KYMIRA® Sport, the wearable infrared performance clothing brand designed to help athletes enhance performance, accelerate recovery and reduce the chances of injury, announce a partnership with Swansea City AFC as their official recovery partner for the remainder of the 22/23 Championship season.
The deal will see KYMIRA® Sport continue to support the men’s first team by providing game-changing solutions to reduce injuries, accelerate recovery, and contribute to the overall wellness of Swansea City players.
Founded in 2013 by Timothy Brownstone at the University of Reading, KYMIRA® infrared technology is recognized and used in workflows of a number of elite organizations including Premier League football clubs, international rugby teams and Olympic organisations. In the US, KYMIRA® currently supplies teams in the NFL, MLS, the MLB and Colleges across the Power 5.
KYMIRA®’s world-leading performance apparel imparts physiological and recovery advantages to athletes due to its ability to absorb the body’s heat and transform it into full-spectrum infrared energy.
The infrared energy increases local circulation and cellular oxygenation, enhancing an athlete’s strength, stamina, endurance and energy to perform stronger on the field, court or track; whilst the infrared energy promotes faster recovery.
Lee Merrells, partnership sales manager at Swansea City, said: “We’re delighted to be working with KYMIRA® Sport for the upcoming season.
We are sure that their products and knowledge within this field will be very valuable to our first team, and we’re very pleased that Tim Brownstone and his team are on board for the upcoming campaign.”
Founder and CEO of KYMIRA® Tim Brownstone said: “We are pleased to be working with Swansea City to support their travel and recovery needs this season as they target promotion. They’re taking a proactive approach to maximise player well-being and we are very proud to be named their official recovery partner.”
“We’re relentless in our search for solutions to improve an athlete’s body’s performance, recovery and pain management. By pushing harder and further in our research we are enabling athletes to do the same both on and off the pitch.”