CurraNZ athletes competing with honours on the world stage

CurraNZ athletes competing with honours on the world stage

May was a stellar month for CurraNZ athletes and ambassadors, who have been impressing at international level and romping away with some incredible titles.  

Miller claims NZ marathon championship

Hannah Miller ran to her first national title in the New Zealand Marathon Championships earlier this month, after joining the CurraNZ ambassadorial team.

Previously the 2017 Oceania 1500m and 5000m champion, the Kiwi has shifted her focus to longer distances.

Her next goal is to run the qualifying standard time of 2:29:30 to earn her place at the World Championships.

Tracey headlines May's issue of Womens Running UK and runs the qualifying time for Commonwealth Games

Ambassador Adelle Tracey has had a month to remember, gracing the front cover of Womens Running UK and smashing a personal-best and seasons-best in Puerto Rico and the US.

In her quest to qualify for the Commonwealth Games, Adelle ran a 1500m PB in Puerto Rico - and two qualifying times to boot, while running a season best in the 800 in New York at the weekend.

A great warm-up for the big bash in Birmingham, we know there's much more to come from this British track star. 



Bronze for GB CurraNZ-powered duo at World Fitness Champs in Vegas

Representing Great Britain, Kate Shilland, performance nutritionist, was ‘stunned’ to come away with a podium finish with her partner, Mimi Gardner at the Hyrox World Fitness Championships earlier this month (pictured, left).

The event seemed out of reach when disaster struck and Kate tore a hamstring nine weeks before the big Vegas showdown.

Kate says: “I wasn’t able to run for nine weeks and running is a key part of it.

"So, I was pretty stressed about it as I didn’t want to let Mimi down, especially as she had a lot of family members flying out to support us.  

“CurraNZ was a key part of our tool kit - we took two per day in the lead-up and then two capsules, two hours before kick-off.

"The rest of the wider team travelling and competing with us have been taking them for the past few months too.”

Andrea Anacan wins gold for NZ at Oceania Karate Championship.

CurraNZ ambassador Andrea Anacan who was the sole karate representative for Oceania at Tokyo last year continued her winning form by winning Gold in the senior women's Kata event recently in New Caledonia.

A dedicated karetaka since the tender age of 4, Andrea is certainly no stranger to the podium and scooped her fifth Oceania gold medal. Andrea loves the recovery benefits of CurraNZ with her heavy blocks of daily training.