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Trinity Sport claim Nutramino Award

Published: 23rd April 2018

Trinity Sport has been announced as the Third Level Education and Fitness Club of the Year at the inaugural NUTRAMINO® Health and Fitness Awards.

The award recognises not only Trinity Sport’s facilities and classes but also their ability to incorporate all of the academic community and wider public into their schedule.

Business Development Manager for Trinity Sport, Rosie King commented: “This win is testament to the hard work and commitment of the Trinity Sport team who strive to provide our members with the best service and facilities possible.”

Gary Twohig, General Manager of NUTRAMINO® said of the awards, “All of us here at NUTRAMINO® and colleagues at Glanbia Performance Nutrition would like to congratulate all the winners in the inaugural NUTRAMINO® Health and Fitness Awards. The winning facilities, teams, programmes and content are setting the standards in the health and fitness industry in Ireland and serve as a great fit with our brand which has raised the expectations of consumers for active nutrition products.”

“We’re delighted and excited to work on a brand new Irish Awards ceremony, which aims to continually keep the industry striving for best in class, whilst openly recognising and rewarding independent achievements,” added Tracey Carney, Event Director.

The awards ceremony took place in The Round Room at The Mansion House, Dublin, and were presented by fitness advocate and blogger, Vogue Williams.

The judging panel included Paul Byrne, Founder of BodyByrne and 6 times Irish karate champion, president of NABBA, President of the World Fitness Federation of Ireland and a regular judge of Mr. Universe. Conn McCluskey formerly CEO of Ireland Active, the national association for the leisure, health and fitness sector in Ireland and Brenda O’ Donnell, Inclusive Sport and Fitness Coordinator at CARA, formerly Director of Sport for Cerebral Palsy Sport Ireland, also sat on the judging panel.