Our vegan recovery protein powder is popular with elite athletes from across sport; from rowing to rugby, and motor sport to swimming. Perfect for maximising the benefits of your workouts; take a look below at some of the athletes we work with who use our recovery protein powder daily and who wanted to come on-board as ambassadors for the product.
Zoe Harrison (rugby)
England & Saracens rugby player Zoe Harrison was pegged as a future international star from an early age, having been drafted into the England set-up from the age of 14. Now 20, Zoe is a permanent fixture in the side and is keen to cement her place in the side ahead of the World Cup in 2021 in New Zealand.
Georgia Davies (swimming)
Georgia broke through onto the international stage in 2010, where she competed in 5 events and collected a Bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games. Since then, she has gone from strength to strength, racking up multiple World Championship gold medals, European medals and representing Team GB at the Rio 2016 Games. Now 28, Georgia is using our recovery protein powder to build up to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Yona Knight-Wisdom (diving)
Yona Knight-Wisdom took up diving in 2004 after watching the Summer Games and trains with some of the very best athletes in the world. Based out of Leeds, UK, Yona represents Jamaica, and was the first ever representative from the Caribbean to compete in diving at an Olympics, plus was Jamaica’s first ever representative in diving at the Commonwealth Games.
Dino Waldren Jnr (Rugby)
Collegiate All-American, the Californian native has been plying his trade in London for the last couple of years whilst representing the USA at the international level. A prop at the heart of the London Scottish and American packs, the 27 year old has his sights firmly fixed on the World Cup in Tokyo.
Jess Taylor-Jemmet (Heptathlete)
Jess’ athletics career has been one of constant development, and improvement. Bursting onto the international scene in 2014 at the Commonwealth Games, Jess scored a PB and a bronze medal. She followed this up in 2015 with another new PB and a British record in the Decathalon. Jess is looking ahead to the next Olympics, and is also training the next crop of British athletics stars.
Fern Whelan (football/soccer)
English footballer Fern Whelan has watched the game change dramatically in her career at the top of the sport in the UK. After stints at Liverpool and Everton between 2004 and 2017, and representing England at junior and senior level, and picking up the Young Player of the Year in 07-08, Fern moved to Brighton where she leads the team from the back.