Bruce Tasker - Bobsleigh driver
Bruce Tasker represents Team GB at Bobsleigh and competes all over Europe in the World Bobsleigh Series. A former 400m sprinter, Bruce switched sport while at the University of Bath. The team is currently ranked 4th in the world and is training for the Winter Olympics.
Bruce wears Isobar Compression to get that 1% performance gain so many athletes aspire for, allowing him to travel without the risk of DVT and speeding up his recovery to allow him to train more. @Bruce_Bobsleigh
Charlie 'The Mighty' Quinn - professional boxer
When a knee injury ended a very promising football career at 18, Charlie turned to boxing and it immediately became his passion. After a successful Amateur apprenticeship served at the highly regarded Golden Ring Boxing Club in Southampton, he turned Professional under the Goodwin Boxing promotional banner in 2016 giving up his career as a fire fighter.
Fighting in the Light Heavyweight Division he is confident and determined to achieve success at the highest levels of the sport. Charlie has chosen Isobar Compression to aid his recovery and travel. @mightyquinnbox1
Jasmijn Muller - amateur cyclist/management consultant
Known as Duracellbunnyonabike, Netherlands-born Jasmijn is a keen amateur cyclist preparing to break the 1,000-mile women's solo cycling record riding from Lands End to John O'Groats in September 2017.
Jasmijn suffered from a DVT in early 2016 after a mix of training, travelling for work and dehydration. She is now proud to wear Isobar Compression for both recovery and travel to prevent future problems. @JasmijnMuller1
Mark Beaumont - ultra endurance athlete
Mark is a record-breaking long-distance cyclist, adventurer, broadcaster, documentary maker and author. He held the record for cycling round the world, completing his 18,297 miles in 2008, in 194 days 17 hours. In 2010 he cycled the Americas from Alaska, to Ushuaia, Southern Argentina, for a BBC TV series.
On 21 May 2015 Mark broke the World Record for fastest solo ride for the length of Africa, riding from Cairo to Cape Town in 42 days and 8 hours. The ultra-endurance athlete then set another record taking one third off the current Guinness World Record (123 days) for circumnavigating the globe, completing the challenge in just 78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes wearing Isobar Compression calf and arm sleeves while cycling, then compression socks for recovery. @MrMarkBeaumont