At Business Elements, we believe that it is with perseverance, constant analysis of your work and adaptation that you obtain the best results.
In this context, we are particularly happy that, during the World Para-Athletics Championships, Maxime Carabin, one of the para-athletes we support through @TargetVictory, has won two gold medals in 100m and 400m (T52 Class). And more importantly we are happy to see we share the same mindset, as Carabin overcame his initial disappointment and worked on improving his start, which paid off in the end.
"I'm very happy, we came for the double and we did it. Saturday's race was quite disappointing but today I gave it my all, prepared better and got the result. Saturday, after the race and this morning during the warm-up, we focused on my start. Once the race started, I manage to pick-up speed well, but the start is my weak point so it's a satisfaction to see that the work has paid off. » says the athlete from Liège.
Next to Maxime’s performance, we also would like to recognise the great performances of Roger Habsch, who won gold medal on 200M and silver medal on 100M (class T51) and of Léa Bayekula, 4th on 400M (class T54), two other athletes we support through Target Victory. We are sure their achievements will inspire them and many others in various fields the same way they inspire us at Business Elements on achieving the best results for our customers.