zoc.jpgA sponsorship package has been availed to the Zimbabwe Olympic Committee (ZOC) by a leading financial institution to enable the country to participate in the 2012 Olympic Games penciled for London.

The sponsorship package will this year see ZOC receiving US$20 000.
The agreement is for a 3 year period and the sponsorship package will be reviewed annually.

In a speech read on his behalf by Emmanuel Tagarira during the unveiling ceremony of the sponsorship package,  Interfin Banking Corporation Limited Managing Director, Raymond Njanike said they strongly believe in  developing sporting disciplines in Zimbabwe.

“We are committed to ensuring that as many athletes as possible qualify for A sponsorship package has been availed to the Zimbabwe Olympic Committee (ZOC) by a leading financial institution to enable the country to participate in the 2012 Olympic Games penciled for London.

The sponsorship package will this year see ZOC receiving US$20 000.

The agreement is for a 3 year period and the sponsorship package will be reviewed annually.

In a speech read on his behalf by Emmanuel Tagarira during the unveiling ceremony of the sponsorship package, Interfin Banking Corporation Limited Managing Director, Raymond Njanike said they strongly believe in developing sporting disciplines in Zimbabwe.

“We are committed to ensuring that as many athletes as possible qualify for the London Olympics,” he said.

ZOC President, Admire Masenda expressed gratitude for the kind gesture and expressed hope the partnership yields mutually beneficial results.

ZOC last year carried out a comprehensive scientific survey to discover where the greatest sporting potential lied and athletics and tennis stood out.

While focus will be on these two disciplines, other national associations also stand to benefit, underlining one of ZOC’s objectives of ensuring that Zimbabwean athletes are given opportunities to excel.

ZOC President, Admire Masenda expressed gratitude for the kind gesture and expressed hope the partnership yields mutually beneficial results.

ZOC last year carried out a comprehensive scientific survey to discover where the greatest sporting potential lied and athletics and tennis stood out.

While focus will be on these two disciplines,  other national associations also stand to benefit, underlining one of ZOC’s objectives of ensuring that Zimbabwean athletes are given opportunities to excel.