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New VP of US Sports

Welcome, Michael Parkhurst!

Michael Parkhurst, RippleWorx VP of US Sports
We are excited to announce that Michael Parkhurst, the first captain, for Atlanta United’s MLS soccer team, upon his recent retirement, has joined the RippleWorx family! Michael will join our team as the Vice President of US Sports. He will help RippleWorx to further our influence and partnerships in the world of sports, by identifying teams and athletes that are looking for Ripple’s performance acceleration capabilities.

Michael has a proven history of success and integrity from Atlanta United to  United States Men’s National Soccer Team as well as participating in the 2008 Olympics. Michael has also played professionally for  Columbus Crew SC, Augsburg, and F.C. Nordsjælland. He is excited to bring his passion for sports, player wellness, and knowledge of the industry to RippleWorx! As followers and members of RippleWorx, please join us in welcoming Michael Parkhurst to the family!
Parkhurst, joins Jonas Hummels and Andreas Ottl, also former professional soccer players, in furthering the RippleWorx solutions in sports.  Our solution is developed by athletes for athletes.

Please contact us for more information about RippleWorx’ and our mission for human performance!

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