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Galaxy Z Fold2 with an illustration of a skateboarder displayed on the screen is being held by two hands. Samsung-Olympic Games partnership logo(WORLDWIDE PARTNER) is shown to the side. Galaxy Z Fold2 with an illustration of a skateboarder displayed on the screen is being held by two hands. Samsung-Olympic Games partnership logo(WORLDWIDE PARTNER) is shown to the side.

Since the Olympic Winter Games Nagano 1998, Samsung has supported the Olympics with innovative mobile technology as the official Worldwide Olympic Partner in Wireless Communications Equipment.

Just as new records are created when limits are pushed, Samsung continually challenges itself to explore new possibilities during the Olympic Games. We believe that a valuable change begins when we deliver technology that helps people overcome barriers in communication.

Samsung's innovative mobile technologies have transformed the way the Olympic Games community, athletes, and fans around the world communicate and share with each other.

Samsung will continue to serve as the official Worldwide Olympic Partner and provide wireless communication and computing equipment support for the Olympic Games until 2028.

Samsung will work to make history at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

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Team Galaxy

Team Galaxy for Tokyo 2020 is a diverse group of world-class athletes that defy barriers and unite us together to celebrate the Olympic and Paralympic spirit. With your support, Team Galaxy will continue to create new possibilities for our future, and change the way fans around the world experience Tokyo 2020 with Galaxy.

Sport Climbing

Kai Harada

Kai Harada will be competing in his first Games this summer as sport climbing makes its debut as an Olympic sport at Tokyo 2020. After coming in first at the 2018 IFSC Climbing World Championships, he has continued to prove himself as a leader in the sport both domestically and internationally. Kai hopes to make history as the first climber to take home a gold medal.



Suguru Osako

Suguru Osako will compete in his second Olympic Games in Tokyo. As one of Japan’s most decorated distance runners, he’s finished on the podium in the Boston and Chicago Marathons. His fourth-place finish at the 2020 Tokyo Marathon resulted in a Japan national record with a time of 2:05:29. His record has since been surpassed, but Suguru hopes to reclaim the record on his home soil during the Games.



Sky Brown

Sky Brown was born in raised in Miyazaki, Japan, and comes from an extreme sports background in both skateboarding and surfing. She is a dual-citizen, and will compete for Team Great Britain in the newly founded Olympic skateboarding division for Tokyo 2020. In 2019, she participated in the Skateboard World Championship, Simple Session, and the UK Skateboard Championship, where she came in 3rd, 1st and again 1st respectively. Most notably, she is the first female skater to land a frontside 540 at the X-Games and continues to look for chances to break the barriers women face not only in skateboarding, but extreme sports overall.



Dina Asher-Smith

Dina Asher-Smith is no stranger to competing on the biggest global stage, and will continue to as she prepares for her second Olympic Games in Tokyo. As a 4 x 100m Bronze Medalist in the Olympic Games Rio 2016, Dina has been hard at work, competing more recently in the 2018 European Championships, winning Gold for both 100m and 200m, and in the 2019 World Championships, winning Silver for the 100m race. As the fastest British woman in recorded history, Dina will continue to make strides as she represents the UK in Tokyo.



Kim Yeon Koung

Kim Yeon-Koung is a South Korean female professional volleyball player on the South Korean National Team and a member of the FIVB Athletes' Commission. Despite South Korea finishing in 4th place, she was the Most Valuable Player and Best Scorer at London 2012. Currently holding the Olympic record for the highest score in eight games, Kim hopes to beat her record and come home from her third Olympic Games with a medal.



Jang Jun

Jang Jun is a taekwondo practitioner competing for South Korea. He won the gold medal at the 2018 Asian Taekwondo Championships on the -54 kg weight category, and has won two World Taekwondo Grand Prix titles in 2018. He was named male athlete of the year by World Taekwondo in 2019, and he took gold at World Championships the same year. Jang Jun has high hopes for his first Olympic Games this summer.



Choi Kyung-Sun

Kyung-Sun Choi is a marathoner who will be making her first appearance at the Olympic Games in Tokyo this year. She finished with a bronze medal for the women's marathon at the 2018 Asian Games and broke the Korean record for the women’s half marathon at the Marugame Half Marathon 2020.

Photo of  Kai Harada. Photo of  Kai Harada.

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