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University of Nottingham Sport announce new sponsorship deal with leading nutrition brand Myprotein

 
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University of Nottingham Sport have announced a new partnership with sports nutrition giants Myprotein.

The four-year sponsorship deal, will see Myprotein become the Official Sports Nutrition Partner of University of Nottingham Sport, providing nutritional support and advice to the University’s sports clubs and elite athletes.

The new partnership comes at an exciting time for University of Nottingham Sport after the recent opening of the new £40 million David Ross Sports Village. The world-class facility boasts a bespoke High Performance Zone complete with a 60m sprint track and state-of-the-art equipment for the University’s most promising young sportsmen and women.

Dan Tilley, Director of Sport at The University of Nottingham, commented;

“Here at UoN Sport, we’re very excited to be working with Myprotein to provide an unrivalled support package to our elite student athletes. We have an ambitious Vision for Sport leading up to 2020 and partnering with sector leaders like Myprotein is key to delivering our performance sport goals.”

“We believe strongly in a holistic approach to supporting our student athletes and sports clubs and so MyProtein’s expertise in sports nutrition will be invaluable to the department.”

A Myprotein spokesperson added;

‘Myprotein are delighted to be partnering with leading academic and sporting institution, The University of Nottingham, to provide students with direct access to the highest quality sports nutrition available on the market. The partnership is intended to support the university’s elite athletes, by maximising their on and off-field performances and educating them on the benefits of a healthy, active lifestyle brought about through correct dietary decisions and engagement in sport.”

“A partnership at this level is a natural progression for Myprotein, who as a brand has achieved the status as the leading online sports nutrition brand in the world, and is on track to become the #1 health and wellbeing brand on the planet.”

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For more information on The University of Nottingham and Myprotein partnership, please contact Christine Bailey, Assistant Director of Sport, at christine.bailey@nottingham.ac.uk.

Posted on Wednesday 22nd February 2017

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