11/11/2013

INDIBA-Activ-Therapie Medizintechnik S-L-E Germany GmbH

Triathlon and Ironman stars take care of themselves using INDIBA® activ Therapy

Víctor del Corral claims two Ironman titles and Javier Gómez Noya wins his third ITU Triathlon World Championship. Both competitors keep up with their intense training programs and are able to quickly recover from severe exertion due to their use of INDIBA® activ Therapy.


After recovering from a fractured rib,


Víctor del Corral (Team Marville) made his comeback in Narbonne, France, to compete in the third and penultimate 2013 ISOSTAR Extreme Man triathlon. In Narbonne he had to face many elite triathletes in a competition comprising of a 1.9-kilometre swim, an84-kilometre cycle race and finally a 21-kilometre run. Víctor gave his strongest performance in the cycling event, surpassing his rival and former trainer, Pellejero, at the 40-kilometre mark and finishing the ride with an impressive three-minute lead. This gave him enough time to complete the final leg


of the competition without undue pressure as he crossed the finish line a champion, demonstrating his supreme physical shape and athletic prowess. As if one Ironman was not impressive enough, Víctor surprised fans just a few weeks later by finishing third in the Ironman 70.3 Pays d’Aix, France, cementing his status as a member of the triathlon elite.
Likewise, Javier Gómez Noya, Olympic Silver Medal winner in 2012, has also proven to be at the top of his game after winning the World Triathlon Series Grand Final in London, there by claiming his third ITU Triathlon World Championship title. With a time of 1 hour, 48 minutes and 16 seconds, Gómez Noya beat British athlete Jonathan Brownlee by just one second. With the third World Championship title of his athletic career (2008, 2010, 2013), Javier Gómez Noya has ensured his place as one of the triathlon greats, along with Víctor del Corral. Both athletes have found INDIBA® activ Therapy to be extremely helpful. Our therapy speeds up recovery times, allowing athletes to continue with their intense training sessions and scheduled competitions