In a recent New York Times article, you can see Guzzle H2O co-founder, Sean "Doogie" Couvreux, on the bow of Bella Mente, a Mini-Maxi racing sailboat. The article by David Schmidt describes how professional sailors are spending more time in the gym working on their fitness levels to compensate for heavier sails and more athletic boats. Not only are the sailors having to be fitter, they are also having to support themselves throughout the day by eating the right foods and staying hydrated. Guzzle H2O is proud to work with both programs, Bella Mente and American Magic, on keeping their sailors hydrated on and off the water.
Read the full article on The New York Times website.