PROJECT announced as Triathlon Canada official supplier through Tokyo 2020!

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PROJECT clothing is proud to announce that we are continuing our relationship with Triathlon Canada High Performance and have signed with them through the 2020 Olympics! We are excited to continue development of the best and innovative garments that help to put High Performance athletes ahead when seconds count. 2017 is already shaping up to be a busy year for athletes and the lead up to Tokyo 2020 will only get busier- follow the athletes journeys on our our social media!

Read the official Press Release here.

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PROJECT announced as new AFL National Umpire Supply Program

PROJECT is excited to be announced as the new supplier for the AFL National Umpire Supply Program. We are looking forward to the season ahead and pleased that our short 4 week turn around for orders means there is still plenty of time to get your uniforms before the season starts!  A great range for both on field and off field including male and female specific styles tailored specifically for the differences in men’s and women’s shapes.

Check out the range here

Official Press Release to come!

 

Countdown to WMG2017!

The final countdown to the World Masters Games 2017 is on! Auckland has been getting busy preparing for the influx of athletes from around the world, ready to compete in April. We have hit the 10 week countdown, which means if you have been considering ordering a custom team uniform with the official WMG2017 logo then you have 4 weeks to contact us so that we can have it completed and to you in time! Email us at [email protected] or check out your options for custom teamwear here.

Official merchandise is available online now with limited numbers left- if you have been thinking about purchasing some official merchandise from our range, now is the time! You can find the range by clicking here. We will also be located at various places throughout the event with an extended merchandise range!

Tag us in your merchandise pictures on social media, we would love to see how you are#trainingforAuckland and #EatTrainRepeat. Looking forward to seeing you at the Games!

New Stockist- Bicycle Center Belmont

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Project Clothing is proud to welcome Bicycle Center Belmont to our retail outlet family. Based at 119 High Street, Belmont (Geelong) the store offers a huge floor space where you’ll find the latest range of road, triathlon, mountain, cyclocross, kids and e-bikes from top international brands such as Merida and Norco. They also stock all the bike accessories you’re ever likely to need along with a full bike servicing workshop.

Feel free to also drop in and visit Shane, Tania and the friendly Bicycle Center team to discuss the entire Project Clothing range of triathlon, running, compression, cycle and casual wear. You’ll be able to pick up a great Christmas present while you’re there!

 

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Where does your PROJECT gear take you? The Gym? Local Fun Run? International Competition?

At PROJECT, we are all about you. Working with you and for you, PROJECT creates technical clothing for athletes and teams to enhance performance, comfort and confidence. Weather you are wearing custom designed corporate team t-shirt, casual track pants on the couch or a high performance international athlete in a custom Supersuit, PROJECT is there with you the whole way. Share with us on social media how and wear you are wearing your PROJECT gear using the hashtag #wearproject and let’s build a community of like minded individuals and teams being the best they can be.

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Ambassador Ryan Bailie is off to the Rio Olympics!

PROJECT Ambassador Ryan Bailie finished 4th in the Gold Coast WTS over the weekend which landed him a spot in the Australian team at the Olympics coming up this year in Rio! Ryan has been training hard and edging closer and closer to qualifying but his 4th place finish on the weekend sealed his spot in the Olympic team. To top off a great weekend, Ryan also won two awards at the Triathlon Australia awards on Sunday. We are proud to have such a talented and dedicated Ambassador in Ryan and look forward to the preparation and race day in Rio!

Keep up to date with Ryan here

Some media coverage of Ryan’s race and qualification:
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Triathlon Australia

 

 

CHALLENGE FAMILY APPOINTS PROJECT CLOTHING AS ASIA-PACIFIC MERCHANDISING PARTNER

CHALLENGE FAMILY APPOINTS PROJECT CLOTHING AS ASIA-PACIFIC MERCHANDISING PARTNER

23 FEBRUARY 2016 – CHALLENGEFAMILY and Project Clothing have today announced a partnership that sees Project Clothing becoming the Official Merchandise Partner of all CHALLENGEFAMILY events in the Asia-Pacific through to 2018.

Under the partnership Project Clothing will operate the official event merchandise store at CHALLENGEFAMILY events in Taiwan, Malaysia, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Australia and New Zealand. Project Clothing will also operate the official Challenge Family merchandise website and eCommerce store in Asia-Pacific.

“In Project Clothing we have found a partner who truly understands the needs of our athletes; being top quality apparel and merchandise that is functional, stylish and makes our athletes feel great about who they are,” said Trent Taylor, Chief Commercial Officer of Challenge Family.

