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The U.S. Olympic Committee is careful in the technologies its sports use, but overall technology is now an important tool in helping train athletes.
2016 BMX Gold Medalist Connor Fields is focused on the 2020 Tokyo Games — all while handling the business challenges of his career.
Ahead of the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo, Toyota has expanded its Olympic commitment, partnering with the National Governing Bodies of six new sports.
The Division I national champion and Olympic gold medalist is winning on and off the mat.
The rubber and auto parts manufacturing giant is now the IPC’s seventh Worldwide Paralympic Partner.
For former Visa executive Scot Smythe, the brand's Olympic sponsorship is about more than just putting their logo on something.
Through a varied professional career, Jason Olthoff credits his creative background for his success.
The network has leveraged their partnerships as well as their new measurement metrics to exceed their goal.
The money will come from the IOC's list of 47 current partners as well as any more that sign on between now and then.
NBCUniversal is leveraging new technology to help distribute their content and drive conversation around the PyeongChang Olympics.