N8 Sports Nutrition Signs 16 Athletes At Its Sales Conference


N8 Sports Nutrition announced its signing of 16 athletes at its annual sales conference today. The Malaysia’s sports nutrition brand signed a team of 16 athletes, including bodybuilders, triathletes, swimmers, runners, and cyclists.

The N8 sponsored athletes include:

  • Mohd Amran Abdul Ghani (3-time Best Malaysian at Ironman Langkawi)
  • Sheela Samivellu (National Record Holder of Standard Chartered Kuala Lumpur Marathon 2016)
  • Mustlika Ayuni (Silver Medalist of Malaysia National Championship MTB Cross Country Olympic 2019)
  • Nazri Pulong (3-time Mr. Malaysia Champion & Winner of Mr. Selangor)
  • Cindy Ong (First Malaysian swimmer to hold the World No.1 Masters Championship & the first female swimmer to win the most gold medals in World Masters Championship)
  • Ejau Azri Mardi (State rugby player, the undefeated champion in Mountain Bike Heavyweight since 2019, Junior Master Champion Shah Alam Criterium 2017 & top 10 podium placings in mountain and road bike races)
  • Karen Siah (2-time Ironman finisher, Ironman 70.3 World Championship qualifier & 8-year experience in fitness coaching and personal training)
  • Ibrahim Adam (Overall Champion of Show of Strength Singapore 2018, 2nd Place in Nabba Mens Open and Classic Physique 2018, 6th Place in Show of Strength Philippines Men Open 2019 & 4th Place in Nabba Men Open 2019)
  • Mohd Noor Syukri Nasir (Owner of One More Rep Fitness Gym)
  • Vicki (2nd Runner Up for Nabba WWF Malaysia Open Championship 2019)
  • Geoff Kronenburg (Event organizer, technical director of numerous cycling and running events & qualifier of UCI Mountain Bike World Masters 2020)
  • Joyce Heng (Women’s Open Title at the Static Monsters World Championship 2019)
  • Tahira Najmunisaaa (Asia Trail Master Series Champion 2016)
  • Loh Chooi Fern (Standard Chartered Full Marathon Malaysia Malaysian Women’s Open Champion 2018 and 2019)
  • Shahrom Abdullah (First Malaysian to qualify for the Powerman World Championship 2004, 2-time Best Malaysia Male Title at Ironman Langkawi 2017 and 2019)
  • Wong Wai Hoong (The Malaysian Book of Records Holder as the Man who cycled for 48 hours)