24 Hour Fitness hosts ‘The Next Olympic Hopeful’

The tryouts are scheduled for tomorrow.

  • Friday, June 1, 2018 2:00pm
  • Life

In a game-changer for elite American athletes and to help build a pipeline of future Olympic hopefuls, the USOC will lead an effort to find The Next Olympic Hopeful, beginning with nationwide tryouts in 24 Hour Fitness clubs on June 2.

The journey to find these athletes will become a special program televised this fall: Scouting Camp, The Next Olympic Hopeful.

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