CSIO & CSIP Announce Partnership with Infinit Nutrition as Official Supporter

Thursday, May 14, 2020

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CSIO & CSIP Announce Partnership with Infinit Nutrition as Official Supporter

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TORONTO (May 14th, 2020) – Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) and Canadian Sport Institute Pacific (CSIP) are proud to announce their partnership with Infinit Nutrition, an expert in customizable sport-nutrition supplements.

Infinit Nutrition is the personalized, customizable supplement company for today’s high performance athletes during training, recovery, and nutrition. Their mission is to deliver products based on current sport science research, and made with the highest quality ingredients, free from artificial colours, sweeteners and preservatives. To learn more about Infinit, visit their website here.

“Infinit Nutrition has been a fantastic partner for CSI Pacific,” notes Sue Boegman, Nutrition Lead at Canadian Sport Institute Pacific. “Their products are made from the highest quality ingredients, with each batch tested for WADA banned substances. They give our athletes a safe, high quality and trusted performance fueling option. One of my favorite things about Infinit is their flexibility.  Beyond the products currently designed for CSI athletes, Infinit is also able to create products specific to individual athletes so they can meet their training and or competition needs.”  

This four-year partnership will provide CSIO and CSIP-registered athletes, as well as other nationally carded athletes, with a discount code on pre-existing, and fully-personalized, products. As an official supplier to CSIO & CSIP, Infinit Nutrition will provide product to both institutes to help fuel athletes and their podium performances. “The customization and individual attention that Infinit Nutrition delivers to the athletes and teams they work with is unparalleled. When athletes are competing at this level, details matter and one-size-fits-all won’t work when looking for that small edge over the competition. Partnering with Infinit has allowed us to provide options that meet the individual needs of each athlete depending on the phase of training and the sport-specific demands. We have really valued the quality of their products and their willingness to tailor them to suit the needs of each athlete they work with,” said Nicole Springle, Lead Sport Nutritionist at Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.

CSI Sport Nutritionists will also work with the Infinit team to ensure the product is an exact blend to meet the needs of high performance athletes. Athletes who are interested in getting involved, or learning more about Infinit Nutrition should contact Nicole Springle, Lead Sport Nutritionist, CSIO at nspringle@csiontario.ca, or Susan Boegman, Nutrition Lead, CSIP at sboegman@csipacific.ca.

“Back in 2008, together with CSI Pacific, we developed the Custom Fuel Program that delivers safe sport and athlete specific nutrition and recovery products that optimize performance. Now, over a decade later, the program is stronger than ever. We continue to evolve our products to meet the unique needs of the high performance/high volume athletes that CSI supports,” notes Darcy Haggith, CEO Infinit Nutrition Canada. “Of course, there is great pride in knowing we are fuelling our finest Canadian athletes as they compete on the world stage - we watch and follow the sports differently, as a result! One of the greatest benefits of our relationship has been working closely with the CSI athlete supporters (coaches, dieticians, physiologists, etc.). Together we continue to tune our products to best drive the performance of the athletes; this helps every aspect of our business as it cascades down to the products we offer to our general population, as well.”

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