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EFG is the private bank for historic motor racing and we sponsor leading events worldwide, including:
We also have a strong partnership with the British Racing Drivers' Club (as a sponsor of its Rising Stars programme).
EFG has a longstanding commitment to the sport of polo and we support a wide range of teams and events around the world, including:
Centenary Tennis Clubs
EFG is the principal partner to Centenary Tennis Clubs (CTC), an umbrella group of clubs that are more than 100 years old, including some of the most prestigious clubs in the sport.
Junior Tennis Programme
We have teamed up with the global sports and media company IMG to create The EFG Junior Tennis Programme. This is an innovative way of supporting leading junior players in making the transition to the senior ranks.
EFG has a multi-year sponsorship agreement with Ueli Steck, the Swiss rock climber and mountaineer. One of the most outstanding climbers of his generation, Ueli Steck is globally renowned for pushing the boundaries of his sport. His achievements include climbing the north face of the Eiger in record time (2 hours 47 minutes) as well as solo climbing the south face of Annapurna, Nepal, in a record 28 hours.
EFG congratulates the Olympic champions of the Swiss lightweight rowing four. On 11 August 2016, the Swiss lightweight rowing four sponsored by EFG were crowned Olympic champions in Rio.
EFG has sponsored the Swiss lightweight project since 2011. This partnership has allowed the four athletes – Mario Gyr, Simon Niepmann, Simon Schürch and Lucas Tramèr – to focus on their elite sporting ambitions. We were inspired by the team’s enthusiasm and determination, its strong competitive track record, and an appreciation of the dynamics and precision of rowing. The strong personal relationship between the athletes and their coach Ian Wright is also mirrored the relationship between EFG and our clients.
The results have been outstanding. The team is the current World and European Champions, as well as Overall World Cup Winners 2015. The team’s journey through two Olympic cycles has been central to the project. The team achieved fifth place in London 2012 and, after four more years of intensive preparation, all the hard work paid off with Olympic gold at Rio 2016. On 11 August 2016, the Swiss lightweight rowing four were crowned Olympic champions after winning the final in 6 minutes 20.51 seconds, ahead of Denmark and France.
This has been an outstanding partnership based on hard work, talent and dedication to excellence. Our congratulations go to the whole team, their coaches and the Swiss Rowing Federation for this crowning Olympic success.
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