January 8, 2013—MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE, PRAIRIE DU SAC WI
Mueller Sports Medicine is pleased to announce that Shiv Chanderpaul has joined the Mueller Sports Medicine Pro Team!
Chanderpaul, the former captain of the West Indies Cricket Team, was recently ranked as the number one test batsman in the world in the ICC official rankings. Known for wearing Mueller No Glare® Glare Reducing Strips when he plays, He had 879 ranking points in December and was closely followed by Australia captain Michael Clarke on 878 points and Hashim Amla of South Africa on 875 points.
The two year deal has Chanderpaul representing Mueller products through a variety of marketing efforts and appearances across all media. In addition, he has the Mueller Logo on the back of his cricket bat during play.
No Glare® Strips are the world’s original glare-reducing strips with twice the effectiveness as paste. Designed not to smear or sweat off, the pressure sensitive strips are easily identified by their unique kidney-bean shape. They are also available in assorted shapes as well as Premium No Glare® strips which fit across the athletes nose.
“Shiv is an inspirational athlete who has achieved great success both as a competitor and as an individual,” said Brett Mueller, President of Mueller Sports Medicine, said. “Shiv will be a welcome addition to the Mueller Sports Medicine team.”
About Mueller Sports Medicine
Mueller Sports Medicine was founded in 1959 by Curt Mueller. The company is a family-owned and operated international sports medicine company offering a complete line of patented braces, supports, tapes and taping supplies, as well as Quench® Gum. Mueller Sports Medicine continues to introduce new and innovative products around the world.
About Shiv Chanderpaul
Shiv Chanderpaul, 38, is the first Indo-Caribbean to play 100 Tests for the West Indies and has captained them in 14 Tests and 16 One Day Internationals. Chanderpaul is one of only six players to have gone 1,000 minutes in Test cricket without conceding his wicket He has done this four times, and is the only player to have done so more than once. He is also the only batsman in the history of Test cricket to have faced 1,000 consecutive balls without getting out.