Rugby Nation Choose Oxygen Worldwide

Oxygen Worldwide & England's 6 nations rugby team
 
Oxygen Worldwide have added to their ever-growing portfolio of clients with the England’s Women Rugby Team being the latest organisation to reap the benefits of a reliable oxygen supply.
 
England are midway through their RBS Six Nations campaign and Oxygen Worldwide have been helping them in their quest to claim a seventh consecutive title. The leading lights in oxygen supply were approached by team doctor Harriet Collins to provide a cylinder for away trips to Italy and France to aid the team in the most physical of sports.
 
The first delivery was arranged for the Italy clash earlier this month. Things were complicated when a late change in location meant the game was switched from Milan, to112 miles away in Genoa. However, the delivery went smoothly and so did England’s display as they cruised to a 43-3 win over their Italian counterparts to make it two wins out of two in this season’s campaign.
 
The only other nation to currently enjoy a 100% record is France, and the Red Rose country travel across the channel to take on their closest rivals in Paris on 11th March. Oxygen Worldwide will again be providing the fresh, clean oxygen to assist the elite athletes with their breathing. They will also be arranging the smooth delivery and collection process so the team can concentrate on preparing for the crunch match, as England, with Oxygen Worldwide’s help, will be looking for a repeat performance as they continue their bid for Six Nations glory.
 
All at Oxygen Worldwide would like to wish all rugby teams good luck throughout the RBS Six Nations campaign.
For more information on Oxygen Worldwide please email info@oxygenworldwide.com
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