After signing a professional partnership agreement, the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) and Jadran-galenski laboratorij (JGL) commenced a study whose goal is to achieve more successful sports results. This cooperation started when the World Cup in Qatar connected two internationally successful and recognized Croatian brands – the Croatian national football team and Aqua Maris – and by starting this study, that connection will grow even stronger.
To begin with, members of the Croatian nation futsal team will participate in the study, who were given the details of the study today in the hotel Aristos by representatives of the JGL team. This study will allow them to improve their sports capabilities in a natural way.
“Physical activity is one of the key recommendations of experts for living a healthy life. For top athletes, intense physical activity is part of everyday life and in competitions, even the smallest advantage may mean the difference between victory and defeat”, said JGL CEO Mislav Vučić and added that he looked forward to the first study results.
“The Croatian Football Federation entered into a partnership with JGL to start just such a project – research which might lead to the improved performance of our players. We believe in our partners at JGL and their scientists and we share the desire to potentially find a natural way to improve physical performance by using authentic Croatian products through these studies”, stated HNS President Marijan Kustić.
Aqua Maris, an original Croatian product for treating breathing problems that boosts the body’s defence against the common cold and flu, is currently available in over 30 countries and is trusted by more than a hundred million consumers worldwide. Up until now, 220 million Aqua Maris packages were sold worldwide. Furthermore, JGL is a leading company in the world when it comes to using natural seawater for medical purposes and Aqua Maris is the first medical product in the world which carries the approved label “Clean Adriatic seawater, without microplastics”.