G4S 4Teen

The G4S 4teen brings together 14 young athletes from 13 countries, across four continents towards their goal of winning a gold medal on the world’s biggest sporting stage

Supported by G4S global ambassador Haile Gebreselassie, the G4S 4teen programme enables G4S to assist the athletes, their families and the local communities financially, socially and logistically in a genuine and meaningful way, creating goodwill, trust and new sporting heroes in key markets for our business.

The partnership provides each athlete with unique experiences that are designed to help them develop both within the sporting sphere and personally. The benefits that the athletes receive also extend beyond the individual; G4S works with each athlete to provide opportunities to their local communities that they would only ever have dreamed of experiencing.

G4S is proud to support the G4S 4teen athletes to achieve their full potential and in 2011, two of the athletes were selected to compete for their countries at the London 2012 Olympic Games. We are hoping that many of the G4S 4teen will be travelling to London to compete in the world’s greatest sporting event.

G4S 4teen athlete   Country  Sport
Obinna Metu Nigeria 100m, 200m
Fanuel Kenosi Botswana 100m, 200m
Zodwa Maphanga South Africa Table tennis
Pauline Korikiwang Kenya Middle distance runner
Juan Maegli Guatemala Sailing
Mariana Londono Colombia BMX
Margus Hunt Estonia Discus
Mangal Ho India Archery
Snigdha Manda India Shooting
Chein An Chen Taiwan Table tennis
Sharmin Akhta Bangladesh Shooting
Sebastian Jahnsen Peru  Swimming
Charly Suarez Philippines Boxing
Chatchai Butdee Thailand Boxing

G4S 4teen - Chatchai Butdee

G4S 4teen - Ciudad de los Ninos

G4S 4teen - Mochudi Resource Centre


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