Renault praise Ambassador

Renault praise Ambassador

Renault Ireland is celebrating the second gold medal won by world champion paracyclist Mark Rohan at London 2012.

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Thirty-one-year old Mark Rohan already made paracycling history last summer becoming the first ever athlete to win 6 World Cup Gold Medals in a row. He had double Gold Medal wins in both Sydney in May 2011 and Segovia, Spain in July 2011 and a further double gold in Canada in August 2011 and is the current holder of the World Leader Jersey.

“We would like to offer huge congratulations to Mark... Mark is an athlete that embodies Renault and Paralympics Ireland values and he truly is inspiring beyond belief. We are so proud of Mark and all his team mates’ performance throughout the Paralympic Games in London 2012.” said Julien Lelorrain, Marketing Director, Renault Ireland.

Mark is a current brand ambassador for Renault Ireland and drives a Renault Grand Scenic BOSE as he travels to training and competitions, and we wish him happy driving.


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