Footbionics are supporting quite a few feet at the Cricket World Cup...actually a whole team of players!
The Cricket World Cup is a huge event and Footbionics are very much a part of it. By supporting the feet of our cricketers we've played a small part in assisting the team to the World Cup Cricket final. With the high demands placed on cricketers feet the use of orthoses are critical in maintaining comfort and reducing the risk of injury. Footbionics are right up there and worn by no less than 12 players that we know of. These players have collectively amassed over 1100 runs
and taken over 54 wickets
. This is quite an amazing feat.
Our Black Caps - Footbionics wearers include Adam Milne
, Grant Elliot
, Tom Latham
, Martin Guptill
, Mitchell McClenaghan
, Matt Henry
and Tim Southee
. Black Caps fast bowler Adam Milne
sends his deliveries down at over 150 kph and places incredible stresses on his feet and legs. He joins an elite few that can bowl at this speed. Congratulations to the team for their amazing unbeaten run to the final, and show real class along the way.
Several England cricketers competing in the World Cup also use Footbionics. Stuart Broad
, and Chris Woakes
have been using our product for some time - you can review Stuart's own testimonial here
in our wall of fame.
Sri Lankan players have become our newest users. Well known fast bowler Lasith Malinga
, Captain and all rounder Angelo Mathews
, and spin bowler Rangana Herath
all now wearing Footbionics.
With more and more cricketers hearing about Footbionics we know this number will continue to increase and are incredibly proud to be supporting these players.