Reading, UK - September 8th, 2017 - AMSport UK today announced it has partnered with KitBrix to supply their Obstacle Course Race (OCR) team. This partnership will provide all members of Team KitBrix with supplements, ergogenic aids, and nutritional support to further improve the efficacy of the KitBrix training program.

Within OCR, athlete needs are multifaceted and diverse, with differing endurance and strength priorities depending upon the race or event. AMSport’s support will help Team KitBrix to continue to fight for victories on the Elite OCR circuit while also providing Elite UK OCR Champion Conor Hancock with a professional nutrition and training plan, which will be delivered by Glen Thurgood and The Training Shed.

Robert Aldous, KitBrix Founder & Director, said:
"We are delighted to welcome AMSport into the OCR world and it is a decision that was based on the right products for the right team at the right time. Team KitBrix have wide ranging needs with so many different types of events planned for 2018. The training program and elite level of support for Conor (Hancock) was a key consideration as we try and support his onward career."

Charlie Newbould, UK Director of AMSport, said:
“AMSport have a strong track record of supporting elite level athletes across multiple disciplines and we’re delighted to be able to continue that work with KitBrix. This partnership is the ideal way for us to get involved in the OCR scene and will help us to tailor our product range to ensure we are able to bring something really special to support the Team KitBrix athletes and all of the other competitors relying on our products to help them achieve their goals.”

About AMSport
AMSPORT® supplies some of the world’s most impressive and successful athletes with premium sports nutrition and consults with leading clubs, athletes, coaches and national teams, all of whom benefit from the company's extensive expertise in both sports and medical science.
Each AMSPORT® product was designed and developed by German medical doctor and Atlanta ’96 Olympic bronze medalist Mark Warnecke. In 2005, Mark made history at the age of 35 when he came out of retirement and became the oldest swimming world champion in history by winning the 50m breaststroke against a field of competitors at least a decade his junior.

About KitBrix
KitBrix provide innovative and robust kit storage for professional cyclists, triathletes and outdoor adventurers. Their unique, military-inspired bags won the 2017 ‘Innovation by a Newcomer’ award from BikeBiz, among many other nominations.
KitBrix also support an Elite OCR team in the Toughest Tour, competing in events across Europe.


Notes to editors
More information on Conor’s first day of testing can be found at
Photos are available on request

For further information, please contact
Team KitBrix Manager
AMSport UK Media Liaison

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