Audi Parters with DOSB and DSB, Supports German Athletes
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Moreover, the athletes of the Olympic and Paralympic teams will benefit from the wind tunnel center in Ingolstadt, which will serve as a training facility. Audi is also working on the development of new hand-bike technologies for disabled athletes.
“The Olympic Games mark the highlight in the career of any athlete. As arguably the world’s most famous logo, the five rings symbolize a peaceful and fair competition of all nations without frontiers,” Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Management Board of Audi AG, said in a release.
“Effective immediately, the four rings from Ingolstadt will be at the side of our athletes, who will be fighting for precious metal in Vancouver and London. We want to be a promoter of the teams and, in addition, support the federations with the concentrated know-how of our company,” continued Stadler.
“Audi has already been maintaining close ties with disabled sports in Germany for a longer period of time,” added DBS President Friedhelm Julius Beucher. “Therefore, we look forward to the future collaboration with our new partner with particularly eager anticipation. In addition, the findings gained in the wind tunnel in Ingolstadt open up new prospects as well as a wide range of possibilities and opportunities to our athletes to be successful in international competition.”
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