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Roger Black Endorses Twitter Use for Olympics Athletes [Video]

  |  August 22, 2012   |  Comments

Olympics medal winner discusses his views on Twitter, online video and the Olympics legacy.

UK Olympic champion Roger Black speaks to ClickZ partner publication V3 about how he believes technology has affected the London 2012 Games and how it is likely to shape sports competitions of the future.

Black gives his views on whether social media sites like Twitter need more regulation to protect athletes from the thoughts of the general public, as well as how the growth of online video affects athlete performance.

Black also discusses the benefits to this year's London Olympics from the IT infrastructure put in place by technology partners, and the Games' legacy to the UK.

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