The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2015-01-19T22:38:16Z STING return to ISPO Munich - the world's largest sporting good trade show 2015-01-19T22:38:16Z sting-return-to-ispo-munich-the-world-s-largest-sporting-good-trade-show STING are set to launch their 2015/16 collection of boxing and training equipment at the world’s leading sporting goods trade show, ISPO Munich. From February 5 to February 8 2015, STING will join around 2,560 international exhibitors who present their products to over 80,000 visitors from more than 100 countries. The new season STING range features some truly advanced and innovative products, made from the highest quality materials and designed to meet the rigours of high performance training and competition. From AIBA approved boxing gloves, to punch bags, protective gear, weight training gloves, lifting accessories, conditioning equipment and more, every STING product is tried and tested to ensure the very best feel, fit and performance. As the world’s only multi-segment trade show, ISPO Munich offers participants a unique opportunity to network, discover cross-selling potential, and identify new segments and trends before they reach the market. STING is at the forefront of trends within the sporting and fitness segments, with STING boxing equipment, in particular, attracting a lot of attention in the European market. STING is one of only four brands worldwide who produce a range of gloves, head guards and hand wraps that are approved by the International Boxing Association (AIBA) for use international amateur competition, as well as the new AIBA Pro Boxing (APB) competition. In 2014 STING’s AIBA range was showcased at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with the brand chosen at the official supplier of boxing equipment for the Games. Following on from this success, STING have recently been selected at the AIBA official supplier of boxing equipment for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. STING have also supplied boxing equipment for many European competitions including the 2013 Mediterranean Games (Turkey), the 2013 AIBA Junior Youth/Female World Championships (Bulgaria), the 2013 AIBA American Continental Championships (Chile) and the inaugural 2014 APB tournament (Italy). To find out more about ISPO Munich 2015, visit www.munich.ispo.com/en/ or, if you’re headed to ISPO, visit the STING stand in Hall B4, stand 331 and find out how STING can deliver Power for your Passion. www.stingsports.com Australian fitness brand STING selected for 2016 Rio Olympics 2015-01-19T01:19:20Z australian-fitness-brand-sting-selected-for-2016-rio-olympics Australian sporting goods company STING have been selected as the official AIBA boxing glove supplier for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, cementing their status as one of the world’s fastest growing fitness brands. The news was announced in late 2014 at the International Boxing Association’s (AIBA) Congress in Korea, and follows on from STING’s supply of boxing equipment for the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. STING are proud affiliates of AIBA, and have supplied AIBA approved gloves and head guards at many other national and international boxing events including the 2014 Women’s World Championships and the inaugural AIBA Pro Boxing (APB) Tournament in Europe. STING will be supporting many other events and tournaments in the next 18 months, culminating in the 2016 Rio Olympics. “The Olympic Games represent the pinnacle of competition for most boxers, with the chance to represent their country and compete at the highest level. Rio 2016 is the most anticipated sporting event for athletes, coaches and spectators, and we’re extremely proud to be involved. The Olympics is always a special time, but it will take on a whole new level of excitement for us in 2016” said Media and Communications Manager Alicia Kacar. Over the past decade, STING have developed their reputation as the market leader in competition boxing equipment. As the brand continues to grow, with ever-increasing presence at international events, STING aims to lead the field not only in boxing, but across the full spectrum of sports and training equipment. www.stingsports.com STING is the proud official supplier of boxing equipment for the Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games. 2014-07-20T23:13:47Z sting-is-the-proud-official-supplier-of-boxing-equipment-for-the-glasgow-2014-xx-commonwealth-games-1 Sting is thrilled to support the upcoming 2014 Glasgow XX Commonwealth Games, as the official supplier of boxing equipment. As the major fitness and contact sports equipment company fully owned and operated in Australia, Sting is highly regarded by industry professionals worldwide for producing the highest quality equipment, designed to withstand the rigours of high-performance training and competition. Sting gear combines innovative design, technical materials and traditional manufacturing techniques to provide maximum protection and functionality for athletes of all levels, from amateur to elite. Sting products have been tried and tested by athletes across the globe to produce the best feel, fit and performance, and are made to deliver when the demands are high. Sting is an International Boxing Association (AIBA) approved and licensed supplier, and has been actively supporting boxing in several Commonwealth countries, including Australia,Northern Ireland and New Zealand,for more than a decade. Sting have supplied gloves and headgear at many local and international events including the 2012 AIBA Oceania Qualifying Event (Australia), the 2013 AIBA Junior Youth/Female World Championships (Bulgaria) and the 2013 AIBA American Continental Championships (Chile), and  are extremely excited to extend their support to athletes at the highest level of competition in the Glasgow Games. Arjun David, Managing Director of Sting, said ‘Boxing is a huge passion of our company and we are proud to be the first Australian company to officially supply boxing gear to athletes at a Commonwealth Games. To be involved as a supplier for the 2014 XX Games is particularly special, as Glasgow is the first time that women’s boxing will be included on the sports programme at a Commonwealth Games’.