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team proto-col update

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A phenomenal week of success and medal wins from our proto-col team members from James Greenwell’s Silver medal at the World Biathle Championships in Guatemala, South America; Caroline Livesey’s 3rd place age group ranking in the World Ironman Championships in Kaiua-Kona, Hawaii; Mark Livesey’s 21st place age group ranking in the same event and finally Chris Roxburgh’s bronze medal win at the British Duathlon Championships in Emberton Country Park near Milton Keynes.

Caroline Livesey

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Caroline Livesey is a long distance triathlete, also known as Ironman triathlon and since 2008 has been competing in triathlon with a successful move to long distance Triathlon in 2010.  During this time Caroline has become age group winner at both UK and European and World Ironman events. Her success at this distance has meant qualification at the Ironman World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii this year –  an amazing achievement!

Team proto-col update

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Another busy time for our team proto-col athletes from Laura Massaro World No 2 Squash Player competing in Asia; Samantha Murray’s GB Modern Pentathlon preparation for the 2014 World Championships; James Greenwell and Harry Lanes upcoming Biathle World Tour series event; Caroline  Livesey upcoming Ironman challenge competition.

Team proto-col news

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British Middle Distance Triathlon Championships 2014

Mark and Caroline Livesey two of our team proto-col athletes both competed in the British Middle Distance Triathlon Championships in Aberfeldy in Scotland on the 17th of August.  This event includes a 1.9km swim, a 90 km bike ride and a 21km run. Mark and Caroline both became British Middle Distance Triathlon Champions in their respective age groups continuing their amazing form this year.  The Aberfeldy event is well known for its challenging course.  This year’s poor weather conditions made this event even more so with cold, windy and rainy conditions.

The power of green magic – part 2

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In our last green magic blog on Wednesday 23rd July we looked at what a product needed to have to be classed as a superfood and why green magic is a true superfood.  We looked at 5 of the 16 nutritionally dense ingredients and in today’s blog we will look at the remaining ingredients.

The ingredients that we discussed last time were Hawaiian Spirulina, Soy Lecithin, CO Enzyme (COQ10), Royal Jelly and Broken Cell Wall Chlorella.  Each of these ingredients are superfoods in their own rights and offer real health and well-ness benefits.