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Over 20 NOCCO ambassadors going to Madison

More than 20 NOCCO ambassadors, including Tia-Clair Toomey, Samantha Briggs, Frederik Aegidius and Gabriela Migala, will compete in the 2019 Reebok CrossFit® Games, the world’s elite contest to crown the Fittest on Earth™. It is a remarkable accomplishment for all the athletes who worked tirelessly all year and have qualified or earned an invitation to the CrossFit® Games through the CrossFit® Open or one of the 16 independent Sanctionals competitions.
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NOCCO official new sponsor of Tia-Clair Toomey and Shane Orr

NOCCO is proud to unveil our latest ambassadors: two-times CrossFit® Games Champion Tia-Clair Toomey, and her husband and coach, Shane Orr. Tia is one of the world’s top athletes and a successful weightlifter, representing Australia in the 2016 Olympic Games. Tia went on to win gold in the 58kg Division at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
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NOCCO x The Fit Expo

NOCCO is excited to be exhibiting at The Fit Expo in Anaheim on Saturday June 1 & Sunday June 2. This will be the first time NOCCO has exhibited at a trade show in the US & we look forward to welcoming the 30,000+ attendees.  Come to booth 470 to meet the team, meet our ambassadors and most importantly, meet NOCCO BCAA!
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Battle Cancer x NOCCO

Battle Cancer pumped the fun back into fundraising and fitness this spring, with their United States debut in Los Angeles. NOCCO and Battle Cancer teamed up for a sensational three-day throwdown, touring LA boxes with NOCCO and some great WODs.
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Meet our ambassador Jonas Jerebko

Jonas Jerebko is the Swedish professional basketball player playing for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He started his NBA career when he was selected in the second round of the 2009 draft by the Detroit Pistons, making him the second Swedish born basketball player in history to be selected in the NBA. We got a chance to meet up with Jonas for some questions.
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