12th September 2021
Scotland Rugby League Announce iPRO as Official Hydration Partner
iPRO are proud to become the Official Hydration Partner for Scotland Rugby League in the build-up to the Rugby League World Cup next year. The exciting partnership will see iPRO provide healthy hydration from the iPRO Hydrate – Sport Edition range to the Scotland Rugby League Men’s Team, Women’s Team, Wheelchair Team, Men’s A Team, Club XIII Team, Physical Disability Team, Learning Disability Team, X-League Men’s Team, X-League Mixed Team, Students Team, Under 19’s Team, Under 16’s Team, and Match Officials.
9th September 2021
iPRO Announce Partnership with 1TeamActive to Support Police Wellbeing Across England
TeamPolice have just launched their pilot sport and activity programme (1TeamActive) in partnership with Sport England after securing £348k in funding from The National Lottery. The programme aims to boost the health and wellbeing of police forces across England who are an invaluable part of our community. Policing is one of the most mentally and physically demanding occupations to have, and the nature of their work means they’ll face stressful situations that most of us will never have to experience.
31st August 2021
iPRO Unveil Partnership Renewal with Rotherham United FC
iPRO are delighted to announce the renewal of their partnership with Rotherham United and continue to provide iPRO Hydrate – Sport Edition to the first team to aid fast rehydration during training sessions and matchdays. The renewal marks iPRO’s partnership with Rotherham United as their longest-serving partner since becoming Official Hydration Partner in July 2014.
3rd August 2021
iPRO Teams Up with Dominoes Netball Club for 2021 Summer Camps
iPRO are delighted to deliver their healthy hydration range to this year’s Summer Camps hosted by Dominoes Netball Club. Throughout August, Dominoes Netball Club are offering free summer netball camps to young girls in Manchester who come from low-income areas. The camps are designed to invite young girls from disadvantaged households to come and play sport, while providing a free hot meal and learning about food values with nutritionist Jeanette Jackson. For a total of four weeks, the girls will have the chance to play exciting games and competitions, form friendships with each other, and learn important skills in a welcoming and positive space.