The Polish Olympic Committee is an autonomous, nationwide association of sports federations and organizations. It has the exclusive right to use and authorize the Olympic symbols set out in the Olympic Charter, as well as the designations “Olympic Games” and “Olympic Committee”, in Poland. Our activities are financed by funds obtained through sponsorship arrangements. Our Sponsors and Partners ensure the stable and long-term financial support that makes it possible for Polish athletes to compete in the Olympic Games, enables activities related to Olympic education, provides for Olympic athletes in need, and promotes Olympic values, fair play, a healthy, sporting lifestyle.

LUX MED – The Main Medical Partner

LUX MED Group is a leader on the Polish private medical services market. It is part of Bupa, an international group that provides health insurance and medical services all over the world. LUX MED Group ensures comprehensive health care – outpatient, diagnostics, rehabilitation, hospital and long-term – for over 4 million patients.

The Group has over 240 facilities of its own and more than 2,600 in partnership with other companies. It has a staff of over 20,000, including approx – 8,000 doctors.

LUX MEDA Group has been providing expert and comprehensive medical care to Polish Olympians and Olympic candidates since 2014.

EUROSPORT – The Official Media Partner

Eurosport is the number one sports destination in Europe, fueling the passion of fans and connecting them with the greatest sports events in the world. All year long Eurosport broadcasts thousands of hours of the most important sporting events. Full rights to summer and winter Olympic Games are its crown jewel. Eurosport shows live world-class events and takes viewers straight to the center of the sports action. It allows viewers to be as close to the stars of world sport as possible and – thanks to the unparalleled knowledge of Polish and international experts – explains all the intricacies of the disciplines loved by thousands of fans.

People are one of the Eurosport’s greatest strengths. Dawid Kubacki and the most successful Polish Olympian, Robert Korzeniowski are the ambassadors of the channel in Poland. The line-up of experts and commentators comprises Jakub Kot, Tomasz Sikora and Dariusz Baranowski, as well as recognized journalists – Tomasz Jaroński, Marek Rudziński, Igor Błachut, Karol Stopa, Adam Probosz, Rafał Jewtuch, and Przemek Kruk. Polish viewers can also learn the opinions of international Eurosport experts, including many former world-class stars like Martin Schmitt, Sven Hannawald, Mats Wilander, Boris Becker, John McEnroe, Alberto Contador and Sir Bradley Wiggins.

POLSKIE RADIO – Media Partner

Polskie Radio (Polish Radio), the country’s largest public broadcaster, has been building a community of ideas, values and language, and reporting on domestic and international cultural, scientific and sporting events, since 1925. It has four nationwide channels (Jedynka, Dwójka, Trójka and Polskie Radio 24), one overseas channel (Radio dla Zagranicy), and four digital channels (Czwórka, Polskie Radio Dzieciom, Polskie Radio Chopin and Polskie Radio Kierowców) that broadcast online and via cellphone applications and DAB+. In addition, the portals and provide special services and archived materials. Polskie Radio’s programs and services fulfil the public broadcaster’s educational, cultural and civic mission by means of rich and varied program offerings and its own broadcasts.

Sport occupies a special place at Polskie Radio, which broadcasts, reports and provides commentary on major domestic and international sports events. The first sports news came out in 1925. Polish Radio made its Olympic debut with reports and commentary from Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Berlin in 1936. Since then, Polish Radio has become an official partner of the Polish Olympic Committee and Polish Radio journalists have been present at every Olympics. Polish Radio currently broadcasts around 18 hours of sports information per week.

FERRERO – The Official Partner of The Polish Youth Olympic Team

Kinder Joy of Moving is an international business social responsibility program run by Ferrero Group. The program is predicated on our conviction that giving children and young adults access to physical activity will inspire them to join the culture of movement and become physically active adults in the future. The Kinder Joy of Moving program has been running in Poland since 2007. Its accompanying rallying cry, “May Joy Always Win”, reveals its formula, which is primarily based on the fun and enjoyment that being active provides. It is worth emphasizing that the Kinder Joy of Moving program is conducted in every region of the country and that there are no costs involved.

We would like to thank our Sponsors and Partners for supporting the Polish Olympic Committee and the Polish Olympic Team!