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Here are Some of the Athletes who use Vitalyte Electrolyte Replacement Drink

Asia Muhammad Team Vitalyte

Vitalyte would like to introduce you to some of the fantastic athletes who use our electrolyte replacement drink as part of their training and competition routines. Being the top of your class takes dedication, long practice hours and a commitment to excellence so we salute each of them.

James Duckworth has been ranked as high as 82nd on the ATP tour. The Aussie has been recuperating from foot surgery and looks to be back on the court as soon as he heals. He is a big rugby fan and his favorite team is the Newcastle Knights.

Asia Muhammad holds a WTA doubles ranking of 44th in the world. The Las Vegas resident started playing tennis at the age of nine and hasn’t looked back. Her tennis idols include Andre Agassi and Serena Williams. Her older brother Shabazz plays in the NBA.

Ishe “Sugar Shay Smith is a junior middleweight boxer and IBF Light Middleweight and USBA Welterweight title holder. A Las Vegas native, Ishe works closely with the city to provide community service. In fact, February 23rd is named “Ishe ‘Sugar Shay’ Smith Day” by the city. Ishe is the father of six and helps coach youth football.

Rajeev Ram holds 10 ATP tour titles. The former University of Illinois standout started playing tennis at the age of four with his father. He has reached the doubles quarter-finals of the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon. When he’s not on the tennis court you can find him on the driving range or working on his charity, EntouRaj For Kids!

Joe Frank was chosen to be a Navy Seal candidate and was in Seal training in 2007 when he was hit head-on by a drunk driver. He would spend the next several months in a wheelchair with two broken legs. During that time he remembered how much he missed being an athlete. Fast forward to 2018 and Frank is in full training as a professional distance cyclist. On June 12th he will begin the sports most challenging event, The Race Across America. Staring in Oceanside and spanning 3,000 miles until the finish in Annapolis, Maryland, the San Diegan will use Vitalyte along the way to keep him fueled.

Congratulations to all of these athletes who excel both on and off the field. Look for future stories on more of the athletes who use Vitalyte.

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