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Shock Doctor becomes official mouthguard supplier to Bristol Bears

Shock Doctor will provide the latest in custom fit mouthguard technology to Bristol Bears first and academy teams.

Shock Doctor has been at the forefront of mouthguard technology since 1993 and is proud to be the world’s No1 mouthguard brand, available in over 70 countries.

This agreement sees Shock Doctor further establish its leading position in the UK sports protection market. Shock Doctor is distributed in the UK by Hy-Pro International.

Jack Targett, Head of Recovery and Medical Logistics at Bristol Bears said: “We are delighted to be teaming up with Shock Doctor. Shock Doctor has a great heritage and reputation in providing the best in quality and protection.

"The players love the products and we have had excellent feedback, and most importantly the players have the confidence they need to play at the highest level.”

Chris Lord, Senior Brand Manager at Hy-Pro said: “It’s a great privilege to be working with Bristol Bears. The club has a real air of excitement around it at the moment, and they have developed a great team on and off the pitch.

"By securing this partnership agreement we can further develop our long-term Shock Doctor brand strategy and cement our position as global leaders in sports protection.”


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