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Onet athletes shine in May

In May, the athletes supported by the Onet Group excelled on stage, preparing with determination for the next major competitions.

Discover their exploits and the challenges that await them! 

Emmanuelle Mörch and her teammate Pauline Déroulède caused a sensation by reaching the semi-finals of the women's wheelchair tennis doubles at Roland-Garros.


Their determination and cohesion on the pitch saw them through the tournament with flying colors.

Fabrice Amedeo finished the Transat CIC race.


His stamina was a major asset in completing this transatlantic adventure in tough weather conditions.

Prescillia Lézé has been preselected for the 2024 para judo major events.


Her perseverance and consistent results have earned her this well-deserved qualification, and she is now preparing to represent France on the world stage.

Marie Wattel set a season's best time of 57"90 in the 100 m butterfly at the Mare Nostrum event in Monaco, making her the best French swimmer in this discipline.


She also finished second at two international meetings, consolidating her position as leader in the national rankings.

The Olympians concluded a fine season. They came 3rd in the D2F standings. This performance testifies to their fighting spirit and team spirit.

Onet, proud of its athletes and their achievements

We wish them all the best for the forthcoming major competitions and continue to support them in their quest for success. Congratulations to all on these magnificent results, and good luck for the challenges ahead!