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The DNA of Sport with Henri Schoeman Pro Triathlete

Henry Schoeman is a Durban-based Olympian who has won multiple SA and African Champs titles and recorded numerous top finishes in WTS events. He took bronze at Rio 2016, becoming the first South African triathlete to win an Olympic medal, scored WTS gold at the 2016 ITU Grand Final Cozumel and won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast.

Henri took the Geneway Gene-Sport DNA test in 2021 to find out how he can improve his sporting performance and optimise his health. It tests 43 genes with the objective of helping athletes maximise their potential and performance by providing a blueprint of unique genetic
factors that can be leveraged.

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