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Ciarán Kilkenny

Gaelic Football Player Ciarán Kilkenny Becomes Herbalife's newest Ambassador in Ireland

Dublin County & Castleknock Gaelic football player Ciarán Kilkenny has become a brand ambassador for Herbalife in Ireland for 2023.

Herbalife are working closely with Ciarán to provide expertise and its Herbalife24 sports nutrition products to create nutrition programmes that support in maximising his performance as a player. The partnership will also see both parties collaborating on relevant content for fans and Herbalife members in Ireland and globally. Ciarán is an established Gaelic football player who plays centre forward for the Dublin County team and as a dual player for his club Castleknock. As a youth, he represented Dublin at several levels and despite being offered a place on the Dublin senior hurling panel, chose to dedicate his time solely to Gaelic football. Ciarán also spent time as a rookie on the playing list of Australian rules football club Hawthorn in Melbourne.  A school teacher by profession, Ciarán continued to add to his teaching expertise this year by becoming a qualified yoga teacher, completing his training in Bali, Indonesia.

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Sharlene Mawdsley

Sharlene Mawdsley made history when she and her three teammates broke the national record at the European Championships in 2022.

Through the support and guidance from Herbalife, I have been able to understand that nutrition is so important in becoming a successful athlete.”

With her sights set on the biggest prize of all – The Olympics – she’s fine tuned her training and her nutrition to get race ready. Read on to find out where she’s heading, the importance of goal setting and why she’s taking CR7 Drive and H24 Formula 1 Sport along for the ride…  


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Jordan Lee

The Irish high jumper competed in the Tokyo Paralympics last summer and had the privilege of being flag bearer for the opening ceremony.

He took silver at the Paris World Para Athletics Grand Prix earlier this month and is now focused on qualifying for the Paris Paralympic Games in 2024.

“Having fuel and the right nutrition is hugely important and I'm getting the best out of recovery with them, it makes a huge difference. The obstacles I've had to jump over, quite literally, they're the company helping me do it, it means a lot to me.”

At just 22 years old, he has been competing for Ireland since 2017 and is proud to have been the country’s flag bearer at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. He competes in the high jump. 

Prior to competing for Ireland in the Paralympics, Jordan was the first one-handed basketball player in the world to represent their country. No one else has achieved this since! 

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Nhat Nguyen

Aiming high, targeting to be in the Badminton World top 20! 

Nhat is a Team Ireland IOC Scholarship athlete, who first took up badminton when he moved to Ireland from Vietnam when he was six. He won the European U17 title when he was 15, the same year he won his first Irish senior title. He won a European Junior bronze medal in 2018 when he also made the quarter-finals of World Juniors and the Youth Olympics. In his first year senior (2019) he reached quarterfinals at four international tournaments and made last 16 at the European Games.

He also won seven of his eight games at the 2019 World Team Challenge where Ireland narrowly missed winning Division 3. In 2021 he got to the last 16 at the English Open and the European Championships.

Still only 22, Nguyen won his first Irish senior title and a European U17 title when he was just 16 and made his Olympic debut in Tokyo last year.