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Wearing Formthotics gives great relief to my feet at work

17 February 2016 - posted by Formthotics HQ

SARAH THARP

Zoo Keeper, St. Louis Zoo, Missouri

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Ultra-cyclist Dad, high school teacher and Formthotics wearer reaches podium in Race Across America!

9 September 2015 - posted by Formthotics HQ

Peter Sandholt has come third in the Race Across America 2015! The event, described as 'the world's toughest endurance bicycle race', covers 4800kms coast-to-coast across the United States of America. We managed to cycle Peter in for a quick interview.

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Disability won’t stop Richard Warwick – help him cross the finish line (especially if you are in Wellington)

31 August 2015 - posted by Formthotics HQ

Inspirational Richard Warwick is walking the 2015 New York (NY) marathon in November! We encourage you to support him at the Achilles Wellington gala dinner and charity auction – an event designed to get Achilles NZ disabled athletes to the NY marathon. The event is supported by three of Wellington’s top restaurants and promises an evening of exceptional food, wine, entertainment and premium auction items up for grabs.

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Running injury free and a little more ambitious (and see what he wears!) – physiotherapist Jeremy Duggan tells how

15 July 2015 - posted by Formthotics HQ

An active life no longer in pain

Stress fractures, shin splints, knee pain and hamstring strains. All injuries I have encountered in the past, but not the present. As an amateur athlete growing up through the 'olden days' (circa 1990s), there were copious amounts of stress put on my joints as I worked my way up the fitness ladder – from a child playing rounder’s to a 20-something year old in the division hockey finals.

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Formthotics amaze keen cyclist

15 June 2015 - posted by Formthotics HQ

30+ years cycling

‘I love to ride my mountain bike. It’s that simple,’ says Ian Craven, an avid cyclist from New Zealand. Ian has been riding a mountain bike since he received a new Jamis Dakar as a gift in 1985.

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Ultra-cyclist overcame his pain

8 December 2014 - posted by Formthotics HQ

Insoles in his cycling shoes make Peter Sandholt from Søvind feel optimistic before a huge challenge in the U.S.

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Putting Formthotics™ to the test: Dave Murphy – a walking journey through the Appalachian trail

17 June 2014 - posted by Formthotics HQ

Dave Murphy is walking the Appalachian trail over 4.5 months, walking approximately 40 kilometers per day and reaching a total of approximately 3500 kilometers. Known as the ‘grandfather of long distance trails’, the walk travels through 14 states across America. Dave started his walk in March at Springer mountain, Georgia, and will finish in Mt Katahdin, Maine in the middle of July 2014.

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Scott Molina - triathlon legend shares 3 tips to help minimise injury risk for a long endurance sport career

4 June 2014 - posted by Formthotics HQ

Scott Molina is a world class triathlete legend who started competing professionally in the early 1980s and still actively competes in endurance races today – recently running the 90km Comrades Marathon in South Africa in June 2014. He was born in California and has lived in New Zealand since 1994. Scott shares few words on his early days, his relationship with Formthotics, and words of wisdom on how you too can succeed in the sporting world.

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What it really takes to be a top Paralympic skier – on snow and in the mind

16 May 2014 - posted by Formthotics HQ

We couldn't have been prouder to see Formthotics Ambassador Adam Hall, on the snow during the Sochi Winter Paralympic Games 2014 – you may have caught our updates on the Formthotics Facebook page. We break down what helps make New Zealand alpine ski racer Adam such a success not just on his skis, but as an inspirational person.

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