Technogym in Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have chosen Technogym as official and exclusive supplier of fitness equipment and digital technologies for the athletes’ preparation. For Technogym, internationally recognized for setting the standard in athletic training, rehabilitation and wellness, Tokyo 2020 represents the 8th Olympic experience after Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Turin 2006, Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016 and Pyeongchang 2018.

Technogym facilities

In Tokyo, Technogym equipped 15 training centers for athletes to train prior to and during the Olympic Games. A total of 1,500 pieces of equipment have been made available to the 15,000 Olympic and Paralympic athletes visiting from over 200 different countries and performing in 33 different disciplines.

Train like a champion

Train like olympic athletes do, thanks to the best equipment and digital technologies.


Designed to train the pillars of athletic conditioning and performance, Skillrun is a treadmill like no other. Developed side-by-side with academic and research institutes, professional trainers and athletes, it takes performance training to new heights.



Developed with athletes, Skillrow™ improves both your cardio and power with diverse total body workouts available on the app, and with the most realistic rowing feel.



The only stationary bike with a real gear shift that lets you experience the thrill and challenges of outdoor cycling. Infinite virtual routes to explore. Precise, valuable feedback to improve your power and efficiency. Breathtaking races to enjoy with your friends, and much more.


Kinesis Personal

Improve strength, coordination, flexibility and posture control with the ultimate piece of designer gym furniture for the home and wellness spaces.


Athletes train with us

We have chosen to provide training support to a team of emerging young athletes as they pursue their dream of an Olympic medal. For each contender we have created a specific training solution based on their individual needs.

Oliver Zeidler - Germany

German rower, world champion in single scull in 2019 and gold medallist at the European Championships in Lucerne and Varese in 2019 and 2021, Oliver Zeidler selected Skillrow, the only indoor rowing machine capable of improving anaerobic power, aerobic capacity and neuromuscular abilities in a single solution.

Vincent Luis - France

French triathlete, winner of the gold medal at the World and European Championships in 2008 and twice the World Triathlon Series champion in 2019 and 2020, Vincent Luis chose Skillbike, the revolutionary bike that allows cyclists, triathletes and riders to experience the challenge and thrill of riding on the road with the comfort and convenience of training indoors.

Dafne Schippers - Netherlands

Dutch sprinter, world champion in 2015 and 2017, European champion in 2014 and 2016 and silver medallist at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Dafne Schippers chose Skillrun, the first running equipment that combines cardio and strength training to increase power, designed to meet the needs of all runners, from sprinters to marathoners to triathletes.

Kent Farrington - USA

Winner of the silver medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and, in 2019, the first American rider to win both the Rolex Gran Prix in Aachen and the International Jumping Riders Rolex Grand Prix in Geneva, Kent Farrington selected Kinesis Personal, the first running equipment that combines cardio and strength training to increase power, designed to meet the needs of all runners, from sprinters to marathoners to triathletes.

Bebe Vio - Italy

Italian fencer, world and European champion in the foil B category and winner of the Italian Paralympic Award, Bebe Vio trains with Technogym Bench, the innovative workout kit for the home that combines functional and strength training and lets you perform an extensive variety of exercises even in a small space.

Elia Viviani - Italy

Italian track and road cyclist, winner of the gold medal in the omnium at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, seven victories at the European Championships and two silver and one bronze at the World Championships, Elia Viviani chose Skillbike, the first indoor bike with a gear shift that re-creates the feeling of cycling on the road in the comfort of an indoor environment.

Morgan Lake - United Kingdom

High jumper, winner of two gold medals at the World Junior Championships in 2014, European Junior champion in high jump in 2015 and finalist at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Morgan Lake chose MyRun,Technogym’s new treadmill for home fitness that is compact, quiet and offers a vast selection of on-demand workouts for running and walking.

Yeman Crippa – Italy

Italian middle-distance runner, national record holder in 3000, 5000 and 10000 metres flat, who boasts an overall Italian champion title in 1500 metres flat and two cross-country titles, has chosen Skillrun, the first treadmill to combine cardio and power training in a single solution designed to meet the training requirements of both elite athletes and fitness enthusiasts.

Letizia Paternoster - Italy

Italian track and road cyclist who set three new world records in Junior team and individual pursuits in 2016 and 2017, winner of 5 World and 13 European Championships, Letizia Paternoster trains with Skillbike, the revolutionary indoor bike that allows you to experience the thrill and challenge of outdoor riding in an indoor environment.

Leonardo Fioravanti - Italy

The young international surfing star, first and only Italian to be part of the World Surf League circuit, has chosen Technogym for his athletic training. Thanks to Skillmill he can train power, speed, endurance and agility at the same time.

Akiyo Noguchi - Japan

Japanese climber, four-time winner of the IFSC Climbing World Cup in bouldering and winner of nine consecutive Bouldering Japan Cups, Akiyo Noguchi trains with Skillrow, the indoor rower that improves athletic performance, cardiovascular efficiency and total body power, perfectly reproducing the experience of rowing in water with Aquafeel.

Kazuyasu Minobe - Japan

Japanese fencer, winner of two Men’s Épée World Cups and ranked 12th in the world, Kazuyasu Minobe selected KINESIS, with Technogym’s FullGravity patented technology that gives you full range of motion at 360° and allows you to work simultaneously on stability, flexibility and posture, simulating the techniques of a sport like fencing that involves extremely precise and powerful moves.