SportsPower are delighted to once again support the wonderful efforts of the National Breast Cancer Foundation

  This year we are joined by our great friends at New Balance

For the month of October SportsPower

will be donating 5% of all sales made via

the SportsPower Australia website to the NBCF





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The eye-catching wrapped v-waistband isn't the only reason the Relentless Crop Top is one of our favourites. Desiged for running or gym work this crop top includes fast-drying NB DRYx technology to help keep you dry, it's perfect for running, walking or fundraising.

And of course it's PINK!

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The New Balance Relentless Crossover High Rise 7/8 Tights are constructed with NB DRYx technology to wick sweat away from you body leaving you comfortable and dry. Featuring a unique high-rise waist they are the ultimate in style and are designed to elevate your look on the track or in the gym. .

And you guessed it they are PINK!

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The New Balance Solvi V4 made with a supportive synthetic and mesh upper for the ultimate comfort, TruFuse dual-foam midsole system that provides a dynamic fusion of cushioning and a durable rubber outsole built to endure kilometre after kilometre.

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Look good, feel good with the Relentless range coupled with the awesome Solvi V4 from New Balance. Work out gear never looked so good!


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The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Australia's leading national body; funding game changing breast cancer research with money raised entirely by the generosity of the Australian public.

They receive no government funding.

So if you think you would like to help the NBCF in their mission to stop deaths from breast cancer, head to their website and check out the ways you can help.

To donate or learn more about the great work the NBCF does click here ...

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In 2022, over 20,000 Australians will be diagnosed with breast cancer, including around 200 men.  Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia and the most common cancer among females and around 1000 of those diagnosed are women under 40 - that's about 3 women under 40 years old diagnosed every day.

NCBF have funded vital life-saving research into breast cancer since 1994, and the data shows that over 50,000 people with breast cancer have survived to the 5 year milestone, thanks largely to research which has driven improvements in the prevention, early detection, treatment and care.