KT Tape announces the 14 athletes from nine different sports that will be representing the company as ambassadors at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

The 14 ambassadors for the 2016 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games include: Tony Azevedo (water polo), Haley Anderson (open water swimming), Joe Berenyi (Paralympian, cycling), Boris Berian (track and field), Tucker Dupree (Paralympian, swimming), Adeline Gray (wrestling), Sarah Hammer (track cycling), Molly Huddle (track and field), Kerri Walsh Jennings (beach volleyball), Meb Keflezighi (marathon), Brenda Martinez (track and field), Oksana Masters (Paralympian, cycling), Megan Rapinoe (soccer) and Melissa Stockwell (Paralympian, triathlon).

“We are excited to have such an outstanding group of athletes representing us at the 2016 Summer Olympics,” says Greg Venner, chief executive officer of KT Health, in a media release. “These athletes have dedicated their lives to their respective sports and we are honored that we can provide the support they need to make their Olympic dreams become a reality.”

KT Tape was named an official licensee of the United States Olympic Committee in March.

In addition, a limited edition line of Team USA KT Tape, complete with USA text and the Olympic rings and available in red, blue, and black, is available at retailers such as DICK’s Sporting Goods, Walmart, and CVS Pharmacy, per the release.

For more information, visit KT Tape.

[Source(s): KT Tape, PR Newswire]