COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — With most of Team USA’s Olympic and Paralympic delegations officially named, Road to Tokyo, presented by DeVry University, is celebrating America’s team with engaging digital content for U.S. fans to enjoy as athletes embark on the final leg of their journey to the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. 

 

Beginning July 4, fans will be introduced to the elite athletes heading to Tokyo as all Olympians and Paralympians are named to Team USA. Fans can celebrate America’s team alongside presenting sponsor DeVry University and associate sponsors Reese’s, Samsungand United Airlines across Team USA’s InstagramFacebook and TwitterRoad to Tokyo programming will also showcase Team USA athletes by highlighting their diversity of sport, skills and personal passions through a series of Roll Call videos featuring exclusive athlete-generated content. 

 

“This Fourth of July, we want to celebrate America’s team and highlight the amazing physical, mental and emotional effort U.S. Olympians and Paralympians have put into their extraordinary journeys to Tokyo 2020,” said Dave Mingey, Senior Vice President, Partnership Management and Activation at U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Properties. “U.S. Olympians and Paralympians have worked incredibly hard for the chance to represent the country this summer and we’re so excited to cheer them on as they go for gold.”

 

As part of the celebration, fans will have the opportunity to enter the Road to Tokyo Ultimate Fan Sweepstakes to win twenty prizes including Team USA-licensed merchandise from American Girl, Corkcicle, Hello Kitty, Honav, Nike and Reese’s, as well as a chance to win the grand prize, a $500 VISA gift card. One prize will be given out per day beginning July 4 and will run through the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony on July 23, when the grand prize winner will be awarded. For rules and information on how to enter, fans can visit TeamUSAUltimateFan.com.

 

About Team USA

Team USA is the world’s largest and most diverse team of athletes from across the United States who compete at the Olympic, Paralympic, Youth Olympic, Pan American and Parapan American Games. The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee, founded in 1894, serves as the National Olympic Committee and National Paralympic Committee for the United States and is responsible for protecting, supporting and empowering Team USA athletes. For more information, visit TeamUSA.org.

 

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