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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As a company, we have voluntarily agreed to have all the FitLine products tested regularly for doping-relevant anabolic steroids/prohormones and stimulants.
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Cycling: Edi Fuchs is second at Ultracycling Dolomitica
Ultra-Cyclist Edi Fuchs is happy about the second place after nonstop 700km and 17.000 meters of altitude at the Dolomitica. Thanks to Activize and Fitness-Drink he can get through such races positive and successful.
With 100 years of experience in ski racing Canada can look back on a long history of success with excellent ski races and inspiring athletes. In the last three years alone Alpine Canada reached 106 World Cup podium positions.
Athletics: Tatjana Schilling successful at German Championships
The victory on the 60m sprint track Tatjana Schilling gets with german record, and more W50 titles follow over 200m and in long jump at the German Senior Indoor Championships.
Cycling: BDR scores bronze medal in Madison at Track Cycling WC
The German Cycling Federation, BDR, scores another success at the Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin: Bronze medal for Theo Reinhardt and Roger Kluge in Madison after a terrific final spurt before 4,800 spectators in the sold out Velodrom.