DANIEL FALEAFA Athletes Gel Ambassador

Daniel Faleafa (born 13 February 1989) is a Tongan rugby union player. He plays in the flanker and occasionally lock position for the France based Pro D2 side, Colomiers. Faleafa also represents Tonga at international level.

Daniel attended Mt Roskill Grammar School and Mount Albert Grammar School in Auckland. He played for the New Zealand national schoolboy rugby union team in 2007.

Daniel is a powerful and athletic back rower who is very adept at playing lock due to his brilliant lineout ability. He started off as a member of the Auckland Rugby Academy and in 2009 was a key member of the New Zealand national under-20 rugby union team that won the 2009 IRB Junior World ChampionshipDaniel joined Northland  in 2009 where he played 1 ITM Cup game before returning to Auckland to make another 2 ITM Cup appearances that same season. Faleafa joined Northland full-time from 2010 and made 15 appearances over the next three seasons. Faleafa is a former New Zealand representative at Secondary School and Under-20 level. In 2013 he was named to play for Tonga in the 2013 IRB Pacific Nations Cup

Dan and his brother Michael Faleafa have played along side each other both representing Tonga.


Is it cheaper buying directly from Athletes Gel?

No. Purchasing through this page is no different to purchasing directly through our store. Funds generated through this page support athletes, grassroots clubs and the sporting community.

What makes Athletes Gel so good?

Firstly, we are Aussie made, use all natural ingredients and are Paraben free. We use 4 active ingredients and the quality and quantity we use makes us one of the strongest available products anywhere in the world.

How often should I apply the gel?

Apply as needed and use only as directed. Up to 4 times daily.

How is Athletes Gel developed?

Athletes Gel is a topical formula developed in conjunction with some of the planets best athletes. Over 150 sports people tested our gel in their environments and had three major requirements. Better performance, accelerated recovery and rapid relief when it was needed. 

The product is manufactured in an approved TGA facility at Quest Pharmaceuticals in Melbourne, Australia.

Is Athletes Gel TGA approved?

Yes. We are fully certified with Therapeutic Goods Australia (TGA). License Number - AUST L 295444.

Does Athletes Gel pass WADA and ASADA testing?

 Yes. The Athletes Gel formula has been successfully tested internationally and has passed anti-doping authority check lists for banned substances.

What results can I expect?

Commonwealth Games sprinters from 2 countries noticed faster recovery from hamstring strains, our WSL Pro Surfers had improved flexibility in their hip flexors and both of our World Champion Kayakers were amazed at the relief they got through their shoulders and lower back during training. At every stage, under any circumstance, the athletes who took part, were blown away with the individual results they got from the product they had a hand in developing and that's what we we bring to you now. 

Use only as directed.

Is Athlete Gel all natural?

Athletes Gel uses Clove, Wintergreen, Arnica and Capsaicin as its major ingredients.

These are some of the most powerful natural plants that assist in pain relief, inflammation and eventual recovery from a range of ailments. These scientifically proven ingredients are sourced from Australian Therapeutic Goods Manufacturers & Suppliers and are traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine.

What can Athletes Gel be used to treat?

This fast acting, Australian made Gel is perfect for those dealing with pain, bruises, inflammation, muscle aches, stiff joints, osteoarthritis and for massage therapy.

What happens if Athletes Gel is consumed?


Athletes Gel is one of the strongest listed topical formulas in the market. Although this product is all-natural, plant substances are still known to contain chemicals that are harmful to swallow.

If swallowed call the Poisons Information Line 24 hours a day from anywhere in Australia on 13 11 26. If the person is showing signs of being seriously ill, such as vomiting, loss of consciousness, drowsiness or they are having breathing difficulties, call triple zero 000 for an ambulance or take the person to the closest medical emergency department.

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