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About our Olympics and Paralympics partnership

The exciting eight-year partnership builds on more a decade of success with Paralympic sport, and sees Allianz become one of just 15 current worldwide partners, which will bring our brand to life in Olympic and Paralympic countries across the world.

The partnership gives Allianz a great opportunity for our business, our brand and of course our people not just in the UK, but all over the world.  

Allianz UK’s commitment to promote inclusion, diversity, and excellence, both in the workplace and in the world of competitive sports, has been demonstrated by the existing partnership with ParalympicsGB.

In the UK we are the proud insurance partner of Team GB and ParalympicsGB. 

We are the Official Insurance Partner of Team GB since 2021, celebrating our national team and athletes. We are proud to support our Team GB ambassadors and to be able to help tell the athlete’s inspiring stories of their sporting journeys and preparations for Paris 2024.
jack laugher and asha philip - TeamGB
maisie summers-newton and oliver lam-watson - paralympics gb
We’ve been the Official Insurance Partner of ParalympicsGB since 2016, supporting the national team for four Paralympic Games so far. The partnership is a great demonstration of our commitment to diversity and inclusion, and we are proud to support the national athletes, including our athlete ambassadors on the lead up to Paris and beyond.
Are you an athlete? Fan? Somewhere in between? As the Worldwide Olympic & Paralympic Insurer, we're here to get you ready. For sports, for life, for real.
Paris 2024 is our opportunity to show the world our role of getting ready for a better tomorrow.
As we gear up for Paris 2024 and beyond, we’ll be supporting the team every step of the way!

A former world junior mini-trampoline champion, Asha Philip became the first British woman to achieve a global 100m title when she won gold at the 2007 World Youth Championships. After overcoming injury, she returned to win her first major senior international title in 2014 at the European Championships as part of Britain’s 4x100m relay team.

Asha and her team had earlier won 4x100m relay bronze for England at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and added European sprint relay silver in 2016 to go with selection for her Olympic Games debut in Rio. Asha was part of the 4x100m relay team which won bronze, before going one better in the same event to claim a World Championship silver medal in London the following year and Doha in 2019.

Asha Philip - TeamGB
In a high drama final at Tokyo 2020, Asha won bronze in the women’s 4x100m with her teammates Dina Asher-Smith, Imani-Lara Lansiquot and Daryll Neita. As we gear up for Paris 2024 and beyond, we’ll be supporting her every step of the way as she strives for greatness on the track.

Yorkshire-born Jack Laugher, made his Olympic debut at London 2012, finishing 27th in the 3m springboard event. 

At Rio Olympic Games in 2016 as Team GB's divers recorded their best ever Games, Jack claimed his first Olympic medal - a Silver in the 3m springboard. He and diver, Chris Mears then became Britain's first ever diving Olympic champions by claiming a historic Gold!

Following this success in Brazil, alongside Chris, Jack was awarded an MBE from the then Prince Charles.

Most recently he claimed his third Olympic medal of his career after an enthralling 3m springboard diving competition in Tokyo in 2021 – completing his set with a hard-fought bronze!

Jack Laugher - TeamGB

Maisie Summers-Newton, born in Wellingborough, is a double Paralympic Gold winning medallist, as well as being the current world record holder in the SM6 200m Individual Medley - after only making her debut in 2018.

After a stream of medals in championships across global, European and Commonwealth events, she continued to rise to prominence at Tokyo 2020 where she became a double Paralympic champion, winning both the SB6 100m breaststroke and SM6 200m individual medley finals.

Masie Summers-Newton - ParalympicsGB

Oliver Lam-Watson was born with klippel-trenaunay syndrome and his leg’s condition worsened around the age of 8. His disability doesn’t allow him to straighten or weight bare on his left leg.

At his debut Paralympics in Tokyo, he won two medals alongside Dimitri Coutya and Piers Gilliver with silver in the Team Foil and Bronze in the Team Épée.

Oliver Lam-Watson - ParalympicsGB

Chef Charles. Michael & Jackson. The Real Fan.

Watch our ten-episode series to find out what it takes to get ready for the Olympic & Paralympic Games Paris 2024. And see the sports, city and athletes like never before.

Cobblestones, currents and a newly swimmable Seine will make the Paris 2024 triathlon like no other. Get ready for the triathlon with Emma Lombardi and Jules Ribstein.
Episode 2
More than just a symbol. Get ready with Pierre, Thomas and the people of Paris as they share what the Olympic Rings and Paralympic Agitos mean to them.
Episode 3
There’s no getting around it – getting from A to B at the Olympic Games takes planning. Get ready with Marie, Eric and Allianz’s Veronique as they map out their route to success.
Episode 4
With 20,000 athletes to feed, nutrition is key. Get ready with Chef Charles and two of the athletes as the team prepares to cook 40,000 meals a day.
Episode 5
Two best friends prepare to lead their nation’s first home Olympic & Paralympic Games for 100 years. Get ready with Chefs de Mission, Michael and Jackson.
Para-athlete Edina Müller in her wheelchair having fun with her baby child in her living room

Allianz sides with the Olympic and Paralympic Movements as Worldwide Insurance Partner. With our partnership, we reinforce our position as an inclusive brand that cares about society and leads the way in empowering (and uniting) people around the globe.
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Check out our global and local MoveNow initiatives to get young people moving across the globe on the Road to Paris 2024 and beyond.