Destination Tokyo, with Marie Oteiza and Théo Curin!

Wednesday, 19 february 2020

Discover illustrated portraits of Marie Oteiza and Théo Curin, two athletes accompanied within the framework of the support program for high-level athletes.

In its capacity as a Premium Partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Groupe BPCE has chosen to support the Fondation pour le Pacte de performance (Foundation for the Performance Pact), an entity supported by the French Ministry of Sports, by accompanying nearly one hundred athletes and para-athletes.

Groupe BPCE is proud to help these athletes by providing financial support along with assistance in professional training and retraining, and to be at their sides as they progress through all the different stages of their preparation for the next Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Marie Oteiza

Marie Oteiza is a 25-year-old French sportswoman, specializing in the modern pentathlon  and European champion in 2018.  

Thanks to her good performances at the European Championships in 2019, Marie Oteiza has already been selected for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. She makes no mystery about her current objective: to be an Olympic champion!

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To find the latest news about Marie Oteiza on her Facebook page, click here.

Théo Curin

Théo Curin is a young, 19-year-old swimmer and member of the French disabled team. Although missing 4 limbs through amputation, he won a bronze medal in the 200 meters freestyle event at the 2019 World Championships. An actor, model, TV commentator and champion, Théo pursues a multitude of activities and fully intends to do his utmost to be selected for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, which will take place at the end of August-beginning of September.

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To find the latest news about Théo Curin on his Twitter account, click here, click here.