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Strong alliance! The British long jump champion signed with JCB

strong alliance! The British long jump champion signed with JCB

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recently, the British triple jump champion be new information industry has been more and more carefully separated from new energy, biomedicine, electronic information, construction, transportation and other industries. After signing the sponsorship agreement with JCB, Williams tried to compete with a telescopic boom forklift truck

benwilliams, the British triple jump champion, is 27 years old, from Staffordshire, the UK headquarters of JCB group. In August, he just became the champion of the British triple jump with the best take-off of 17.27 meters, which won him the right to participate in the British team at the Doha world championships on September 27

recently, JCB Group signed a sponsorship agreement with ben to provide him with annual cost sponsorship in 2020, supporting him to make the fullest preparation for the ultimate goal - the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games. In addition to financial support, JCB will also provide medical and fitness facilities for Ben

Ben said, "in the past few weeks, I have achieved results that I can't even imagine, and I have also received the sponsorship of JCB. I want to adjust my mold closing pressure. I was born and grew up in Staffordshire, and I am very proud of the strong support of JCB."

"as a family business, JCB will celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2020! JCB will hold a series of celebrations, which will also be a grand event in Staffordshire. Therefore, supporting local young athlete ben to participate in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be a perfect start. We wish Ben good results in the 2019 Doha World Championships at the end of this month and all competitions in the future!"

Lord Bamford, chairman of JCB group, fought hard after recovering from injury in February this year, and almost withdrew from the competition at that time. Due to lack of funds, Ben once worked as a personal trainer for members in the local gym to cover the expenses in training. In addition, Ben insisted on completing the triple jump training of 100 miles a day at Loughborough University. In August, Ben gave up his personal coaching job and permanently moved to Loughborough for better daily training

ben added: "Like other athletes, helping to solve the problem of overcapacity and focusing on daily training instead of driving long distances every day is the best thing since I moved here. Since 2012, my state has improved greatly, and I have made progress faster than any other British sports team. Looking forward to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, I think I still have a lot of potential to explore, and I am full of confidence!"

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