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Creating Global and Local Partnerships


Allianz has a long history of supporting sport across the globe and in Australia. Globally, Allianz has been a proud partner of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) since 2006.

In 2018, we were introduced as the Olympic and Paralympic Insurance Partner and in 2021, Allianz began its eight-year Worldwide Olympic Partner (TOP) programme as the Olympic and Paralympic Insurance Partner.

In Australia, Allianz has been a proud partner of Paralympics Australia since 2011 and the  Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) since 2019.

Our partnerships aim to provide greater support for our athletes and greater connection with them for people around the world.

We embrace the opportunity to promote Olympic and Paralympic values, and be part of a local and global community that shares our passion for sport and friendly competition. We understand and appreciate the social, physical and mental benefits it can spread to communities everywhere.

Supporting our Olympians and Paralympians on their journey

An elite athlete’s journey is never easy, but it has rarely required the resilience and mental strength exemplified by our athletes now.
So Allianz Australia is proud to be able to support them beyond their training and competition.

We are joining with the AOC to become the proud presenting partner of their athlete Wellbeing Week and Wellness Engagement Series.
The program will focus on mental health, resilience, family support and more.

Because, at Allianz, we understand that supporting mental wellbeing is as important as supporting physical health.

Introducing our Olympic and Paralympic Ambassadors

Allianz supports the belief that each of us has the capacity for endless achievement, and nothing should stand in the way of someone pushing the boundaries of what is possible. We are proud to partner with a diverse team of elite Australian athletes who inspire all with the tenacity, talent and ability to overcome barriers.

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Madison de Rozario
Paralympian, Athletics
Madi has won two Paralympic gold, 10 World Championships medals and is the reigning 800m T53 world champion.

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Cate Campbell
Olympian, Swimming
Cate won gold in the Olympic Games London 2012, Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 , breaking the world record again in the 4x100m freestyle relay at Tokyo 2020.

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Owen Wright
Olympian, Surfing
Owen is one of the world’s best surfers. He also has one of the most incredible come-back stories in sport. From devastating injury to an Olympic medallist.

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Nic Beveridge
Paralympian, Triathlon
Nic has become one of Australia’s most successful Para triathletes since making his Paralympic debut at Rio 2016.

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The Australian Steelers


The Australian Steelers wheelchair rugby team have competed at every Paralympics Games since the sport gained full Paralympic medal status at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games

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Wellbeing Week, presented by Allianz #EmpowerYourself

With a continued focus on wellbeing across sport and the wider
community in these challenging times, Allianz is proud to partner with the Australian Olympic Committee's Wellbeing Series.

This program provides an opportunity to gain insight and knowledge on topics that can have a positive impact on day-to-day wellbeing.

Watch the sessions to learn more on how to Empower Yourself.

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Allianz acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and work across Australia. We pay our respect to First Nations Elders past, present and emerging.