Nick Mayhugh
Herzogenaurach, March 1st, 2024

Sports company PUMA is proud to announce the signing of three-time Paralympic gold medalist, Nick Mayhugh.

The 27-year-old became an overnight sensation on his Paralympic Games debut in Tokyo 2020, where he picked up gold in the Men’s 100m T37 event – setting a world record time of 10.95 – as well as taking home golds in both the Men’s 200m T37 and the Mixed 4x100m Relay.

In 2010, Nick was diagnosed with a mild form of cerebral palsy, but showed unwaivering determination to pursue a career in sport, becoming an integral member of the US Para Seven-a-Side National Soccer Team, before switching his focus to the track. Despite his relative inexperience, Nick found immediate success, and was the first ever T37 athlete to brake the 22 second barrier at 200m.

“Nick’s story is inspiring for many reasons; his grit, determination and desire to become the fastest athlete is something everyone can admire. We have such an exciting year ahead of us and we are looking forward to writing more stories and breaking many more records together,” said Pascal Rolling, Director of Sports Marketing at PUMA.

“PUMA is synonymous with speed, and representing the fastest athletes in the world. For me to be going into one of the most important years of my career, with PUMA on my feet, it’s a blessing,” added Nick Mayhugh.

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