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Nutrition Company Signs Welsh International Rugby Player Sam Davies as Brand Ambassador


Cardiff-based nutrition company, MSC Nutrition, has signed Ospreys and Welsh International Sam Davies as its latest brand ambassador.

Joining a prestigious list of athletes including championship boxer Carl Frampton MBE, Olympic Gold Medallist hockey player Sam Quek MBE. The 23-year-old is the latest ambassador to represent the high performance nutrition brand.

After claiming World Rugby’s Junior Player of the Year title in 2013 the Ospreys star was included in the Welsh squad for the first time in October 2016, and featured in the squad for the Six Nations.

Speaking of his partnership with MSC, Sam said:

“I’m at a crucial point in my career and need to make sure all aspects of my training and diet are working together to ensure my performance on the field peaks at all times. Working with a nutrition brand that I can trust, which provides high quality products is essential in achieving this, MSC Nutrition accommodates all these requirements.

“The MSC team has gone above and beyond in making sure every product and supplement plan created is tailored specifically for me – I’m proud to be an MSC brand ambassador and look forward to working with them as my career in sport continues to progress.”

Nicky Edmonds, Director of MSC Nutrition said:

“We are thrilled to have Sam on board and we were delighted to support him throughout his journey to the Six Nations.  As a Welsh company ourselves, we take great delight in supporting local talent wherever we can and are fully behind Sam and will continue to support him as he progresses in his career.

“We work hard to ensure that the products we supply fit the specific requirements of all our athletes and invest extensively in product development to ensure all supplements are produced to Informed Sport guidelines, offering full transparency to a range of high calibre sportspeople including Carl Frampton MBE, Sam Quek MBE, Will Boyde, Tyler Morgan – and now Sam Davies.”

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