HALO, which boasts tennis star Andy Murray as a personal investor and ambassador, was favoured by the University of Bath-based sports set-up for its nutritious, healthy and sustainable products. The electrolyte powders that are Informed Sport certified will be available on campus in the Team Bath Sports Training Village (STV), and online at www.halohydration.com.
HALO will kick off this exciting partnership on Wednesday 3rd November with a presence at the BUCS Super Rugby fixture between the Universities of Bath and Exeter, starting at 6.30pm at the STV.
Additionally, HALO and Team Bath want to give students the chance to become part of this partnership. Opportunities to undertake an internship or become an on-campus ambassador for HALO will be made available to students.
Stephen Baddeley, the University of Bath’s Director of Sport, said: “With more than 250 international athletes based on site and thousands of students and the public active in our sports and fitness environment every day, we are pleased to be able to partner with a dynamic, new company like HALO to the benefit of all our customers.
“Top athletes are not only using the product to hydrate after exercise but are investing in the company too. That speaks volumes for their confidence in HALO and its efficacy for active people at all levels.”