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OSU Medicine selected as USA BMX official sports medicine partner

USA BMX Foundation announced today that Oklahoma State University Medicine would be the organization’s official sports medicine partner for USA BMX racing events at Hardesty National BMX Stadium, BMX Foundation youth programs, and the USA Cycling National Team. This partnership is set to provide essential medical care and support to a wide spectrum of the BMX community, spanning from beginner riders to elite-level athletes.
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