The Spanish Paralympic Committee (CPE) and the PRIM company from the physiotherapy equipment marketing sector have renewed their collaboration agreement within the Paralympic Sports Support Plan (ADOP) with the aim of improving the care of Paralympic Team members Spanish for the Paris 2024 Games.

Both entities have renewed, in an act held this Thursday at the headquarters of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), their adherence to the ADOP Plan, of which they have been a part for 12 years, to provide physiotherapists who care for elite athletes with disabilities the best products for the treatment of injuries, rehabilitation and recovery before and during Paris 2024.

For Fernando Oliveros, general director of PRIM, this agreement is a “pride”, since sport, and even more so the Paralympic, is the “reflection of the values ​​of a society”, something that they want to promote. “We are grateful for the opportunity to contribute our small grain of sand to the success of the Spanish Paralympic athletes,” he stated.

For his part, Alberto Jofre, director of the CPE, confessed the “pleasure” of collaborating with such a “outstanding” company, since technology can “make the difference” between one athlete and another. “For an athlete to get a medal it is important that he has a whole team behind him to take care of him,” he concluded.