A Two Year Deal Inked with the Well Known Urban Triathlon for 2019 and 2020
Vancouver, B.C. – F2C Nutrition Inc. is proud to be the official on course hydration and recovery nutrition partner for the Toronto Triathlon Festival for the next two years. F2C Nutrition, known for its clean, athlete focused, science driven premium sports nutrition products and internationally recognized for quality and innovation, will be set up in the expo and at the recovery line for the three day event kicking off on Friday July 19, 2019. F2C Nutrition will be on course and in recovery supporting athletes for all the events including the Sprint, Olympic and Try-A-Tri races.
“As a Canadian company, F2C Nutrition is happy to partner with such a unique triathlon event in Canada’s largest city,” says Greg Cowan, President and CEO of F2C Nutrition. “The Toronto Triathlon Festival provides the athlete with an award winning urban racing experience from sign up to finish line celebration.”
“The TTF has always put the athlete first,” said Toronto Triathlon Festival Founder, Jeff Chong. “As such, we are excited to partner with a venerable entity such as F2C Nutrition and are gratified to offer some of its quality nutrition products to TTF athletes, on course and in the recovery zone.”
In terms of the nutritional partnership, athletes can expect to see a number of familiar F2C Nutrition products including Glyco-Durance on course, and in recovery, Hydra-Durance, Pharma-Pure and Vegan-Pure. For a detailed description of F2C Nutrition products click here.
About Toronto Triathlon Festival
The Toronto Triathlon Festival (TTF) is a celebration of community, endurance and tenacity. On July 20 and July 21, 2019, athletes of all stripes will take on a uniquely urban triathlon on the downtown highways of Canada’s largest city. Whether you’re a seasoned triathlete, weekend warrior or someone looking to add a challenging event to your bucket list, the TTF Weekend features a series of events that will test your spirit and reward you immeasurably at the finish line. For more information about the event visit Toronto Triathlon Festival