Nike will continue to sponsor the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) through 2020 after the two organisations signed an extension of its existing agreement.
The deal builds on a partnership that dates back to 2005 and will see the US sportswear giant providing clothing and footwear for the nation's Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
As well as kitting out Team USA at the Rio 2016 Games, as part of the previous contract, Nike, which is also the Official Uniform Supplier to the International Olympic Committee, will provide the medal stand uniforms that will be worn on the award podiums and during medal ceremonies at Pyeongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020.
The firm will also provide the award uniforms for the Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games, the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games and the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics, as well as the Toronto 2015 and Lima 2019 Pan and Parapan American Games.
"Nike has been a proud partner of the US Olympic Committee since 2005 and we are excited to extend our support of Olympic and Paralympic athletes through 2020," David Schriber, Nike's vice-president of marketing for North America, said.
"Nike's mission is to provide inspiration and innovation to every athlete and this is another opportunity to show our continued support of Team USA athletes and the US Olympic Committee."
USOC chief marketing officer Lisa Baird said the National Olympic Committee is proud to extend its apparel, footwear and headwear partnership with Nike.
"Nike innovations have long been instrumental for many Team USA athletes as they perform at the Olympic or Paralympic Games, and we are inspired by the memorable looks and styles Nike has created for Team USA athletes during the Games and on the medal stand," she added.
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