Salice UK Sponsorship
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Sponsorship Contacts - If you are a Non-UK based athlete or team please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are UK based athlete or team please contact Fiona Manby (email@example.com) for information.
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Primera Team Jobs
Run by Jay Eastwood the Triathlete turned elite cyclist. Known as a fast sprinter with criterium, road and track victories to his name, Jay's skills in coaching and performance make him a key member of the team. Salice have a proven track record in supporting local riders and helping them on their way to major teams, National medals, the youngest ever rider in the Tour of Britain and even a ride in the Tour de France are all credits achieved by previously supported riders. After a successful 2015 season notching over 60 podium spots half of which on the top step, Primera are growing and supporting local cycling talent, Bill Temple (owner of Primera Sports) is pleased to announce that TeamJobs will be co-sponsoring the team for 2016.
Tom won Bronze in the 2012 Olympic Games as part of the men's eight. He followed his Olympic success with 2 Gold medals in the World Championships in 2013 in South Korea and 2014 in The Netherlands. In 2015 Tom spent his first season in the men's four and successfully defended Team GB's European Title at the European Championships in Poznan Poland. Tom has returned to the men's eight for the 2016 season and won Bronze at the European Championships in Brandenburg Germany as they prepare for the 2016 Olympics in Rio. We are proud to be working with Tom on his "Road to Rio" and hope he will continue to excel in rowing for Team GB.
'Hurricane Hannah' propelled herself to Olympic glory in 2012 winning two-gold medals in the T34 100m and 200m in London. In 2013 she continued her success with a double World championship win, breaking seven world records in two years. Hannah was nominated for The 2013 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award, an amazing achievement for a 21-year old track athlete in a non Olympic year. In 2015 Hannah won three-gold medals in the World Championships in Doha. Shortly after birth, Hannah suffered two cardiac arrests causing her to develop brain damage which affects her legs and hips. We are proud to work with a prestigious athlete on her 'Road to Rio 2016' we are sure Hannah will continue breaking records.