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What is the difference between COMPETITION and ULTRA COMPETITION?

At first glance, the two sports drinks COMPETITION and ULTRA COMPETITION do not differ much from each other. Both are acid-free sports drinks for the highest energy demands, consisting of a broad mix of carbohydrates with different glycemic indices and electrolytes. Due to their composition and mild aroma, both sports drink powders guarantee optimum compatibility at high sports intensities, regardless of duration. ULTRA COMPETITION is however - due to the neutral flavouring and the special composition - even more focused on long distance performance. A slower insulinemic response, such as ULTRA COMPETITION, can be advantageous for loads of more than four hours, since fat burning is reduced to a lesser extent. In addition, ULTRA COMPETITION is deliberately formulated to be neutral in taste, so that it can be flavoured to your own taste on ultra occasions where you will soon taste nothing more (mixing with COMPETITION, preparation with tea water, bouillon, a dash of syrup or the like).

Although both beverages are equally suitable for all types of endurance competitions, the use of ULTRA COMPETITION can provide additional benefits for ultra-athletes. COMPETITION is available in the flavours Orange, Citrus, Raspberry, Fruit-Mix and Cool Mint, while ULTRA COMPETITION is formulated tasteless. Both beverage powders are available as cans of 1000 g, COMPETITION also as refill bags of 800 g, as display (20 x 60 g) as well as single portions of 60 g (orange aroma only).