New Zealand's highest-ranked female triathlete joins CurraNZ

New Zealand's highest-ranked female triathlete joins CurraNZ

Professional New Zealand triathlete Amelia Rose Watkinson has caught the 'purple fever' and is now an official ambassador for CurraNZ.

Amelia is New Zealand’s highest-placed female triathlete in the Professional Triathlon Organisation's world rankings and winner of the recent Challenge Shepparton in Victoria, Australia.

Based in Australia, Amelia has dominated the women's triathlon scene there in the last few seasons, winning or finishing second in every event she's competed since September 2020. 
With the re-opening of borders, the current World No 22 is back racing on the international stage, starting in the US, where she finished a close second in the St Anthony's Triathlon in Florida.

Her big-race target for the season is October's Ironman 70.3 World Champs in St George.

The Kiwi says: “I have been using CurraNZ tablets for a few months now, and although I originally discovered them in search of a natural hayfever remedy, I quickly became impressed with its primary recovery function.

"Especially the reduction in muscle soreness after both strength endurance sessions and high intensity. I’m looking forward to the cumulative effect throughout my next big training block."

Amelia's search led her to the Mikki Williden podcast, Mikkipedia, where company founder Fleur Cushman was on the show talking about the CurraNZ science (see ).

We love supporting our Kiwis and we’re super excited to have Amelia as one of our professional ambassadors - welcome to the team Amelia!

PHOTO CREDIT @polizzi._