Rowing Ireland has announced a new partnership with Sanity System in order to provide for a healthy return of the sport.

Sanity System is an air and surface Sanitisation system proven to eliminate COVID-19 to 99.9%. The system can be used in vehicles and rooms and will provide a solution to keep the athletes safe while training and travelling.

The company is based in West Dublin and works closely with the HSE, the emergency services, schools and businesses.

The partnership with Rowing Ireland has enabled the High-Performance Team to be provided with state-of-the-art High-Grade Eco-Friendly Sanitisation Equipment. The financial element of the partnership will also part-fund the acquisition of a new team vehicle to transport the team and boats around Europe for training and competition.

This is an important year for Irish Rowing as there are several international competitions taking place before the Olympics in July 2021.

The partnership with Sanity System will enable the team’s preparation for these tournaments in a safe manner.

“Our High-Performance Team need to perform at an elite level and Sanity System as a licensed and trusted Sanitisation System will help our athletes to travel and train safely, especially with the ever-present risk of COVID-19,” said Rowing Ireland’s High-Performance Director, Antonio Maurogiovanni.

“We are proud to welcome Sanity System as one of our new title partners in what will be an exciting year for Irish Rowing,” added Rowing Ireland CEO Michelle Carpenter.

“The level of service, professionalism and knowledge displayed by the Sanity System team here in Ireland is a great support to Team Ireland in preparing for the Tokyo Olympics and other competitions during 2021.”

“We have been providing specialist sanitisation equipment to High-Performance athletes and teams for the past number of years such as former Formula 1 Driver Giancarlo Fisichella and we are delighted with the opportunity to help Team Ireland in achieving their ambitions and compete at the elite level in 2021,” said David Byrne, Managing Director of Sanity Systems.

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