Ashes 2013-14: Victorious Australians celebrate series whitewash against England

15th Feb 2014


The latest Ashes series has drawn to a close; congratulations to the Aussie cricket team and let’s hope they do the same in the one-day competition. Ten - nil has a good ring to it and there’s nothing quite like beating the poms!

As promised in a tweet we posted on 19 November 2013, o2fit will be having a 10% off sale on our already low RRP for all products on our website from today until Sunday 19 January. Just use the code ASHES at checkout.


Professional cricket players can train up to 30 hours per week and can cover as much as 200kms by foot. Numerous players from the Australian and England cricket teams are frequently photographed wearing compression wear; not only does it look good but it helps with performance, skin temperature, recovery and comfort.

In 2001, Australian cricket team ex-captain Steve Waugh suffered deep vein thrombosis. He was certain the long flight back from the UK to Australia had contributed to a blood clot in his injured calf muscle. Waugh, back then, just 36 years old, healthy and extremely fit was still able to suffer from the condition. In Australia most doctors now recommend that everyone use compression socks for flights longer than four hours.

Once again, here’s another example of why compression wear benefits the human body - don’t miss out on our 10% off sale and make your purchase online today at before it’s too late!