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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As a company, we have voluntarily agreed to have all the FitLine 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.
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Motor sport: Finn Gehrsitz wins the 2nd place at the Rotax German Championship
Junior Kart racer Finn Gehrsitz wins the 2nd place at the Rotax Max Challenge Germany in Wackersdorf in a sensational season´s finale.
Triathlon: Markus Hörmann wins the Elbaman
After 4:26:56 Markus Hörmann had the victory of the middle distance at the triathlon on the Italian isle Elba in the bag. Under good circumstances he pulled away from the field as leading right after the challenging bike course (1,500 meters of altitude).
Bandy: Simon Jansson successful at the Swedish Cup
Simon Jansson wins with his Club Vasteras SK Bandy the Swedish Cup.
Squash: Simon Rösner wins with his club the European Cup
Simon Rösner wins with his Club the European Cup at the European Squash Club Championships in Eindhoven, Netherlands. In the finals they win aganist the Edgbaston Priory Club from Birmingham with 2:2, thanks to a won set more. Simon Rösner wins his match against Joel Makin significantly with 3:1.