Between January and the end of the Olympic Games Paris 2024, runners, cyclists and rowers will be able to train remotely and sign-up to Paris 2024 connected sports challenges for free through the Kinomap app. Users from all around the world will discover the courses used by the athletes attending the Olympic Games next summer.
All Olympic fans and sport enthusiasts will be able to take part in these sports challenges from any fitness equipment, including exercise bikes, home trainers, treadmills, rowing machines and elliptical trainers, automatically adjusting the resistance or incline for an unrivalled training experience as close to reality as possible.
Connected challenges are an opportunity for cyclists, runners and rowers, to take part in an unprecedented experience around the Olympic Games Paris 2024, by exploring geolocated routes inspired by the global event.
In that context, Kinomap has reached an agreement to become an Official Licensee of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), organising Paris 2024 connected sports challenges globally (China excluded). Download the Kinomap app or follow the Kinomap’s social media accounts on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for forthcoming challenge details.
Philippe Moity, CEO of Kinomap, expressed excitement at the unique collaboration: ” We are delighted to bring connected challenges in relation to the world’s biggest sporting event and to share this common ambition: to make sport accessible to everyone and to promote physical activity, health and well-being on a global scale!
Kinomap is an interactive training app for indoor cycling, running and rowing. It is the world’s largest geolocated video sharing platform, with thousands of videos from the best tracks around the world. The app pairs to your cardio equipment and responds to the inclines and resistance seen in the video on your screen. Kinomap’s mission is to connect people with the most scenic and popular routes around the world, and give our community a truly innovative exercise experience. This isn’t ‘at-home training’, this is the real thing! The Kinomap platform is available in 15 languages, has 370,000 miles of geolocated routes and more than 40,000 training videos in over 195 countries worldwide.
More information about Kinomap: www.kinomap.com
About the IOC licensing programme:
In addition to the licensing programmes that operate for each edition of the Olympic Games, which are managed by the local Organising Committees, as part of the Olympic Agenda 2020 initiatives the IOC has also developed a global licensing program to strengthen and promote the Olympic brand, not only during the Olympic Games, but between the Games as well. Olympic licensing consists of three core programs aimed at specific target groups: the Olympic Heritage Collection, the Olympic Collection and the Olympic Games Collection
Learn more about the IOC Global Licensing Programme here: https://olympics.com/ioc/licensing