The Hickory Crawdad’s, a Division of the Texas Rangers, honored the deBotech employees for their contribution to the Sochi Olympics with a great night of baseball… Lots of fun!
In addition to the bobsleds and skeletons that deBotech helped to build, deBotech also partnered with BMW to develop a special sit-ski seat for 2014 U.S. Paralympic team member Alana Nichols. Nichols will use the seat to compete in the alpine skiing competition in the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games which takes place starting March 8th.
As Hans said of Nichols, “She is a cool person and a true fighter. Everyone at deBotech will be cheering her on.”
Alana Nichols states in a recent article, “When I’m on a mountain and I’m sliding, I feel so free – one, because I get to move fast, and, two, because I get to be creative and move where I want and the mountain is sort of my canvass. It makes me feel alive because I can move at my own will…….But on a mountain and in a monoski, I feel very free.”
See full article @ http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2014/03/alana_nichols_a_former_alabama_1.html
deBotech Inc. is a proud composite manufacturer for the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi.
The old adage, “It takes a Village…”, applies when it comes to developing and building equipment for our USA Olympic Teams. Read more about the team behind the team with our good friends and respected partners in developing the US Skeleton Pods for our Olympic Athletes.
@FOX46 Carolinas unveils deBotech’s key role in the 2014 @The Olympic Games. Tune in to learn more http://www.myfoxcarolinas.com/story/24668218/olympic-bobsleds-coming-from-mooresville?clienttype=generic&mobilecgbypass.
“Everyone has a track that they click with and Sochi just fits with me,” Daly said. “On this track there is no hard steering and you let the sled sort of just ride.” By R.J. Rico, NBCOlympics.com