We’re thrilled to announce that Jaysuma Ndure is now a Verve brand ambassador. In coming months, he will endorse Verve in Europe – we are happy to share this info with you.
Who is Jaysuma Saidy Ndure? He’s a runner — but no ordinary runner. He can sprint 100 meters in less than 10 seconds. That places him among elite professional athletes worldwide.
Norwegian, born in Bakau Gambia on the west coast of Africa, Jays now lives and trains in Norway. At the Norwegian Grand Prix Florø 2014, Jays set a new record, completing the 100-meter sprint in 9.95 second. At 200 meters, he holds the men’s records in Norway and Gambia.
As you might expect, Jays is totally dedicated to keeping his body in shape. He lifts weights for body strength. He runs to toughen his endurance. And he practices every aspect of his sprinting form to achieve perfection. The result? Dazzling speed.
Jays is strategic about the foods that nourish his body. So it’s no surprise that he chooses the Vemma Formula in Verve. It gives his body more of what it needs to compete head-to-head with the world’s most gifted athletes.
When you meet Jays in person, you’ll be captivated by his charm. He moves among his fans with easy grace, accepting hugs from friends and delighted strangers. His joyful laugh starts at the soles of his feet, resonates throughout his body, and lights up his entire face. This is why his fans adore him.
We are happy that Jaysuma Ndure has chosen to help promote Verve. His dedication to sport made him a superstar on the track. We predict that his enthusiasm will supercharge the wellness industry too.
And he’ll feel right at home with the superstar Affiliates of Vemma Europe. Together, we’ll set new records of our own.
- Personal best 100m: 9.95 seconds (2014)
- Personal best 200m 19.89 seconds (2007)
- Gold medal: 2003 African Junior Championships 200 metres
- Bronze medal: 2003 African Junior Championships 100 metres
- Bronze medal: 2004 Brazaville African Championships 100 metres
- Bronze medal: 2012 Helsinki European Championships 100 metres
- Kongepokal x 3: 2007, 2008, 2012 at the Norwegian Championships