Sport Ireland has signed a new partnership with eFlow which help support Ireland’s elite athletes. The partnership will see eFlow support Irish athletes on their journey to competing at major international events.
Two-time Olympic modern pentathlete Natalya Coyle and first time Olympic hopeful, gymnast Rhys McClenaghan, launched the official partnership which took place at the Sport Ireland Campus in Blanchardstown, just beyond the M50 barrier-free tolling point which is operated by eFlow.
Other successful Irish international athletes Oliver Dingley, Mary Waldron, Kim Garth, Brian Gregan, Rhasidat Adeleke, Fionnuala McCormack, Noelle Lenihan and Arthur Lanigan O’Keefe were also in attendance.
“Coaching, support services and facilities are accessed by athletes at the Sport Ireland Campus on a daily and weekly basis,” said Sport Ireland CEO John Treacy.
“To assist these athletes and their families, Sport Ireland is delighted to partner with eFlow and I want to thank them for their support and investment”.
“We are very proud to support Ireland’s elite athletes in our community, especially in their journey’s leading-up to major international and national competitions,” added Darren O’Reilly, eFlow Head of Marketing.
Eleven national sporting bodies who have either a full or part-time training centre at the Sport Ireland Campus will benefit from this sponsorship in the lead up to the international competition.
Last month the Sport Ireland Institute signed a partnership deal with Boyne Valley, also with the ambition to add value directly for the athletes that are using the Campus.
Sport for Business is partnering with the Sport Ireland Campus for the first-ever All Ireland Company Games in September.
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