Today, Stryd is excited to announce the second season of our groundbreaking NIL (Name, Image & Likeness) program to advance collegiate running performance & highlight student-athlete achievement — with Stryd’s breakthrough running power metric and wearable foot pod.
This program will show that Stryd can help up and coming, high performance runners excel with the help of sports technology.
A Unique Blend of Performance & Storytelling
All athlete partnerships will receive a Stryd power meter to track and empower their training. Each athlete will receive the resources they need to utilize the data in order to optimize their training and maximize their performance. They will learn how their performance evolves and share their journey throughout their season using Stryd data.
Learn about the runners
Stryd is excited to announce its second set of NIL partnerships with collegiate runners Natalie Cook (@nataliecook101), Katharine Priu, Nicole Meyer (@niicolemeyer), Paul Stafford (@paulstafford27), and Ares Reading (@ares_reading).
These runners will be using the Stryd power meter throughout the Spring and will be sharing their story with Stryd data on their personal social media channels at key points in the season. You can follow their journey by following their respective Instagram pages or at https://www.stryd.com/us/en/pages/nil.
Calling for applicants
Stryd has slots available for additional NIL applicants. If you or a collegiate runner you know is interested, please visit https://www.stryd.com/us/en/pages/nil to submit your application for the next season.