As the world turns its attention to the Tokyo Olympic Games, MANA Sports and Entertainment would like to congratulate the athletes who have qualified to represent their respective nations on the largest sporting stage.
MANA-managed triathletes Maya Kingma (NED) and Tyler Mislawchuk (CAN) head into Tokyo on form, with Kingma ranked world number 1 while Mislawchuk with his 2019 test event performance has the advantage of being the only man to have won on this course.
The Bahrain Endurance 13 team are sending seven athletes to Tokyo: London silver medalist Javier Gomez (ESP), Rio bronze medalists Vicky Holland (GBR) and Henri Schoeman (RSA), Vincent Luis and Cassandre Beaugrand (FRA), Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR), and Mislawchuk.
The Pho3nix Team will see London gold and Rio silver medalist Nicola Spirig (SUI) attend her fifth Olympic Games, lining up alongside fellow Pho3nixes Luis, Jake Birtwhistle (AUS), Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR), and Katie Zaferes (USA).
The Pho3nix Foundation have announced 25 athletes from the Pho3nix Athlete Program have qualified for the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, out of a total intake of 39 athletes from 18 countries across six continents competing in 20 disciplines.
MANA is proud to support these 37 athletes on their Olympic journeys.