August 19, 2016

GE’s canoe sprint Olympian

Maggie Hogan is all about keeping things moving. A Wreck Repair VEOS Coordinator for GE Transportation, she plays a vital role in getting locomotives around the world back on track. For the past 11 years, she has also been a world-class competitor in the sport of canoe sprint. At the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, she is a first-time Olympian at the age of 37, and the sole competitor from Team USA to qualify for canoe sprint.

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Maggie Hogan, who works with GE Transportation’s Wreck Repair Team, will be competing in the Women’s K1 200m and 500m Canoe Sprint racesin her first Olympic preliminary events in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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