Globalsat Group supports the athlete with disabilities, Loukas Protonotarios

Renewal of sponsorship cooperation, with the aim of supporting the athlete’s effort to be at the Paralympic Games in Paris & the “KOBE 2024” World Championship in Japan.

The Globalsat Group, one of the most growing companies in Greece in the technology and green energy market, has announced the renewal of its partnership with the disabled athlete, Loukas Protonotarios, as part of the company’s corporate responsibility program, People Before Technology.

Loukas Protonotarios, an athlete of Aeolos Chalandriou – P.A.S.K.A, from 2007 until today takes part in the disabled athletics events of 100, 200, 400 and 800 meters while he holds the Panhellenic record for teenagers in the 400 and 200. In August 2014, he had his first call-up and participation in the colors of the National Team at the European Athletics Championships in Swansea, Wales, where he finished 5th in the 200m and 8th in the 400m. Among his honors is the 3rd place in the 400m final at the Pan-European Championships Bydgoszcz in Poland, where he took part in 2021. For the last 4 years he has been taking part in World Grand Prix and International Meetings, winning important distinctions, aiming and his dream, his distinction in the Paralympic Games. He is an honorary member of the APS Telmessos Marathon and the AOM Disability Marathon and since 2007 he belongs to the EAOM-AmA (Hellenic Sports Federation of Persons with Disabilities) and belongs to the category T36.

3rd place Pan-European Bidcoz Championship 2021 Poland

Globalsat, for the last 6 years, has been sponsoring Loukas Protonotarios, as part of its corporate responsibility program, wanting to highlight the high values ​​of sports and spread the positive standards stemming from the efforts of athletes with disabilities. Through their sponsorship cooperation, Globalsat ensures the athlete the possibility of participating in international competitions, so that he is closer to fulfilling his personal goal, that of participating in the Paralympic Games in Paris, but also in the “KOBE 2024” World Championship. of Japan.

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