Mallorca handbike tour
We were one of the first companies to collaborate in the launch and development of the Mallorca Handbike Tour, an international race of professional and amateur handbikers participating in the same competition.
The most important thing about this sports event is not the result, but the fact that each athlete fulfils the objectives they have set for themself. We share their spirit of struggle and self-improvement.
Meridià Club Esportiu (Meridià Sports Club) is a non-profit club that creates and organises this inclusive cycling race, which in its different stages, travels through the beautiful landscapes of Mallorca, including Formentor.
we support the mallorca integra football academy
We are very grateful to the Mallorca Integra Foundation because it has given us the opportunity to participate in its programme aimed at the integration, and sporting and social inclusion of people with functional diversity and developmental disorders through adapted football.
Labo’Life’s promotion of physical activity among disadvantaged groups has its origin in a previous collaboration in which we helped create the Inca Football School, part of whose players have now been integrated into a Palma team led by Mallorca Integra.
Within this initiative, the Foundation promotes physical exercise and psycho-emotional health among groups of people with disabilities who would otherwise have difficult access to sports, one of the basic pillars for the proper functioning of the immune system.
we support the paralympic skier Úrsula Pueyo
We have had the honour of supporting the Spanish Paralympic alpine skier Úrsula Pueyo for several years now, as part of the company’s philosophy of promoting sports.
We are proud that athletes like her have the opportunity to participate in national and international competitions. She represents a clear example of the values associated with sports that we admire. She won three silver medals and one bronze medal at the first Paralympic Winter World Cup held in Sweden in 2009. She also represented Spain at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Games.