News - 5th May 2022

iPRO team up with parkrun for the National Running Show South 2022!


iPRO are thrilled to announce their return as the Official Hydration Partner to the UK’s leading running exhibition, The National Running Show South. Held once a year at Farnborough International, The NRS South is an award-winning event welcoming over 12,000 running enthusiasts keen to explore the latest in pioneering brands, cutting-edge technology, delicious nutrition, and influential industry speakers.


On Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 of May 2022, iPRO will welcome us to its stand with our official Apricot product collection! We will be showcasing the full range, so it’s a great chance to see the product and meet the team!


iPRO will also return with its iconic bottle inflatables and coolers filled with bottles of iPRO Hydrate, ensuring visitors remain thoroughly hydrated during the event and they are offering all parkrunners free entry to the show using code ‘iPRO’ here! Want iPRO Hydrate delivered to your door? Get 25% off now at iPRO.run.


As the Official Hydration Partner to the National Running Show South, iPRO will deliver their healthy hydration range to the VIP lounge: an exclusive space where guests can rest, chat with friends, catch up with others, and mingle with event speakers. All while relaxing in the lounge’s comfortable seating with a chilled bottle of iPRO Hydrate.


It’s anticipated to be an incredible two days at Farnborough International, as four-time Olympic champion, Sir Mo Farah, will be joining famous faces from the world of running including Paula Radcliffe, Steve Cram, Shakira Akabusi, Jenni Falconer, Jo Pavey and Danny Bent to talk about their inspiring journeys. Farah is one of the most decorated athletes in British track and field history, with ten global championship gold medals making him the most successful male track distance runner globally in history.



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