Objectif 2024: a sponsorship scheme for four top-level athletes

Published on 06 september 2022

Cornet Vincent Ségurel is proud to support 4 athletes and para-athletes from our major regions to help them achieve their ambitions.

"Committed to excellence, performance and perseverance throughout France".

Cornet Vincent Ségurel, a French business law firm, has set up a support scheme to help 4 top-level athletes and para-athletes with their sporting and professional projects. 

In collaboration with Le Pacte de Performance, a scheme run by the Fondation du Sport Français, our firm will support these athletes for 2 years, until 2024, to help them prepare for their future sporting careers. 

Our team of lawyers will also provide Pro Bono support to the Objectif 2024 athletes for all their legal issues relating to their professional and sporting activities: business structure, contracts, taxation, image rights, etc. 

The Performance Pact is a scheme run by the French Sports Foundation to support sports professionals through sponsorship. This support enables companies to participate in the professional integration of sportspeople by setting up specific initiatives and creating links with employees.

Objective 2024: the athletes



Based in Lyon, Matthieu Androdias is Olympic champion in double sculls, having won the gold medal at the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games and the World Championships in the Czech Republic in 2022, alongside Hugo Boucheron. A graduate of INSA Toulouse, he is also an engineer in industrial systems engineering.

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Faustine NOËL

A native of Nantes who trains in Rennes, Faustine Noël has established herself as one of the world's leading para-badminton specialists, winning a silver medal in doubles at the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic Games, as well as three other medals at the 2022 Tokyo World Championships in women's singles and doubles. In 2023, Faustine also won a gold medal in mixed doubles and a bronze medal in the individual event at the International Para Badminton Tournament in Toledo, Spain. Alongside her sporting career, Faustine Noël is training to become a physiotherapist.

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Lauren REMBI

From a very young age, Lauren Rembi has been interested in fencing, particularly epee, alongside her sister, who is also in the French national team. 4th at the Rio Olympic Games in 2016, she has since been European champion in 2017 and 2022 in the team epee event, and bronze medallist at the 2018 Mediterranean Games in the individual event. In 2022, Lauren was also gold medallist at the Epee World Cup in Vancouver, alongside Auriane Mallo, Marie-Florence Candassamy and Jade Sersot. Lauren's career path is in law, which she is studying at the Université Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris, and she intends to become a lawyer.

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Mewen Tomac, 20, currently studying for a DUT GEA, is one of France's leading backstroke specialists. Training at the Amiens Métropole club, he has worked his way through the water to win a silver medal at the European Championships in 2019 in the junior category, as well as a bronze medal at the World Championships in 2019. As a senior, after a first Olympiad in 2021, he shone in 2022 as part of a team, finishing 2nd in the 4x100 medley relay and 3rd in the 4x200 freestyle relay at the European Championships in Rome with the French team, as well as individually, qualifying for the 200m backstroke at both the World Championships and the European Championships in his first finals, finishing 5th and 7th respectively. At the 2022 French Championships, Mewen also won three gold medals in the backstroke event (50m, 100m and 200m).

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