USANA is proud to sponsor the world’s best athletes. This summer, we’re excited to cheer on the best of the best as they compete for gold in Rio de Janeiro.
Representing 11 nations, more than 70 USANA athletes* will compete in the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. With athletes competing in a variety of events from tennis to track and field to swimming and taekwondo, help us support Team USANA as they represent both their nation and USANA on the global stage.
• Jason Whateley, boxing
• Keith Ferguson, clay target shooter
• Daniel Repacholi, pistol shooter
• David McKeon, swimming
• Josh Beaver, swimming
• Leanne Choo, badminton
• Will Godward, shooter
• Paul Adams, shooter
• Deon Kenzie, track and field (Paralympian)
• Sam Stosur, tennis
• Nikola Girke, sailing
• Jillian Gallays, boxing
• Genie Bouchard, tennis
• Maxim Bouchard, diving
• Mandy Bujold, boxing
• Alyxandria Treasure, high jump
• Charles Moreau, cycling (Paralympian)
• Zheng Saisai, tennis
• Caroline Wozniacki, tennis
• Reina Flor Okori, track and field
• Allison Pineau, handball
• Patricia Girard, track and field coach
• Kristina Mladenovic, tennis
• Alizé Cornet, tennis
• Ian Marsden, canoe (Paralympian)
• Monica Puig, tennis
• Uriel Avigdor Adriano Ruiz, taekwondo
• German Saúl Sanchez, diving
• Ivan Alejandro Garcia Navarro, diving
• Rommel Pacheco, diving
• Iván Bautista, diving coach
• Mexico National Football Team
• Madison Keys, tennis
• Sloane Stephens, tennis
• Alev Kelter, rugby
Check the schedule to see when you can watch Team USANA in action.
Help Us Stay Compliant
From July 27–August 24 (Olympics) and August 30–September 21 (Paralympics), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will be enforcing Rule 40 of the Olympic Charter, which limits what USANA and its Associates can do to promote its sponsored athletes on all social media outlets, and through any marketing or advertising tools. Rule 40 prohibits competitors, coaches, trainers, and officials who participate in the Olympic Games from allowing their person, name, picture, or sports performance to be used for advertising purposes during the Games.
This means that during the Games, you can’t use our athletes for promotional purposes. It could jeopardize our sponsored athletes’ standing at the Games and can put them at risk of being disqualified from competitions and/or losing their medals.
With that in mind, we kindly ask that you refer to Team USANA’s social media outlets—Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram—for all approved and shareable content to avoid violating the IOC’s guidelines.
For more information on the 1,000-plus athletes that trust their health to USANA, visit the official Team USANA website.
*Qualified sponsored-athletes as of June 30, 2016. Updated list on What’s Up, USANA?