Start Shopping

Medi-Dyne Contest

AND THE WINNER IS…

After two months of preparation, a grueling week of voting, and a week of pure suspense; it is finally time to announce the Champion of our “Building a Champion” – Medi-Dyne National Video Contest! 

Athletic Trainers and Athletic Training students from coast to coast submitted videos that included Medi-Dyne’s ProStretch Plus or RangeRoller products. Some videos were informative, some playful, and most were hilarious. Only the video with the most votes gets to take home a donation for their School’s AT program. Let’s get down to business, the results…


Congratulations to our first place Champions the Redhawks from Montclair State University! The Montclair Athletic Training Education Program has won a donation of $2,500 after receiving the most votes for their video,“MSU ATEP Demo of the ProStretch+ Sponsored by Medi-Dyne” during the video contest voting period. They creatively coined the line, “ProStretch Plus is a Must!”


The race for second and third place was a close one, coming down to the last 10 votes! In the end, the California Baptist University Athletic Training students clinched second place and will be taking home a donation of $1,000. Their video “Making Champions Everyday”uses both the RangeRoller and ProStretch Plus in injury prevention scenarios.


Finally, third place goes to The Wildcats at Canton South High School and their video “Medi-Dyne’s Range Roller Rescues Willie the Wildcat.” They will win a donation of $500 for their third place victory, we look forward to seeing Willie’s victory dance.

Thank you to everyone that participated and supported the contest. The video submissions we received were truly inspiring. We are excited to award donations to Athletic Training programs, who are continuing to build champions in schools across the nation. (Cue Queen’s “We are the Champions”)

“Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months and years they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character” – T. Alan Armstrong