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Bridgestone Partnering with Diverse Roster of Over 75 Athletes

Bridgestone Corporation (Bridgestone), the world’s largest tire and rubber manufacturer and a Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic Partner, has formed its largest global roster of Team Bridgestone athlete ambassadors to date in support of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, which will be hosted in the home of the company’s global headquarters.

The continued expansion of the company’s global Team Bridgestone athlete ambassador roster now includes more than 75 athletes from over 20 key markets and 34 different sports, including María José Granatto (field hockey) from Argentina; Heath Davidson (wheelchair tennis) Joe Ingles (basketball) from Australia; Darlan Romani (athletics) from Brazil; Aaron Brown (athletics) from Canada; Chen Long (badminton) from China; Charlotte Bonnet (swimming) from France; P.V. Sindhu (badminton) from India; Gregorio Paltrinieri (swimming) from Italy; Kosuke Hagino (swimming) and Manami Tanaka (wheelchair tennis) from Japan; Aída Román (archery) from Mexico; Lidia Valentín (weightlifting) and Javier Gómez Noya (triathlon) from Spain; Daley Thompson (retired, athletics) from the United Kingdom; and Allyson Felix (track and field), Missy Franklin (retired, swimming) and Jessica Long (Para swimming) from the United States, among others. View the full roster of Team Bridgestone athlete ambassadors here.

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