Allianz Australia has reconfirmed its commitment to Australian Para-sport through a new partnership with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) and the Australian Commonwealth Games Team, as well as re-signing with Australian Paralympic Committee (APC).
As part of the initiative, Allianz will extend its support for the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) to 2021, and will be aligned to the GC2018 Triathlon and the first ever Commonwealth Games Para-triathlon.
Allianz Managing Director, Richard Feledy said it was an honour to be supporting our athletes when they compete on home soil from 4 – 15 April 2018.
“We are proud to invest in partnerships which reflect inspiration and innovation, which are both an important part of who we are. What could be more inspiring than watching our athletes push themselves to the limit?”
“Two of these incredible athletes are Allianz Ambassadors, Madison de Rozario and Nic Beveridge. Madison is a three-time Paralympian and a World Champion in wheelchair racing, while Nic is an accomplished Para-triathlete, having made his Paralympic debut in Rio in 2016. Both are medal contenders for the Commonwealth Games, and we look forward to cheering them on come April.”
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC), Chairman, Peter Beattie AC said GC2018 was proud to partner with Allianz Australia to champion diversity and inclusion in Australia.
GC 2018 will have the largest integrated para-sport program in Commonwealth Games history with 38 medal events across seven para-sports,” Beattie said.
“We’re focused on making these Games the most accessible in Commonwealth Games history and hope to inspire a new generation of athletes across Australia and the Commonwealth.”