“We’ve also found a partner who is committed to delivering a first-class retail experience on-site at all events with a merchandise range, event store layouts and point of sales systems that enhance the shopping experience.”

The Asia-Pacific merchandise range will provide Challenge Family athletes with a plethora of choice in merchandise that supports their lifestyle and celebrates their accomplishment of finishing a Challenge Family event. The range includes premium quality technical apparel, casual wear, head wear and lifestyle accessories all featuring strong, fashionable designs that will appeal to a broad range of tastes and budgets.

Graeme Clarke, Founder and CEO of Project Clothing is equally delighted with the new partnership.

“As one of Australia’s fastest growing global sports apparel brands, PROJECT Clothing is proud to be the Asia-Pacific CHALLENGEFAMILY Merchandise Partner for the next three years,” said Clarke.
“Since inception, PROJECT has designed, engineered and delivered world-class apparel to a vast portfolio of teams and individuals across the world, but moreover, our events expertise is second to none. We love nothing more than being on-circuit with competitors, their family and supporters of the sport. Real-time engagement is core to the relentless refinement of our product and brand at large.
We thrive on partnerships that push us to perform at our peak, and the execution of the entire CHALLENGEFAMILY Asia-Pacific retail experience for thousands of athletes across eight countries will certainly offer us that!”
The partnership between CHALLENGEFAMILY and Project Clothing will commence at the Challenge Taiwan event on May 7, 2016.

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ABOUT CHALLENGE FAMILY
The CHALLENGEFAMILY series of triathlons features 48 full and half distance races in 27 countries around the world, including the world’s largest long distance triathlon – CHALLENGEROTH in Germany. The birthplace of the CHALLENGEFAMILY, CHALLENGEROTH now features over 5,500 athletes and 220,000 spectators and home to both world records held by Andreas Raelert (GER) and Chrissie Wellington (GBR). Since 2002, races throughout Europe, UK, Australasia, Asia, North America and South America have joined Roth. Together they provide athletes with a new experience of long distance racing with a strong focus on athlete and spectator experience, giving back to the community while respecting the legacy of sport and being committed to its continued growth. For further information on CHALLENGEFAMILY visit www.challenge-family.com

ABOUT PROJECT CLOTHING
Australian owned, PROJECT creates technical clothing for athletes and teams to enhance performance, comfort and confidence. From speaking with various athletes and sporting bodies, a need was identified for clubs to readily access technical teamwear without sacrificing on quality or customisation. As the name reflects, PROJECT treats each sport and partner as a PROJECT, creating specific garments in consultation with the sport and its athletes, providing superior fit and fabrics across each range. PROJECT is now an exclusive supplier to numerous athletes and teams across a wide range of high-performance sports around the world. projectclothing.com.au

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PROJECT at the World Masters Games- Merchandise Partner

World Masters Games 2017 appoints official apparel and merchandise partner – February 3, 2016 (click for full Press Release)

World Masters Games 2017 appoints official apparel and merchandise partner
One of Australasia’s fastest growing global performance compression and sports apparel brands, PROJECT Clothing, has been appointed to provide the range of official clothing and merchandise for World Masters Games 2017.

Chief Executive of the World Masters Games 2017 Local Organising Committee, Jennah Wootten, says official clothing and merchandise has been popular at past Games in Sydney and Torino and gives participants a way of taking event memories home with them.

“25,000 athletes and more than 3,000 supporters will be in Auckland for the Games and we know shopping for clothing, merchandise and memorabilia will be high on their to-do list,” she said. “Sales of merchandise is also an important revenue stream for the Games and helps us to deliver a world class event.”
PROJECT Clothing will develop a comprehensive range of branded gear and other goods to be purchased in the lead up to and during Games time. This will include custom designed team wear, training and competition sportswear for athletes, supporters’ apparel and a full range of WMG2017 collectible merchandise.

The initial range of clothing and merchandise will be available to athletes and supporters when the WMG2017 registration system goes live in mid-February, 2016.
PROJECT Clothing Founding Director, Graeme Clarke, says the opportunity to provide all official WMG2017 uniforms, merchandise and the greater retail experience for athletes across 28 sports, their supporters and the more than 4,000 Games volunteers provides an exciting challenge. “From sharply designed training and competition apparel to event backpacks and quality WMG2017 memorabilia, we’re already well underway for next month’s official online registration kickoff.

Visit World Masters Games site for more information

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Next Gen team Launch 2016

The Bikebug Next Gen team has been announced for 2016! With a lot of fresh faces, we are excited to again be sponsoring this successful women’s team. Not only some new faces but a brand new look kit has been designed for the 2016 team and season. We look forward to learning more about the team in the weeks to come! More: Next Gen site

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