The second way has to do with the recent law/rule changes around Name, Image, Likeness (NIL). This is a massive change to amateur sports like NCAA college athletics; it lets current college players make money not by playing the game (like a pro does) but by selling the use of their name, image or likeness for things like product endorsements etc. - if you cannot attend the panels, please find a recent case of an amateur athlete (college or beyond) who has taken advantage of the NIL laws in some way. Write a short (100 words or less) summary of who they are, what they did, and 1 insight that you can draw about how this new rule may be shaping sport discourse - how we talk about college sports, Olympic sports, amateurism etc. Maybe trends on what types of athletes are doing with their NIL - by gender, race, sexuality, sport type, body type? Submit it here for the same amount of points.