In: Shevon Stoddart Track
May 8, 2014
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May 7, 2014
Enada sponsors 2 time Olympic track star Shevon Stoddart. She is preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games, which will be held in Rio, Brazil. Shevon experienced a setback in 2009 with an ankle injury, and has been working her way back. “It can take a long time to come back after an injury,” says Stoddart. Since using Enada’s Co-E1 Mojo 20mg; the only stabilized NADH supplement on the market, her times in all events have improved. Her main event being the women’s 400m hurdle.
· 4/9/2014 Mt Sac Relay: 56.52
· 4/26/2014 Drake Relay: 56.22
· 5/4/2014 Jamaica International Invitational: 55.87 (with a bad start)
Shevon continually surpasses her personal records; she is working to get back to the Olympics and to starting seeing scores closer to her person best time of 54.47.