Dougal Allan is a highly regarded professional endurance athlete and coach from Wanaka who races long-distance triathlon and multisport internationally. In February 2019, Dougal raced to an incredible success in NZ’s Coast To Coast, a race he had tried to win on eight previous attempts but nailed on his first attempt with CurraNZ, to secure the coveted World Championship of Multisport. A user since 2017, Dougal believes CurraNZ has been a ‘game changer’ and has taken his performance to a new level since incorporating into his daily nutrition.
Sam Osborne has become one of the leading professional Xterra athletes in the world after showing his huge potential early in triathlon. New Zealand Junior Triathlon Champion in 2010, he went on to place 14th at the World Champs (Budapest). Crowned Asia-Pacific Champion in 2017 and 18, and runner-up at the ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships 2018. In 2019 he has collected 5 wins from six starts and a runner-up placing on the tour secured the Pan American championship title for Sam, who heads next to the World Championships in Maui in October.
Professional Xterra triathlete Samantha is the 2019 Pan-American Xterra champion after relocating to Boulder, Colorado, in May to take on the best off-road triathletes in North America. She and her partner Sam Osborne started using CurraNZ to coincide with the beginning of this campaign, that saw them sweep to a string of successes in the US and South America.
Matthew Conger is New Zealand’s only elite international FIFA Football Referee who has officiated at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, 2017&2015 FIFA Club World Cup, 2016 Rio Olympics and New Zealand’s highest-profile tournaments. Since using CurraNZ, Matthew has observed wide-ranging benefits, particularly around improvements in sprint speed, stamina, mental acuity and recovery from training, matches and travel.
Kath, 46, is an impressive multisport athlete who has won some of the big iconic NZ races for her age category, including the 2018 Coast To Coast, Lake Hawea Epic and Goldrush. She took out a win in January’s Red Bull Defiance, having also won the masters women’s category in the six-day Pioneer mountain biking race in October (with teammate Peg). She is due to race the Pioneer again in December.
Claire emigrated to New Zealand from the UK in January 2017 and discovered the invaluable actions of CurraNZ when training for the Auckland marathon in October 2018. Since then, Claire has gone from strength to strength, completing the Oxfam 24-hour Walk, the Auckland Trail and Run Series and the Taupo 100km Ultra Marathon.
Hana was a Sir Edmund Hillary scholar at Waikato university where she studied law and sport and exercise whilst playing golf for New Zealand. In 2017 she decided not to turn professional in golf, having played overseas and working for IMG in their golf clients and events division before returning to New Zealand and pursuing her legal career. Hana switched her attentions to body building and finished third in the novice class and fourth in Open at the NZ Pro/Am which attracted competitors from all over the world.
John used CurraNZ on his quest to lose 20kg while undertaking the F45 eight-week fitness program. The Cantabrian Dad-of-two found the product helped him deliver the results and additional energy he was looking for with his twice-daily training regime started to take its toll. The recovery and additional fat-burning benefits of CurraNZ helped him cope with his regime and achieve his goal.