The Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) and Joma presented the campaign on Thursday « Spanish team of anonymous athletes »through which ordinary people will be able to wear the colors of the Spanish Olympic team in an initiative that plans to donate 10 percent of sales to Covid-19 research .
The president of the COE, Alejandro Blanco, highlighted this Thursday in a telematic conference the increase in sports during confinement and highlighted the initiative of Joma to "dream together about the future and help society ».
In this sense, Alejandro Blanco explained that "10 percent" of the proceeds from the sale of sports equipment from the Spanish team of anonymous athletes "will go to the Carlos Health Institute III »to aid research against the coronavirus.
The t-shirts in this new line designed by Joma bear "the COE shield and the legend of anonymous athletes ", indicated the director of marketing for the firm, Marina López. "We believe that it is a beautiful initiative for people who love sports and for all those who have started or have continued to play sports in the midst of the pandemic," he added.
The video conference included the tennis player Pablo Carreño, the athlete Chuso García Bragado, the rugby player Pablo Fontes, the handball player Raúl Entrerríos, the cyclist David Valero, the karate athletes Gema Morales and Sergio Galán, the surfer Ariane Ochoa, badminton player Beatriz Corrales, fighter Jesús Gasca and shooter Daniel Castro. « The research of the Covid-19 is fundamental to recover normality and we are proud that it was carried out with Joma, a brand linked to our country, with modest roots and that has been growing with the same philosophy that is can apply to sports life, "said Entrerríos.