21 06, 2017
  • Joe Clarke Olympic Canoeist

Better sleep case study: Joe Clarke, UK and Olympic Canoe Champion

By |June 21st, 2017|Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

UK and Olympic Champion Joe Clarke’s rise to fame has been quite remarkable. As a relative unknown two years ago outside of the canoeing world, his victory in Rio in 2016 to earn Team GB’s first gold medal not only

22 02, 2017
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Better Sleep Case Study: Meghan Beesley, GB 400m Hurdler

By |February 22nd, 2017|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

Meghan Beesley is a Great Britain 400-metre hurdler who competes at the highest level in the IAAF Diamond League. When she’s not travelling around the world to compete, Meghan is based in Loughborough in the UK and loves to catch

16 02, 2017
  • anthony ogogo

Better Sleep Case Study: Anthony Ogogo

By |February 16th, 2017|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

Anthony Ogogo first made his name at the London Olympics in 2012, where he won a Bronze medal in the Middleweight Boxing division. Since then he has gone on to become a professional boxer as well as featuring on the

1 02, 2017
  • alex tait

Better Sleep Case Study: Alex Tait, Newcastle Falcons

By |February 1st, 2017|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

Alex Tait has represented Premiership rugby team Newcastle Falcons for his entire 10-year career. Over the length of his career he has witnessed the development of the professional game, with an ever-increasing focus on making performance gains. To help him

13 01, 2017
  • Anne Dickins

Mammoth Ambassador, Anne Dickins paddles her way to an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list

By |January 13th, 2017|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes, Health Professionals, News, Physiotherapy|0 Comments

The team at Mammoth are delighted to announce that Olympic and World Paracanoe Champion, Anne Dickins, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. Anne, who is also a Chartered Physiotherapist and mother of two, first

11 01, 2017
  • Hall Charlton

Better Sleep Case Study: Hall Charlton, retired professional rugby player

By |January 11th, 2017|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

Hall Charlton's playing career at Newcastle Falcons spanned three decades and he enjoyed both playing with and against some of the greats of the game during that time. We chatted to Hall about his career, life after sport and why

11 01, 2017
  • charlotte barras rugby

Better Sleep Case Study: Charlotte Barras, England and Saracens Rugby Player

By |January 11th, 2017|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

England and Saracens rugby player Charlotte Barras has enjoyed a long and illustrious career. She has played in a World Cup final and competed at the very highest level of both the 15-aside and 7-aside versions of the game. The flying winger,

14 12, 2016
  • Tom Richards better sleep

Better Sleep Case Study: Tom Richards, GB Squash

By |December 14th, 2016|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

English squash player Tom Richards put aside the time to talk to us about torn ACLs, competing at next year’s World Championships in Manchester and staying up late to chat with George Harrison. Hi Tom, How did you first get

14 12, 2016
  • Kelly Sotherton

Better Sleep Case study: Kelly Sotherton, Champion Heptathlete

By |December 14th, 2016|Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

As any retired athlete will tell you, caring for the body doesn’t stop when one stops competing on the track and field. We caught up with former Olympic, World, Commonwealth and European medallist Kelly Sotherton who recently bought a Mammoth

14 12, 2016
  • Nathan Douglas

Nathan Douglas – Great Britain Triple Jumper and Mind Coach

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Mammoth caught up with British triple jumper Nathan Douglas to talk sleep, comfort and handling the force of 15 times his own bodyweight through one knee.   Nathan, can you tell us a little bit about your background and how