Tuesday, May 3rd, 2022
Italian Cycling Federation and Enervit renew their partnership for another 3 years
The agreement was signed at the Milan headquarters of Enervit, a leading company in the market of sports food supplementation and functional nutrition. Present were the President of the Italian Cycling Federation (FCI), Cordiano Dagnoni, and Alberto Sorbini, president of Enervit. The agreement allows Enervit to support all disciplines under the federation’s jurisdiction, from road to off-road cycling, on up to paracycling and track. During the meeting, President Dagnoni handed over the blue jersey where Enervit is prominently featured.
It was the federation’s number one in charge who explained the essence of the agreement.
"A winning team doesn’t change; you can only refine and improve the strategy to achieve the next goal. Science, innovation, and research are three elements that Enervit makes available to sports integration, and therefore to our athletes. The synergy between Equipe Enervit and the FCI has further raised the quality of already exceptional products through research, and the results have led to extraordinary success. I am proud to renew this partnership with a brand that we believe in, a brand that is synonymous with certainty, and to continue on a path that will take us to Paris2024".
Alberto Sorbini, president of Enervit remarked, "It is an honour and great satisfaction to continue to support the Federation and its 250 athletes in the various disciplines. We do it every day with our products, with passion and with the unique experience gained in the field of nutrition and supplementation. The partnership with the FCI is founded on shared values and team spirit. We have an important relationship of mutual exchange with the athletes and with the federation staff. It’s essential for us to receive their valuable input, which lead us to innovate and improve all the time".
Over the years Enervit and the FCI have been able to amass many results, from the Olympic medals of the Azzurri, to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, to world titles in both track and road.