Meet our Credit Suisse Sports Talents
Sasha Caterina - Triathlon
Frédérique Rol - rowing
Credit Suisse Sports Talents
As part of our commitment to the Swiss Sport Aid Foundation, we support talented young sportswomen and sportsmen as they strive to be among the best in the world. In doing so, we place a special focus on those competing in minority sports. We support selected sportswomen and sportsmen from all over Switzerland, known as our Credit Suisse Sports Talents. "We are aware how much effort and perseverance it takes to achieve top results in sport, which is why we want to assist talented youngsters on their journey to becoming the best." says André Helfenstein, CEO of Credit Suisse (Switzerland) Ltd. "We are delighted to have the opportunity to join the Swiss Sport Aid Foundation in providing Swiss Sports Talents with active support on their way to the top, thereby increasing their chances of success in the future."
Presenting the Credit Suisse Sports Talents team. Here you can find background profiles and important information on our ten select athletes.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. As her father – three-time world champion Christian Aebersold – before her, Simona Aebersold is making the world's orienteering elite quake in their boots.
His alarm goes off at 5:30 a.m. His free time is spent training, and his weekends are for competitions.
European champion in 2018. Silver medalist at the 2019 World Championships and 2021 European Championships. Bronze medalist at the Olympics in 2021. Jérémy Desplanches swapped his birthplace Geneva for France. But it paid off.
Fifty-six Swiss Championship titles in the career of Guillaume Dutoit, Switzerland's best platform diver.
Mountain biking is a family affair for the Kollers. It's no wonder that Nicole caught the mountain biking bug from her two brothers and is now one of the most talented riders in Switzerland.
Sport dominates the life of Elena Kratter. She is a highly successful para-athlete. She made her first appearance at the Paralympic Games in 2021, and earned a place on the podium.
For Alina Lengweiler, judo is much more than a sport. She sees the Japanese martial art as an opportunity to use her body and mind systematically in order to achieve her goal.
Elena Quirici is a formidable karateka. Originally from the Canton of Aargau, she is a multiple Swiss and European champion in the traditional Japanese martial art. She took up the sport at the tender age of four.
The rower Frédérique Rol from Pully and her partner Patricia Merz are a successful duo. They won bronze at both the 2018 and 2019 European Championships.
As a Swiss speed skater, he's one of a rare breed. Livio wants to change that, ideally by winning a medal at the Olympic Games. Good luck!
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