In both leisure and top sports nutrition, our FitLine series will help you to give a top-performance everyday. 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 German, Austrian and Polish Skiing Association (DSV, OeSV and PZN), the German Ice Hockey Association (DEB), the Association of German Cyclists (BDR), the Swiss Handball Association (SHV) and Swiss Bobsleigh and Sledge Association (Swiss Sliding). 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.
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Tennis: Ivan Dodig wins in the doubles at the ATP tournament in Montpellier
The Croatian Ivan Dodig and the French Edouard Roger-Vasselin are the winner in the doubles of the this year´s ATP tournament in Montpellier. They prevailed over the french pair Benjamin Bonzi and Antoine Hoang with 6:4 and 6:3. For the 34-year old Ivan Dodig this is the 12th double title of his career.
Worldcup Lahti, Finland: Team jumping large hill men: 1. Austria (OeSV, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Michael Hayböck, Stefan Kraft, Philipp Aschenwald), 2. Germany (DSV, Karl Geiger, Richard Freitag, Andreas Wellinger and Stephan Leyhe); Single jump: 1. Kamil Stoch (PZN)
Worldcup Ljubno, Slovenia: normal hill women: 3. Juliane Seyfahrt (DSV); team jump women: 1. Germany (DSV: Carina Vogt, Anna Ruprecht, Juliane Seyfarth and Katharina Althaus; 3. Austria (OeSV, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Michael Hayböck, Stefan Kraft, Philipp Aschenwald)
Worldcup Lahti, Finland: single men large hill / 10 km : 3. Mario Seidl (OeSV)
Team Sprint large hill men 2x7,5 km: 3. Wilhelm Denifl / Mario Seidl (OeSV)
Worldcup Canmore, Canada: Women Relay (4x6km): 1. Germany / DSV (Vanessa Hinz, Franziska Hildebrand, Denise Herrmann and Laura Dahlmeier)
Worldcup Feldberg, Germany: 2. Paul Berg (DSV), 3. Konstantin Schad (DSV)
Tennis: Thassilo Haun wins at the ITF Senior Tour
Thassilo Haun wins title No 31 at the ITF Senior Tour in Glasgow and is Scottish Champion M45 now.
Snowboard: Gold medal for Selina Jörg at the World Championships
At the World Championships in Park City, USA, Selina Jörg wins the gold medal in the parallel giant slalom. A bronze medal secure the DSV athletes Stefan Baumeister as well as the mixed team (Paul Berg and Hanna Ihedioha).