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Visa Unveils Newest Additions To Team Visa At Copacabana Megastore Grand Opening

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 01 / 16

Visa unveiled two new additions to its Team Visa roster at the grand opening of the Rio 2016 Copacabana Megastore on Thursday. Judokas Yolande Mabika and Popole Misenga, both members of the Refugee Olympic Team, joined Team Visa’s Brazilian Paralympic sprinter Terezinha Guilhermina at the sto...

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