Bradesco renews backing of Brazilian Sailing Confederation

Long-term partnership extended until Tokyo 2020.

26 June 2017 Sam Carp
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The Brazilian Sailing Confederation (CBVela), the governing body for sailing in Brazil, has renewed its long-standing partnership with financial services company Bradesco.

The agreement will be valid until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and will take the association between the two parties beyond the ten-year mark.

Bradesco recently announced similar renewals with Brazil’s rugby and judo federations, which will also take the company’s sponsorship of both governing bodies up to a decade.

Brazil won a single gold medal in sailing at their home Rio 2016 Olympic Games, when Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze were victorious in the women’s 49erFX event. 

The Brazilian Sailing Confederation (CBVela), the governing body for sailing in Brazil, has renewed its long-standing partnership with financial services company Bradesco.

The agreement will be valid until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and will take the association between the two parties beyond the ten-year mark.

Bradesco recently announced similar renewals with Brazil’s rugby and judo federations, which will also take the company’s sponsorship of both governing bodies up to a decade.

Brazil won a single gold medal in sailing at their home Rio 2016 Olympic Games, when Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze were victorious in the women’s 49erFX event.