Here is Running Times' coverage of HydraPouch in their July/August 2009 edition. The text of the article is copied below. You can also click here to see it on our website.
"AID STATION AID
As an avid runner and triathlete, CRAIG MCSAVANEY discovered long ago the frustrating paradox of aid station hydration madness: You grab a partially filled 6-ounce cup on the run and, with sloshing and splashing and pinching the cup, you're lucky to get a few ounces into your system. The Boulder-based eingineer set out to develop a solution and came up with the HydraPouch, a silicon-based plastic cup that can keep 6 ounces of water from spilling while on the run. Slim and lightweight with a waist clip, drinking spigot and a top that opens when squeezed, it is designed to be quickly filled from an aid station cup or jug and then carried until empty. The HydraPouch ($16.95; hydrapouch.com) debuted at the March 21 Canyonlands Half Marathon in Moab, Utah, to rave reviews. (McSavaney has also developed the HydraPour, a high-volume spigot for race directors to put on Gatorade-style jugs for quick filling of HydraPouches and an eco-friendly way to eliminate the need for thousands of paper cups at races.)"