WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL – Marlborough’s CHAMP is digging into the 2016 Rio Olympics this summer, supplying 85 percent of soccer competitors with cleats in their shoes as well as supplying other sports.
“Ever since the 1948 games in London, CHAMP has been helping Olympic athletes achieve their dreams,” Harris MacNeill, president and CEO of CHAMP/MacNeill Engineering Worldwide, said in a statement. “This year in Rio a number of competitors in golf, soccer, rugby, track and field and other events are trusting our spikes to help them reach the podium.”
Marlborough-based CHAMP/MacNeill Engineering designs and manufactures cleats for numerous sports and industrial uses. The company is celebrating its 85th anniversary this year and has supplied Olympic athletes for the past 18 summer games.
This article by Sam Bonacci originally appeared here.