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SCICON Bags renews sponsorship with AS Monaco Triathlon Team for 2018.

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Scicon Bags is pleased to announce a continuation of its partnership with one of France’s most prestigious triathlon teams through 2018, as an official supplier of the AS Monaco Triathlon Team.

Accommodating the needs of athletes including French National Champion Charlotte Morel, SCICON will supply the team with a range of AeroComfort Triathlon 3.0 TSA Bike Travel Bags and other accessories including the popular customized Scicon Race Rain Bags to help athletes stay organised on or around race day.

Morel headlines the AS Monaco team, a three-time national champion herself, this season she also finished on the podium at Ironman 70.3 Barcelona and at the Embrunman, often regarded as one of the toughest long distance triathlons out there. Joining her on the team is Kevin Runstadler, bronze medallist at the French National Championships Long Distance.

All members of the AS Monaco Triathlon Club will also benefit from special discounts on the AS Monaco branded Scicon Bags through a dedicated webpage on the Scicon Bags webshop.

Brand manager for Scicon Bags, Christian Pearce said of the partnership: “We’ve built close ties with the AS Monaco Triathlon Team over the years so it’s great to be continuing our partnership to supply the athletes with products to make sure they arrive on race day with their bikes and equipment secure and ready to go. We wish the team the best of luck for the coming race season and hope to see the club continue to grow and flourish at the highest level”.

Team manager Hervé Banti added: “I always want to use the best products for my team so I choose Scicon Bags to help us travel securely. It’s an honor for us to work with Scicon, alongside the most prestigious cycling and triathlon teams”.

The full 2018 roster includes Charlotte Morel, Kevin Maurel, Gwenael Ouillères, Kevin Rundstadler, Thomas Navarro, Alexandre Blain and Carla Dahan. For 2018, the team’s objectives remain as pushing for the best results possible at an international level, while also developing the younger generation of triathlon talent into tomorrow’s champions.

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