Gatorade: Lochte

What saved Jordan in the 1997 playoffs

Published on Feb 29, 2012

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You know what helped power Michael Jordan through his epic 1997 playoff performance, even though he was afflicted with untimely flu symptoms? The film doesn't lie in this Gatorade spot, out of TBWA/Chiat/Day Los Angeles, one from a new campaign in which famous coaches recall how sports stars were able to "Win from Within," with a little help from the green stuff. Also featured are U.S. Olympic swimming team coach Gregg Troy, on Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte.

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Feb 29, 2012
TBWA/Chiat/Day Los Angeles
Executive Creative Director/Production:
Patrick O'neill
Global Group Creative Director/Art Director:
Brent Anderson
Global Group Creative Director/Writer:
Steve Howard
Global Creative Director/Art Director:
Jayanta Jenkins
Associate Creative Director, Art Director:
John Figone
Associate Creative Director/Writer:
Gregg Clampffer
Executive Producer:
Sarah Patterson
Molly Tait
Executive Business Affairs Manager:
Lisa Lipman
Business Affairs Manager:
KK Davis
Group Planning Director:
Scott MacMaster
Planning Director:
Lydia Kim
Managing Director:
Nick Drake
Management Supervisor:
Chris Asahara
Sports Marketing:
Lexi Vonderlieth
Music Supervisor:
Michael Gross
Alex Gibney
Partner/Executive Producer:
Allison Amon
Partner/Executive Producer:
Lisa Mehling
Melinda Nugent
Director, Photography:
Darren Lew
Editorial Company:
Lost Planet
Executive Producer:
Gary Ward
Jaclyn Paris
Bruce Herman
Victor Brown
Assistant Editor:
Eli Beck-Gifford
Visual Effects:
Liquid VFX
TItle Design:
Clint Chang
Post Producer:
Romi Laine
Post Producer:
Terry O'Gara
Visual Effects Lead Artist:
James Bohn
Beacon Street Studios
Beacon Street Studios
Senior Producer:
Leslie DiLullo
Final Mix:
Final Mix:
Lost Planet LA
Mixer/Sound Designer:
Robert Feist
Jaclyn Paris
Production Company:
Chelsea Pictures

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