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Mounir Zok

The master sports technician getting America’s Olympians on the podium.

SOME OF THE MOST ADVANCED sports technology on the planet isn’t being created at a shoe lab in Oregon or a moonshot factory inside Google. It’s coming out of a guy’s house.

Mounir Zok, the biomedical engineer in charge of the U.S. Olympic Committee’s tech

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