Cynthia Bolingo


European vice-champion 2019 in 400m indoor

Belgian record holder over 300m and 400m

Malia Metella


Vice Olympic Champion

Vice World Champion

5x European Champion

Kira Grünberg

Former athlete & Member of the Austria National Council

Muriel Cottave Claudet

President Belgium Francophone Rugby League

Géraldine Pons

Warner Bros Discovery France – Head of Sports

Nagin Ravand

Football Coach & Entrepreneur

Sandy Heribert

Journalist & Presenter

Valentina Marchei

Olympian Figure Skating

Hayley Edmonds

Journalist & Presenter

European Institutions endorsements

Tomasz Frankowski

Member of the european Parliament


Laurent Petrynka

Tomasz Frankowski is a former Polish national footballer. He played in several football clubs such as Jagiellonia Białystok, Wisła Kraków, RC de Strasbourg, Potiers, Martigues, Elche, Nagoya Grampus Eight, Wolverhampton Wanderers, CD Tenerife and Chicago Fire. He is the third most successful goal scorer in Polish football league history.

Following his election to the European Parliament in 2019, he is a member of the Committee on Culture and Education (CULT) and a coordinator of the EPP Group in this committee. He is also a co-Chair of the Sports Group in the European Parliament and the EP rapporteur on the future of the EU sport policy report.

Vivianne Hoffmann

Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport, and Culture of the European Commission


Laurent Petrynka

Viviane Hoffmann is Deputy Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture in the European Commission, since 2018.

From 2014 to 2018, she worked as Director in the Commission’s Directorate-General for Communication.

She previously was Deputy Head of Cabinet of former Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding (Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship). She was also Mrs Reding’s Deputy Head of Cabinet during her mandates as European Commissioner for Information Society and Media (2004-2010) and for Education and Culture (1999-2004).

 In 1997-1999, Viviane Hoffmann worked as assistant to the Director-General for Health and Consumer Protection in the European Commission. In 1996-1997, she was an assistant to the Secretary-General of the European Commission, after having worked in the Commission’s Secretariat-General since 1988.

Viviane Hoffmann studied political science and international relations at the “Université Libre de Bruxelles”.

Viviane Hoffmann speaks Luxembourgish, French, German and English.