Sport


In both leisure and top sports nutrition for sports from our FitLine series will help you to give a top performance every day. They do not just provide an optimum supply of nutrients, but also optimum safety.

We have been working closely and confidently with various sporting associations, national teams and world-class athletes for many years. Among our partners are the GermanAustrian, Polish and Canadian Skiing Association (DSV, OeSV, PZN and ACA), the German Ice Hockey Association (DEB), the Association of German Cyclists (BDR), the Swiss Handball Association (SHV), the Swiss bobsleigh and sledge Association (Swiss Sliding), the Luxemburg Basketball Federation (FLBB) and the German Athletics Association (DLV). The quality of our FitLine nutritional supplement products and our exemplary support in top sports also led to Austria´s Sport Aid recommending our nutrition products to the almost 500 athletes they support.
More than 1,000 top athletes from over 50 different disciplines and 20 nations use FitLine products to achieve their personal best.

FitLine congratulates the 69 medal winners at the Winter Games 2018 (read more)

As a company, we have voluntarily agreed to have all the FitLine
nutritional supplement products tested regularly for doping-relevant anabolic steroids/prohormones and stimulants.


*All the FitLine nutritional supplement products are on the Cologne List®.
That list publishes products that have been tested by one of the World's leading laboratories for analyzing nutritional supplements for doping substances.

More information can be found under: www.koelnerliste.com
Our Athletes

Tennis: Laura Siegemund wins US Open in women`s doubles

Laura Siegemund wins the US Open in women's doubles as the first German tennis player in 35 years. The 32-year-old celebrates a sensational tournament victory with her Russian partner.

01.01.1970

Motor sports: Mike Rockenfeller makes the DTM podium in Hockenheim

Mike Rockenfeller makes it to the podium with a third place at the second DTM race at the Hockenheimring in the Audi RS 5 DTM.

01.01.1970

Athletics: Max Heß wins in triple jump at ISTAF meeting

The German triple jump champion, Max Hess, comes second at the International Track and Field Meeting ISTAF in Berlin. Hess jumps 17.17 metres in an exciting and high class competition.

01.01.1970

Cycling: Eli Brandau wins EKZ Cross Tour in Switzerland

German mountain bike champion Elisabeth Brandau wins the EKZ CrossTour in Baden, Switzerland. Having already established herself at the top of the race in the first laps, she does not relinquish this position afterwards and celebrates a sovereign solo victory.

01.01.1970
Sport Catalog 2020
Sport Catalog 2020
Interviews with the Pros 2020/21
Interviews with the Pros 2020/21