”
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