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VINCI and Paris 2024

Associating VINCI’s colours with the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games is a tremendous opportunity to show how Paris 2024’s commitments to building a sustainable and inclusive world resonate with VINCI’s culture!
Being an Official Supporter is a source of pride that is shared by VINCI’s 280,000 employees. For years, the Group has been working to build infrastructures that are now ready to host the Games of the XXXIII Olympiad.
Find out how the commitment to the Paris 2024 Games and the values of sport are blowing through VINCI.

Titre réalistaions

VINCI has just completed and delivered the Universeine district within the Olympic Village in the Seine-Saint-Denis region, which will accommodate the athletes. The Group has also built a number of venues for staging various Olympic events.

Athlete title

We would like to offer all our support and encouragement to our two VINCI colleagues who came through the selection tests with flying colours and will represent France at the Paris 2024 Games in their respective disciplines, namely weightlifting and the pentathlon.

Bernardin Kingue Matam
VINCI Autoroutes, France
Selected for the Paris Games in weightlifting

Valentin Prades
VINCI Autoroutes, France
Selected for the Paris Games in the pentathlon

Torch Relay title

Six VINCI employees have been given the incredible opportunity of taking part in the Olympic and Paralympic Torch Relay.

Silvia Pereira

Silvia Pereira
VINCI Autoroutes, France
🔥 24th July, Hauts-de-Seine region (92)

Emmanuelle Pottier

Emmanuelle Pottier
VINCI Immobilier, France
🔥 26th August, Pas-de-Calais region (62)

Matheus Oliveira Silva

Matheus Oliveira Silva
Cobra IS, Brazil
🔥 27th August, Seine-et-Marne region (77)

Top-flight athletes title

When away from the office and construction worksites, some VINCI employees lead a double life as top-flight athletes! We are proud to honour them today.

Sarah Glandien
Axians (VINCI Energies), Switzerland
Kickboxing, 3-time world champion

Renato Harlacher
Axians (VINCI Energies), Switzerland
Crossbow, double world champion and world record holder until 2023

Robert Hürlimann
Axians (VINCI Energies), Switzerland
Curling, gold medal in the 1992 Winter Olympics

Catherine Lalanne
Eurovia (VINCI Construction), France
Padel tennis, world champion 2022 (+40 years) and 2024 (+50 years)

Denis Larretche
SVMS (VINCI Construction), France
Basque pelota, world champion

Fanny Legrand
Eurovia (VINCI Construction), France
Baton twirling, world champion 2023

Théo Schaub
Urban Dumez (VINCI Construction), France
Sprint, gold medal in 200 m sprint at the French indoor university athletics championships in 2023

Amanda Vavrek
Carmacks (VINCI Construction), Canada
3D Archery, took part in the 2024 World Championships

Yann Verdi
Réseau ASF (VINCI Autoroutes), France
Wheelchair rugby, member of the France team

VINCI is talking sport title

As part of the “Midi à l’archipel” event held at the Group’s head office, VINCI employees are invited to meet with experts from the world of ideas, culture and sport who are leaders in their field.Check out some of the meetings that were held to promote the spirit and values of sport. For example, Lionel Naccache, a neurologist and neuroscience researcher, gave an insight into the cognitive processes that turn some people into champions. Gilles Aaron Smadja, a leading reporter who has covered several Olympic Games and the author of the exhibition entitled “Athletes who changed the world”, which is being shown in Paris and other cities near the capital during the Games, explained the story of the Olympic champions whose combat changed the world. Finally, we suggest listening to Laura Flessel, fencing champion and former Minister for Sport, as she answers a series of our “Questions for a champion” during the “Zero discrimination” awareness-raising day, which featured a number of key figures from the world of sport and disabled sports.

Lionel Naccache
Gilles Smadja
Laura Flessel
Last updated: 17/07/2024