Bondi Vite and the Melbourne Rebels will partner for the remainder of 2021 Super Rugby AU and Trans Tasman season.
The Rebels Super Rugby and Super W programs will have access to Bondi Vite’s market-leading, HASTA (Human and Supplement Testing Australia) batch-tested range of Active Vitamins within their athletic programs.
The Rebels join fellow Super Rugby outfits the NSW Waratahs and Western Force in choosing Bondi Vite as one of their high performance partners.
Bondi Vite now partners with seven teams across Super Rugby, Super Netball and the A-League, with their scientifically formulated and medically supported range fuelling some of the countries best athletes.
CEO, Damien Fitzpatrick said it was exciting to have such a strong involvement in Super Rugby.
“Super Rugby is a competition that’s certainly close to my heart and it’s great to now be involved with the Rebels – a club doing some great things both on and off the field,” Fitzpatrick said.
“We’re passionate about supporting athletes to feel and perform at their best and our range has been formulated to meet the demands of those in high-performance programs.
“Our commitment to clean and safe products through our relationship with HASTA is extremely important to us. It’s something we know athletes value due to their strict requirements under WADA [World Anti-Doping Authority] guidelines, but also gives everyone confidence in taking Bondi Vite products.
“We’re excited about working with the Rebels and look forward to both Super Rugby and Super W squads getting the most out of their training programs with Bondi Vite.”
Baden Stephenson, CEO of the Melbourne Rebels said he was thrilled to be partnering with Bondi Vite.
“At the Melbourne Rebels we are focused on providing our players the best high performance environment that we can. That includes on and off the training field, and having Bondi Vite’s Active Vitamins available to both our Super AU and Super W teams is another strong example of this.”
“The teams are excited to get their hands on the product as we close out the Super AU season and then launch into the Trans Tasman and Super W competitions.”