Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic Insurance Partner

Allianz is proud to be the Worldwide Insurance Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Movements from 2021 to 2028

We’re proud to be the Worldwide Insurance Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Movements from 2021-2028. Meet our Olympic ambassadors – three of Australia’s most elite athletes who inspire us with their dedication and vulnerability.
Cate Campbell OAM
Cate Campbell OAM
Owen Wright
Cate Campbell
Sport: Swimming
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Cate Campbell inspires us all with her dedication, talent, and bravery.
Cate Campbell in the pool
“Preparing for an Olympics is all consuming. It takes a lifetime of training, dedication, and years of unwavering passion.”
Cate Campbell, OAM

Born in Malawi, Cate is the eldest of five siblings and moved to Australia in 2001 where she took up competitive swimming. Within seven years she had made her first Olympic Team and won two bronze medals at Beijing 2008.

Cate won her first Olympic gold medal in London 2012 alongside Alicia Coutts, Brittany Elmslie and Melanie Schlanger in the 4x100m freestyle relay.

Four years later in Rio, Cate claimed her second gold in the 4x100m freestyle. The relay team of Emma McKeon, Brittany Elmslie, Cate and her sister, Bronte broke the world record in a time of 3:30.65, bettering Australia's previous world-best mark of 3:30.98 set at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Cate emulated Dawn Fraser by medalling in the 4x100m relay in three successive Olympic Games.

In 2021, Cate qualified to swim at her fourth Olympic Games and was the Australian flag bearer at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Cate came away with a bronze medal in the 100m freestyle and made history when her 4x100m freestyle team broke their own record. She also swam one of her best relays ever in the 4x100m medley.

Along with her Olympic haul of four gold, one silver and three bronze, Cate has claimed 12 World Championship medals, including four gold. With her eyes set on Paris 2024, Cate is attempting to become the first Australian swimmer to compete at five Olympic Games.

For Cate, mental strength is about being brave, despite her fears and vulnerabilities. Brave to ask for help, brave to speak up and brave to create balance in her life outside of sport.

Mollie O'Callighan
Sport: Swimming
Mollie O’Callaghan is an accomplished Olympic swimmer who has achieved what many athletes aspire to - all before her 20th birthday. With two Olympic gold medals and two world records to her name, she has proven to be a fierce competitor in the pool.
Mollie O'Callaghan walks beside a pool with an Allianz towel
“I'm proud to stand beside a group of amazing role models and hope that, as an Allianz Ambassador, I can hopefully inspire more young athletes to make their own mark and set goals of their own."
Mollie O’Callaghan, OAM

Born in Queensland, Mollie started swimming at the age of four and entered her first competition three years later.

Mollie’s international career kicked off with great success. At age 15, she brought home a silver medal in the women’s 400m freestyle relay at the 2019 World Championships in Budapest.

She then went on to compete at her first Olympic Games, on an international stage at Tokyo 2020, where she won two gold medals and a bronze medal. At just 17 years old, she was the youngest member of the squad.

At the 2022 Australian Championships, Mollie continued to excel. She became the first woman to beat 53 seconds in the 100m freestyle event. She then outdid this in the final with a new personal best time of 52.49.

At the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, Mollie secured five gold medals and two silvers and broke a world record with her performance in the 4x200m freestyle relay alongside Melverton, Wilson and Titmus.

In 2023, she made history again at the World Championships in Fukuoka.  Mollie became the first woman in history to win gold medals in both the 100m and 200m freestyle events.  She won a further three gold medals and set a new world record in the 200m freestyle. She has established herself as a dual individual World Champion and World Record holder.

Mollie's remarkable achievements, talent, and dedication continue to inspire as she prepares for Paris 2024, and the bright career ahead of her.

Owen Wright
Sport: Surfing
From devastating injury to an Olympic medallist, world-renowned surfer Owen Wright has one of the most incredible comeback stories in sport. Now retired, Owen looks to the next chapter of his career.
Owen Wright exiting the surf at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
“Fear is always present, but for me it’s about embracing and acknowledging it, rather than wishing it away.”
Owen Wright

Australia’s Owen Wright is considered to be one of the top ten surfers in the world, continually posting 10-point rides.

In December 2015, he had a wipe out in his warm-up at Pipeline in Hawaii where he suffered a traumatic brain injury. The accident meant he had to relearn how to walk and then surf again. After spending 2016 recovering, Owen was granted a wildcard entry to the 2017 World Surf League season.

In his comeback, he won the Champions Tour calendar's opening event: the Quiksilver Pro at Snapper Rocks on Australia's Gold Coast. That year, Owen finished sixth in the world and went on to win in giant waves at the Tahiti Pro in 2019, which was his 4th World Surf League title.

Surfing made its debut as an official Olympic Games sport at Tokyo 2020 staged at Tsurigasaki Beach. Owen won Australia’s first ever medal in surfing at the Olympic Games, claiming bronze.

In April 2023, Owen retired from competing at the highest level of surfing due to continued health concerns. While surfing will always remain a part of his life, this new chapter of his career will see Owen engaging the wider surfing community to spread word of his experience, and the importance of mental health and wellbeing in overcoming life’s many challenges.

Allianz Australia is proud and committed to supporting Owen Wright as an Allianz ambassador and looks forward to this next chapter of his career.

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Nic Beveridge
The Australian Steelers team
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