Two Silver, One Bronze for Stages Athletes in Tokyo
This post will be updated with results from six athletes across three sports representing four countries competing in the 2020 Olympics with Stages Power and Stages Dash.
Stages Cycling is proud to support athletes competing in triathlon, paratriathlon and cross country mountain biking in the Olympic games in Tokyo. Erin Huck, Maximilian Brandl, Mathias Flückiger, and Martín Vidaurre Kossmann competed in cross country mountain biking, Morgan Pearson competed in triathlon and Grace Norman will compete in paratriathlon. These athletes compete and train with Stages Power Meters, Stages Dash GPS cycling computers and the StagesBike SB20 Smart Bike.
“We’re thrilled to have these outstanding athletes representing Stages and their respective countries at the Tokyo Olympics,” said Sean Coffey, Stages Global Marketing Director. “Stages has a strong history of success at the highest levels of cycling, including five Tour de France victories. We look forward to continuing this tradition of excellence at the Olympic level.”
Morgan Pearson, Triathlon (USA)