"Get a new phone now."
That was the advice from the Tokyo Olympic Committee for Olympic coaches like Mike Sayers.
Sayers is responsible for Team USA's cyclists at the 2020 Olympics. It's the third time he's held the Olympic coaching gig.
But, it's the first time an Olympic organizer suggested a major tech upgrade to handle the six tracking apps needed to comply with COVID-19 safety protocols at the games.
Mike is a former professional racer and World Tour rider. In his more than 30-year career, he's worked as a team director and Olympic coach.
In Tokyo, he'll oversee road, track, BMX and mountain bikers.
On this Dying to Ask:
- The silver linings Mike found in life at home vs. on the road during the pandemic
- What he says is his No. 1 job as a coach at the Olympics
- How Olympic athletes and coaches will be restricted during their time in Tokyo
- Learn a great hack for staying in shape in a hotel