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Sacyr renews its support to Mario Mola, three-time triathlon world champion

• The collaboration with the athlete is part of the company's social responsibility activity, which promotes sports practice and the values of perseverance and effort associated with it.

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Sacyr restates its commitment to sport by renewing its support for two more years to Mario Mola, three-time triathlon world champion. Sacyr began its collaboration with the athlete from the Balearic Islands in 2015, during the preparation for the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.

In a media pitch held today, Mario Mola pointed out that sports sponsorship is essential for athletes, and stated that “being an ambassador and representing Sacyr is a privilege”. He also appreciated the opportunity and confidence deposited on him by the multinational, as he is "proud and glad to be able to celebrate a new stage ahead of the Tokyo Olympics”.

Manuel Manrique, Chairman of Sacyr, stressed the "impressive progression" of Mario Mola during the past few years, in which he has won three world championships in a row, and “how lucky we have been to be able to support him through his success in which he has overcome many challenges through his endeavor, sacrifice and humility”. "We would like to continue supporting Mario during the next two years, which will be very important for his sports career, with a milestone as relevant as the 2020 Olympics, in which he also aims for gold," said Manrique.

Season review

Mario Mola has analyzed the start of the 2019 season, in which he has managed to win the first test held in Abu Dhabi, his schedule to re-validate the title of Triathlon World Champion and his planning for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.