GoPro's Doc Series Follows the Journeys of Olympics Hopefuls

Nine-Part Effort Shot Entirely on Hero4 Camera

Published On
Mar 22, 2016

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If Rio fever hasn't hit you yet, GoPro's new 9-part series will likely get your adrenalin rushing over the upcoming Olympics with a new series documenting athletes' journeys to the games.

The nine-part series follows the stories of athletes Britney Henry, Carlin Isles, Kristian Ipsen, Trenten Merrill, Bob and Mike Bryan, Casey Patterson, Allison Stokke, Miles Chamley Watson and gymnastics coach Lian Chow.

Called "Two Roads," the stories focus on the various hard choices and the life-changing decisions they've made to get to where they are now. Each episode will debut every other Tuesday on the GoPro YouTube channel, starting on April 5.

As the world prepares to turn its attention to Rio, GoPro is helping athletes tell untold stories, from new vantage points unique to GoPro, in a new 9-part series. The films were shot entirely on the GoPro Hero4 camera.