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Our commitment in Sport

Since 2019, BDO is a sponsor of the French Handball Federation

This commitment illustrates our devotion to the values of professionalism, integrity, proximity and performance. Committed to gender equality, Diversity and Inclusion, BDO is proud to be represented on the referees' jerseys for all competitions, women's and men's, from the Nationale 3 to the Starligue. BDO also shares the French Handball Federation's commitment to all publics - children, people with disabilities.

 
BDO & Coach
BDO supports the film Coach directed by Manuel Herrero. Broadcast on Canal +, this documentary takes a close look at the coaching profession. With Coach, Manuel Herrero, son of Daniel Herrero, goes inside the heads of seven exceptional managers, including New Zealander Graham Henry.
 
 
 
BDO & Beach Volley
BDO sponsors the 2014 French Beach Volleyball champions! The players Micha and Vendy offered a 1st great title during the final of the French championships in Saint-Jean-de-Monts, congratulations to both of them!
 
 
 
BDO & Rubgy
BDO sponsors the Rugby Club Massy Essonne. A French Rugby club "Rugby à XV" based in Massy in the Essonne region, and the club is currently playing in the Fédérale 1 league.
 
 
 
BDO & Track Cycling
BDO supports the French cyclist Marion BORRAS, a native of Pontcharra in Isère. Vice-champion of Europe in team pursuit in 2019, she will participate with the French team in the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2021 and in 2024 in Paris.
To learn more about her career, discover her profile: Wikipedia - Facebook

 

 BDO & Cycling
For 6 years now, BDO has been a sponsor of the Chrono des Nations, an individual time trial cycling race held in Les Herbiers (Vendée).
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BDO & Triathlon
BDO is a sponsor of the international triathlon organized by the city of Saint Jean de Monts (Vendée).
This event welcomes 1,500 athletes and 30,000 spectators on race formats adapted to all: from amateurs to the best world triathletes.
 
 
 
BDO & Horse-riding
BDO accompanied Kevin Staut, individual gold medalist at the European Jumping Championships. Kevin Staut was the world's number 1 show jumper in 2010.