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Asteron Life Renews Sponsorship Of Anneke Jenkins

Friday 6 October 2017

 

From New Zealand news outlet Scoop:

 

Anneke Jenkins
Anneke Jenkins
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Asteron Life renews sponsorship of Anneke Jenkins

Press Release: Asteron Life
Thursday, 5 October 2017
© Scoop Media

4 October 2017

Asteron Life renews sponsorship of triathlete Anneke Jenkins

Asteron Life is proud to announce that it has renewed its sponsorship agreement with New Zealand triathlete Anneke Jenkins.

Asteron Life first began sponsoring Tauranga local Anneke in 2014, to support her in her goal to reach the Rio 2016 Olympics.

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While growing up in Tauranga, Anneke Jenkins began her sporting career in her teens as a swimmer, achieving two 6th placings in World Cup’s in 2009. But at 20 she developed Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the health challenges of her illness ruled out any chance of her swimming competitively.

“It was really difficult. I spent days, weeks and months in bed and I couldn’t walk to the kitchen to make dinner, I couldn’t drive. I was just so fatigued, I had nothing,” Anneke recalls. “The whole experience made me realise that you can’t do anything without your health, and I had to prioritise it.”

 

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