Ergoflex is the choice of many professional athletes and sportspeople both in Australia and the UK. Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome, and professional English Rugby player, James Haskell sleep on an Ergoflex mattress. Professional athletes choose Ergoflex to give them a comfortable night’s sleep allowing them to recover from a gruelling training session or prepare for a major competition.
In Australia, our sporting ambassadors are young or emerging Australian athletes, each striving to reach the pinnacle of achievement in their chosen sport. Ergoflex proudly supports them on their journey. Learn their stories and get behind Team Ergoflex!
Michelle Heyman is a professional soccer player who starred in the Australian team, the Westfield Matildas, in the 2015 World Cup and 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Michelle is a key play-maker and striker for Canberra United in the National W-League. She was awarded the W-League Golden Boot and was named Julie Dolan Medal winner.
Adelaide-born Annette Edmondson is an Australian cyclist who races on both the track and on the road for WiggleHigh5 professional women’s cycling team. Annette won gold medals in both the Omnium and Team Pursuit at the 2015 Track World Championships in France. She won gold and silver medals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and also competed at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, where she won bronze in the women’s omnium (2012).
Mariafe was the U23 World Champion and is the current 2017 Australian Champion. Born in Lima Peru, Mariafe began playing beach volleyball when she was 8 years old. She moved to Sydney, Australia when she was 11 and was selected to play in the New South Wales U15 team soon after. Her first major international tournament opportunity came in 2007 when she was selected to represent Australia at the U19 World Championships in Poland. After winning gold at the Asian Continental Cup Final in late June 2016, Mariafe made her Olympic debut in 2016 in Rio.
Olympia Aldersey is an Australian rower from Adelaide, South Australia. Born during the opening ceremony of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, her parents named her Olympia. At age 15 she took up rowing. Olympia was crowned U23 World Champion in the women’s quad sculls and has won Gold, Silver and Bronze at multiple World Championships in the double and quad sculls. She made her Olympic debut in 2016 in Rio competing in the Women's Eight and scull teams. In 2017, she was named in the Women's Double Scull for World Rowing Cups 2 and 3.
Follow Olympia on Instagram @olyaldersey
Daniel Repacholi is an Australian sports shooter, from Victoria. He has competed at a four Olympic Games in the 10-metre air pistol and the 50-metre free pistol, debuting in 2004 at Athens at the age of 22. In 2010, Daniel won a bronze medal in the men’s 10m air pistol at the Delhi Commonwealth Games. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, he won gold in the 10m air rifle gold and bronze in 50m air rifle.
Follow Dan on Instagram @bigdanreps
Tay-Leiha Clark is a young Australian athlete and one of our rising Triple Jump, High Jump and Long Jump talents. At the age of 16 and the youngest in the field, Tay won the silver medal at the Youth Olympics for the Triple Jump. The 19-year old now is a full-time athlete working hard to develop her technique and strength, and be competitive at a senior international level.
Lucien Delfour is a French-Australian slalom canoeist born in Papeete, French Polynesia. Delfour started canoeing at age 8. He had his first international podium finish in 2006 when he won silver in the European Junior Championships in France. First representing France, Lucien moved and began representing Australia in 2010. He won several medals at the Canoe Slalom World Cup in 2012, 2013 and 2015 and competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro where he placed 17th in the K1 event.
Follow Lucien on Instagram @luciendelfour
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