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A popular American coconut water rehydra- tion drink is being launched in the UK. Coco5 has been developed by a team of US sports medicine and nutrition experts and naturally contains a balance of fi ve electrolytes that the body loses during exercise. Steve Barton, former director of wine company Brand Phoenix, has set up Innovation Drinks, under which the Coco5 brand is being traded.


The secret weapons of training


A high-quality and portable personal care brand for active people has been launched. Secret Training has been created by Tim Lawson – a European Champion track cyclist and the founder of nutrition brand Science in Sport (SiS). The Secret Training ‘Strip’ range is intended to combat the germs – and potential subsequent illness – created by typical training sessions, which by their very nature can become unhygienic and unhealthy. The range includes sunscreen, anti-friction cream, hand sanitizer and post-race wash among others.


An international roll-out is also being implemented, with the drink initially being launched in six additional markets, including Australia, United Arab Emirates, Sweden, Norway and Ireland. The drink is made with no artifi cial fl avours, sweeteners or colours and contains just 80 calories per 473ml bottle. It is available in six fl avours – natural coconut, tropical passion, lemon, cherry crush, citrus splash and pineapple.


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Replay advises FA groups sport-kit.net KEYWORD: SECRET Athletics surface is installed


Polytan installed its modern Polytan M athletics surface at the O2 World at Ostbahnhof, Berlin, for the fi rst indoor Inter- nationale Stadionfest Berlin (ISTAF). The event was held in March, and featured a host of top international athletes. As a part- ner of ISTAF Indoor, Polytan also installed a mobile Hertha Blue 85-metre sprint track.


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Replay Maintenance is helping fi ve County Football Associations in the East Midlands keep their synthetic turf in tip top condition. It is providing maintenance education to the Derby- shire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire associations. The education programme has been developed with machinery specialists Redexim Charterhouse, and delivers training and advice to sports facilities owners on how to look after artifi cial sport surfaces.


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