FulGaz is excited to unveil a new partnership with M5 Academies triathlon division. The partnership will see FulGaz provide its expertise in indoor training to athletes within the academy.
The partnership will see FulGaz share its expertise and support to the M5 Academies in their approach to the 2021 Ironman World Championships, in Kona this October and other major short course and long course championship events.
Founder and CEO Mike Clucas said “It’s fantastic to be working with M5 Academies and to help these athletes reach their Kona and other championship event ambitions. We’ve always placed an emphasis on helping individuals reach their full potential via FulGaz, and we are looking forward to working closely with Phil Stoneman and Brad Beven to realize this vision.
“I started my career as a coach in triathlon, and to be back working with such a focussed group of riders is really exciting.” He added.
Head coach, Brad Beven said “The FulGaz app has taken indoor cycling sessions to a new level with real vision of iconic rides throughout the world for both cycling and triathlon enthusiasts to elites. This allows M5 athletes to prepare for upcoming races by cycling the course via the app and I can then provide feedback prior to race day. It is the perfect addition to our training programs.”
Phil Stoneman said “We are excited to be working with Australian brand FulGaz as the M5 Academies athletes continue full steam ahead. With the support of FulGaz, the M5 team are preparing to smash their goals.”
About M5 Academies
M5 Academies triathlon division was created to provide emerging, elite age group and pro triathletes a turnkey athletic and education-based program that allows team members to reach their full potential as triathletes.
The M5 Tri program is a first of its kind in Australia that enables athletes to progress seamlessly between tiers as their performance improves and careers develop.