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Q: Energy Drink ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: Energy Drink
Category: Sports and Recreation
Asked by: williamstern-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 18 Jul 2006 13:56 PDT
Expires: 17 Aug 2006 13:56 PDT
Question ID: 747481
I believe that Goran Ivanisevic used to use and endorse a sports and
energy drink that
one could purchase online, and that came in a red box.  It was a
powdered or gel formula.  What was the name of it?  I think that it
was from somewhere in Europe

Request for Question Clarification by bobbie7-ga on 18 Jul 2006 14:29 PDT
Hello again Williamstern,

Goran Ivanisevic?s official website says he has deals with Sergio
Tacchini, Head, and the well-known Croatian beer, Pan, whose slogan is
?Less bitterness, more cheerfulness.?

Could you be thinking of Pan?

If not, please provide additional details.

For example when and where did you hear about this product? 


Request for Question Clarification by bobbie7-ga on 18 Jul 2006 14:35 PDT
Could you be thinking of Red Bull Energy Drink?

"After winning the Wimbledon men?s final on Monday, there was only one
drink that could keep Goran Ivanisevic and friends celebrating into
the night: Red Bull. Ivanisevic?s jubilant friends bought seven cans
of Red Bull and mixed it with vodka to keep them going."

Clarification of Question by williamstern-ga on 18 Jul 2006 15:03 PDT
I once ordered a product online, a energy/sports drink, after I had
landed by mistake on its website.  It can in a red package, and was
some sort of tablet for mixing with water.  It came in a red
container, and was from some part of Europe.  On the website, I
believe was an endorsement for a tennis player, that I think was Goran
who had just won Wimbledon.  I would like to reorder the product, but
I forget its name.  It was a product similar to tang or gatorade, but
more European.  I think that it was from switzerland.  I know that
Goran's current website doesn't list it currently, but maybe one of
those sites that archives what was on his site in 2001 would....

I hope that helps....
Subject: Re: Energy Drink
Answered By: bobbie7-ga on 18 Jul 2006 15:34 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Dear Williamstern,

Thank you for the clarification.

The additional information helped me find the product you're seeking.

It's Turbodiet!
?Goran had a first taste of the Turbodiet products in 1997 while
playing a match with Marc Rosset who was drinking the Turbodiet energy
drink. Since that day, Goran hardly steps on a tennis court without
having a bottle of the orange flavoured Turbodiet energy drink. ? It
gives me an energy boost, helps me to re-strengthen and to get going,
especially during long matches ??

?Goran does not follow any specific diet, but still respects a certain
balance. ? It is important to drink, during training sessions as well
as during competitions. It all depends on the circumstances though, I
do not drink a lot at indoor matches, or during short matches, but
when it is hot, for example at the Australian open, I can easily drink
up to two litres ?.?

For more information on Turbodiet products, please contact:

Groupe Arkopharma
Laboratoires Pharmaceutiques
P.O. Box 28
06511 Carros cedex

Tel: 33 4 9329 1128
Fax: 33 4 9329 1162

Wayback Machine
Archived website dated December 7, 2000

You can order Turbodiet drink, booster gel and powder here:

Also available at the following sites:

Search criteria:

I used the Wayback Machine to search  for an archived copy of Goran
Ivanisevic?s official website.

I hope the information provided is helpful!

Best regards,
williamstern-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $4.00

Subject: Re: Energy Drink
From: bobbie7-ga on 19 Jul 2006 08:23 PDT
Thank you very much for the five stars and tip!
Subject: Re: Energy Drink
From: romeohifi-ga on 17 Aug 2006 23:05 PDT
I like water more.

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