Intel and the International Olympic Committee to Provide Support Services to Athletes Worldwide

Ashton Eaton is the third Olympian to achieve back-to-back gold medals (2012, 2016) in the decathlon and holds five World Championship gold medals in both the decathlon and heptathlon events. Eaton works at Intel as a product development engineer, focusing on integrating key technologies into the Olympic Games. Intel, working with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), will extend life-coaching, mentoring, and learning and development services to more than 50,000 athletes that are a part of the Olympic community through the postponed Olympic Games in Tokyo next year. Intel will provide…

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Four Team USA Athletes Join Team Intel

Intel announced its support for four athletes who will represent Team Intel on the path to Tokyo 2020. These U.S. athletes are the first group to join Team Intel for the Tokyo Games. Ashton Eaton (track and field), Lex Gillette (Paralympic track and field), Nneka Ogwumike (basketball) and Noah Lyles (track and field) have joined Team Intel as ambassadors for the upcoming Games. Athletes are the heart of what the Games represent as the world comes together to celebrate sport and diversity, and to push the boundaries of performance. In…

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