In an epic final, held at Wembley Stadium, CryoAction client Hull FC has today won the prestigious Challenge Cup. Breaking a long held hoodoo, Hull FC beat Warrington Wolves 12-10 in a closely fought battle. Hull’s stamina and passion, late in the game, carried them from a 10-0 scoreline to scoring converted tries in the second half and taking the game.
CryoAction provided the club with access to a mobile cryotherapy chamber which has been used
by the club on various occasions throughout the season thus far. In the run up to the Challenge Cup final, CryoAction supported the club directly at their training base with a series of intensive sessions linked to pre-match preparation overseen by Hull FC Head of Performance, Paul Hatton and Adam Whitney, Strength and Conditioning Coach.
CryoAction director Ian Saunders commented on the win,” We are delighted to have been able to support Hull FC in their successful Challenge Cup campaign. There is a fantastic commitment in the club to leveraging cryotherapy and the players feel the benefits in so many ways. We congratulate the players, the backroom staff and the club’s owner on their victory and wish them continued success in the SuperLeague.”