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BAREFOOTSCIENCE™ Takes Gold, Silver and Bronze at London Games


"Having used BAREFOOTSCIENCE™ during my latest training for the Games, I've felt the difference." said Olympic Silver Medallist Will Claye.


"I've never felt as little 'training pain' before using these insoles. I'm convinced that anyone - serious athlete, weekend warrior, or just plain active individual - will benefit from this technology.”


Claye, who represents USA in long jump and triple jump, is an indoor World Champion and took bronze at the 2011 IAAF World Athletics Championships. He won bronze in men’s long jump and silver in men’s triple jump at the London Olympic Games, and is impressed how BAREFOOTSCIENCE™ has enhanced his form and performance.


Sydney Podiatrist Bronwyn Cooper could not agree more. With over 38 years of experience in the footcare and footgear industry, Cooper has been “de-orthoticising” her patients for the past seven years. Part of her treatment includes the use of BAREFOOTSCIENCE™.


BAREFOOTSCIENCE™ is an insole system that stimulates and activates intrinsic muscles in the feet, while promoting better movement patterns and posture,” explained Cooper.


“It is backed with over 20 years of research, proven to build strong feet, stimulate neurosensory input and enhancing proprioceptive mechanism, and thus, resulting in better foot placement and less risk of injury.”


Fellow American athletes World Champion in long jump, Brittney Reese and reigning American 800m Champion, Nick Symmonds, also wore their BAREFOOTSCIENCE™ at the Games. They both were able to gain impressive results as well.


Reese won gold in women’s long jump and Symmonds came fifth in men’s 800m achieving a personal best time.


To talk to Bronwyn Cooper about BAREFOOTSCIENCE™ or arrange an interview or comment from her, please contact:


Bronwyn Cooper
Podiatrist/ Footgear Clinician

02 9181 2113 or



15 AUGUST 2012.



02 9181 2113


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