NSW Waratahs Women and Wallaroos captain, Grace Hamilton is the latest athlete to officially join Bondi Vite.
Hamilton joins the Active Vitamin brand as she continues preparations for the 2021 Super W season.
Australia’s premiere loose forward has been consistently one of the most damaging players in Super W, having notched her third successive premiership in a COVID-affected 2020 season.
Hamilton’s leadership qualities are renowned throughout the game and her ascension to the Wallaroos captaincy in 2019 was just reward for her work on and off the field.
CEO, Damien Fitzpatrick said that Hamilton was a valued addition to Bondi Vite’s team of athletes.
“We’re really proud of the partnerships we have with our teams and the individual athletes that are with us at Bondi Vite,” Fitzpatrick said.
“Our focus is first and foremost on working with really good people who believe in our product – Grace epitomises that ideal.
“She’s a wonderful character, a respected leader and an ambassador for the women’s game across Australia.
“It just so happens that she’s also a fantastic athlete who we’re proud to support.
“Grace has been a talisman of the NSW Waratahs Women’s squad and I know first-hand the work she puts into her training and taking care of her body – with our product range being an important aspect of that.”
Hamilton was excited to be working alongside a former Waratah and joining some familiar faces at Bondi Vite.
“Fitzy [Damien Fitzpatrick] is someone I’ve known since beginning my career at the Waratahs and I’ve loved seeing what he’s done at Bondi Vite,” Hamilton said.
“He’s created products that are not only safe [HASTA certified] but also developed to support athletes before, during and after season.
“There’s certainly a Waratah connection with Will [Harrison] and Jake [Gordon] and I’m really happy to be working with a company that shares the values I do around nutrition and lifestyle.
“Bondi Vite has become such an important part of my training routine and I’m looking forward to being involved with the team throughout 2021.”