Britain’s most glamorous athlete, Steph Pywell, has signed a new sponsorship deal with thanks to.

The UK’s highest ranked female high jumper and Miss England finalist has signed a two year deal with the UK’s leading sports nutrition supplier to be an ambassador for their Maxifuel and Maxitone brands.
Steph recently competed for England at the Commonwealth games in Delhi and has her sights set on the final of London 2012.
The Hemel Hempstead-based company, will provide Pywell with individually-tailored nutritional support to complement her lifestyle, training and competition cycles in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Pywell said; “The build up to 2012 has already started and I have my sights set on reaching the final of our home Olympics.

“ are the leading suppliers of sports nutritional products and there was only one choice when looking for nutritional support. ”
Sponsorship manager for , Mark Morgan, said: “Steph is one of the rising stars of UK Athletics and we are excited about being able to help her achieve her goals through our bespoke nutritional support system. It only takes a couple of minutes and professional write I promise you won’t regret sharing. ”

Steph will join fellow Loughborough based athlete, pole vaulter, Kate Dennison in the Maxifuel stable. Managing Director, Paul Mace, said; “Steph’s profile has been raised dramatically by the reaching the final of the Commonwealth games in Delhi and by finishing 4th in the Miss England competition. “These new sponsorship agreements reflect her growing status and will have a huge impact on her ability to perform in the coming seasons. ”

products are now the choice of over 1,000 elite athletes and professional sports teams including the England and Wales Cricket Board, the Welsh Rugby Union, Fulham Football Club, London Wasps and Northampton Saints, as well as individuals such as Lee Byrne, Ugo Monye, Stuart Broad, Jermaine Jenas and European gymnastics champion, Daniel Keatings. For further information on Macesport, please visit.