Engineering firm hoping to help winter olympians strike gold

A SPECIALIST engineering company at the Advanced Manufacturing Park is hoping it will have a say in Britain’s medal haul at the next Winter Olympics after teaming up with another firm.

Bromley Technologies, which was set up by four-time Olympian Kristan Bromley, has teamed up with Versarien to develop new skeleton boards for athletes to use at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Mr Bromley said: “The opportunities that graphene technologies offer within the sports industry are disruptive and extremely exciting. 

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“We are delighted to be working with Versarien in exploring these opportunities.

“Our mission at Bromley Technologies is to develop high performance sports products that help athletes win medals on the world stage. 

“With a focus on developing new Skeleton innovations for use at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, we are positioned as a business to continue to push boundaries and in doing so tap into a new era of technology.”