Blog

After three years as the official hydration partner of the MACA Cancer 200 Ride for Research, eniQ unveiled its first ever team to participate in the Ride, in front of nearly 100 guests at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research last Thursday night.

The 2022 MACA Cancer 200 Ride for Research is an event where over 1,500 riders will ride 200kms over two days, to raise vital funds to support cancer research in WA at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.

Continue reading

eniQ ambassador Alex de Minaur won his 6th ATP Tour singles title at the Atlanta Open in Southern Georgia (USA), with a straight sets victory over Californian Jenson Brooksby in Monday morning's (Australian time) final.

de Minaur, Australia's top-ranked player and the tournament #3 seed, made it through to the final after 3 wins in 3 days, including tough quarter final & semi final wins, where he prevailed after losing the first set...

Continue reading
The 2022 Hawaiian Ride for Youth crossed the finish line at the University of Western Australia recently, raising a record $2.9m for Youth Focus, a charity supporting young people and their mental health.
The peloton, with over 210 riders and 50 support crew, set off from Albany on the south coast of Western Australia, riding 700km via 3 routes  - Wheatbelt, Inland & Coastal - arriving in Perth 5 days later.

Continue reading

eniQ ambassador Alex de Minaur's great run at the Australian Open came to an end in the 4th round losing in straight sets to young Italian star & world #10 Jannik Sinner on Monday night.

de Minaur, Australia's top-ranked male player & the tournament #32 seed, played superbly in his first 3 rounds, including a flawless straight sets win over Spaniard Pablo Andujar in the 3rd round in the primetime Saturday night time slot on Rod Laver Arena (playing in front of the great Rod Laver himself).

(Image - Instagram alexdeminaur)

Continue reading

eniQ ambassador Alex de Minaur won his first ATP Tour title on grass at the Viking International Eastbourne in the United Kingdom, with an epic "come from behind'' win against Italian Lorenzo Sonego on Saturday night (Australian time).

de Minaur, Australia's top-ranked player and the tournament #2 seed, made it through to the final after 3 straight set wins.

(Image - @the_LTA/Twitter)

Continue reading