two new athletes through the Fonds Héritage Sport
As major sporting events approach, Onet joins the ranks of patrons of the Fonds Héritage Sport, a fund set up by the Comité Régional Olympique et Sportif (CROS) Provence-Alpes-Côte d' Azur to promote local talent.
In this adventure, Onet supports modern heroes
As a result of childhood bullying at school, which triggered Stargardt syndrome, Prescillia Lézé began to gradually lose her sight at the age of 8.
She quickly transformed this situation into a real driving force, in everyday life as well as on the tatamis.
Prescillia fights in both able-bodied and para-judo categories.
Four-time French champion in the over-70kg para-judo category four years in a row from 2018, she won a silver medal at the European Championships in 2022, as well as 5th place at the World Championships the same year.
Sacha has been immersed in the world of athletics since the age of 6, with a school curriculum adapted to enable him to realize his sporting ambitions.
At 24, she is already
- silver medallist in the 4 × 100m relay at the European Youth Olympic Festival held in Tbilisi in 2015,
- French champion in the 60-metre hurdles at the 2019 French Indoor Athletics Championships.
- and bronze medallist in the 4 x 100-metre relay at the 2021 European U23 Athletics Championships.
Sacha is one of those athletes who regularly ranks in the Top 5.
Beyond competition: a commitment
By joining forces with the Fonds Héritage Sport, Onet is writing a new page in its ongoing support for top-level athletes.
A long-standing supplier and partner to major sports clubs and events, Onet supports internationally renowned athletes such asEmmanuelle Mörch, Marie Wattel and Fabrice Amedeo, and continues to be deeply committed to top-level athletes.