Perform Better have been announced as the Official Performance Partner of the Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens Performance Hub for the next 3 years, including the 2022, 2023 and 2024 tournaments. Perform Better partnered with the organisers in both 2018 and 2019.
The Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens has evolved into the world’s largest school rugby tournament with some 10,000 boys and girls aged 11 – 18 competing annually. Perform Better will be creating a Performance Hub, allowing competing teams to maximise their preparations for the tournament.
Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens Tournament Director Andy Higgins said: “We are incredibly proud to welcome again Perform Better who add tremendous value to the tournament and athletes visiting their performance hub.”
The Hub will feature a ‘Warm Up Zone’ including Wattbikes, Perform Better Olympic Lifting frames and free weights, a ‘Recovery Zone’ with Recovery legs, personal massage products and a stretch area. In addition to this Perform better will be bringing their ‘Challenge Zone’ where you can test your reaction speed, measure your power output and jump height and try the latest in sports technologies. Also, watch out for special guests throughout the week dropping in to speak to the players.
Mark Gladwin, Director at Perform Better added: “Perform Better are delighted to partner with Rosslyn Park again. We are pleased to become the official Performance Sponsor for the Rosslyn Park Tournament over the next 3 years and be given the opportunity to support the next generation of athletes across the next 3 years. This tournament is a fantastic event to be involved in and we are proud to bring back our successful and popular Performance Hub.
“Supporting the education sector is important to Perform Better, and we wish all the schools competing the best of luck in the 2022 and future tournaments.”
Perform Better are the UK’s most innovative supplier of Performance Monitoring and Training Equipment specialising in meeting the needs of the Professional Sports and Education markets in the UK and Europe.