An inaugural roster of 19 elite athletes who are also Deloitte professionals. A small cohort of Deloitte-sponsored athletes. Together, they share one goal: the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024.
Discipline, resilience, passion and a drive for continuous improvement. Team Deloitte is a celebration of an extraordinary group of dual-career Deloitte professionals and elite athletes who embody these unique qualities and make possibilities a reality in both sport and business. As the world comes together for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024, we look to Team Deloitte to uplift and inspire all of us to chase our own possibilities.
Our hope is that you, too, may see the power of our athletes’ duality as we share in their experiences and support their athletic and professional journeys. Together.
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Abe Wiersma started rowing at age 14 when a friend’s father asked him to fill in for his son’s teammate, with the promise of pancakes at the finish line. Abe agreed and the rest is history.
Alexanne Verret is the epee fencer and analyst who is ready to lunge at client challenges.
One might say Caleb Antill “rows like a consultant” by developing strategies and analyzing his endurance to best competitors who have a size advantage over him.
Charalambos Charalambous has been competing on the Cyprus men’s national team since he was 16 and credits his sport for helping him keep calm when the stakes are high.
Pole vault first piqued Cole Rowan’s interest when he discovered it involved less running than other track and field events. Now he’s taking clients to new heights.
Curtis McGrath is the Paracanoeist who will steer Deloitte projects toward success. He hopes his Paralympic story includes three key chapters: recovery at Rio 2016, performance excellence at Tokyo 2020, and mentorship at the Paralympic Games Paris 2024.
Felix Denayer is the hockey star and Deloitte ambassador helping young talent reach their potential—on the pitch and in business.
Georgia Hansen is the mid-distance runner and analyst helping Deloitte clients find their stride. She’s competed at several international competitions, including the World Cross Country Championships, and is hoping to make her debut at the Olympic Games Paris 2024.
Ian Dors is the Para triathlete and data analyst who is always thinking two steps ahead. Why focus on one sport when he can champion three?
Ingibjorg Gretarsdottir started training Taekwondo at eight years old after seeing a show in her hometown—now she’s bringing form and focus to the mat.
Jan van der Bij is the Olympic rower making waves at Deloitte. He first joined the Dutch national rowing team in 2018, and after winning gold in the men’s four at the 2020 European Championships he made his Olympic debut at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
When it comes to hockey, Jose Basterra is never afraid to take the shot. He’s also passionate about energy transition, sustainability, climate change, digitization, and sports as a positive catalyst for change.
Kenta Tokunan is the Deloitte fencer who can think on his feet. After competing in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 as a leading athlete for Japan’s national team he’s now looking to qualify for his third Olympic Games. Kenta serves on several boards and is always looking to make an impact through sports.
Kimberly Lim is the associate and sailor who can navigate rough waters with ease. Kimberly is excited to showcase the energy, passion and teamwork athletes can bring to business with her work at Deloitte.
After a successful swimming career, Olli Zeidler traded his goggles for a racing shell in 2017 and is the reigning world champion in the men's single scull. Today, he’s the rower taking Deloitte client needs to the finish line.
Pieter du Preez’s childhood dream, 35 years in the making, was realized when he won gold at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. And with nearly 18 years at Deloitte, he truly has become “Supa Piet,” as he balances his family, work, and training as he strives for his third Paralympic Games.
Breaking by night and breaking ground with clients by day, Tiffany Leung is honored to have an opportunity to become one of the first women to qualify for and compete in breaking as the sport makes its debut at the Olympic Games Paris 2024.
Zoe Hyde is the rower helping Deloitte clients pull ahead.Zoe began rowing with the Irish national team in February 2022 and won silver in the women’s double sculls at the 2022 World Rowing Cup II,followed by bronze in the women's double sculls at the 2022 World Rowing Championships.Zoe is excited to be aiming for her first Olympic Games alongside her Team Deloitte colleagues.
Chantal Liew’s got the stamina for both marathon swimming and digital strategy. Now she is ready to make her mark at the Olympic Games Paris 2024 qualifications.
Jamal’s victories don’t stop at competitive swimming. While using unique training techniques to drive his own advantage and earning bronze in Tokyo
Justin does more than compete in javelin. Fueled by an innate desire to be successful, Justin looks to excel both on and off the field.
As a medical student and advocate, Lee’s successes go beyond fencing. In the lead-up to Tokyo 2020, where she won a gold medal, she balanced training and her studies. Lee’s place as one of the top fencers in the world gives her a platform to advocate for mental health and well-being.
There’s more to Nevin than sprint canoe. She’s also a passionate student, pursuing a career in the medical field while training.