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Founders

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MATT PRIOR

Founder & Chairman

Former England Cricketer Matt Prior has 79 England Test Caps, was part of the England team that won three Ashes series at home and away and was also a member of the number one ranked test side in the World in 2011. For most of his career Matt averaged well over 40 with the bat and was regarded as one of the best batsman – wicket keepers in the world.

Since being forced to retire early through an achilles injury in 2014 Matt has set about forming ONE PRO Group, starting with the creation of ONE PRO Cycling and now ONE PRO Nutrition.

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SAMEER VASWANI

Director & Shareholder

From a family of entrepreneurs in Asia and Africa, Sameer is a serial entrepreneur himself with a love for all things food. Having trained as a Chef in restaurants in Hong Kong and London Sameer went on to run his own Asian Fusion restaurant in Notting Hill.

He then moved to Nigeria and set up a biscuit and confectionary business under the brand HAANSBRO. Over 12 years HAANSBRO grew into a multi-million-pound company with 2500 employees. The company was sold in 2016 and Sameer moved back to London. His next mission, to take on the world of packaged foods by attempting to clean up the ingredients and processes currently used to deliver these products to supermarket shelves. Having met Matt Prior and sharing these common goals – the first revolution is – Sports Nutrition!

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STUART BROAD

Shareholder

One of the finest bowlers of his generation, Stuart Broad is a key force in the current England Test side. Broad was born in Nottingham and is a medium fast paced bowler who stands at over 6ft 6 inches tall.

Stuart has played in various Ashes tournaments as well as 117 Tests, 121 One Day Internationals, 56 T20 matches and more than 191 First Class domestic games for the likes of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Kings XI Punjab.

Broad has been man of the match in many key English games including the fifth Test of the 2009 Ashes series at the Oval, in which he picked up great figures of 5/37 in the afternoon session of the second day.

He has scored over 2900 runs for England and taken 411 test wickets, which makes him currently the second all-time England wicket taker!