Joma is consolidating its support for the Ibiza Marathon and will again be the official technical sponsor of the largest running trial of the island of Ibiza. The Spanish sportswear company will offer the participants at the event the commemorative shirt for 2019 in its different categories: marathon, 42K Relay and 12K.
The 2019 Ibiza Marathon will take place on Saturday 6 April. This is the third time the event will be held and it will seek to continue to exceed the sporting, organisational and participation achievements of previous years. On this occasion, Joma and Talentum Group will offer runners in the three trials a commemorative technical shirt, of excellent quality and design, which will provide a unique souvenir of their #RunAndFeel experience in Ibiza, details of which will soon be available. Furthermore, the Spanish brand will also provide the official race gymsack to all the participants.
In the runup to the event, Joma will organise a series of promotional activities for the runners registered for this 2019 edition. The intention is to consolidate and confirm the company’s firm commitment to the Ibiza Marathon as a strategic trial in constant growth within the sphere of national and international running events.
Joma is the most important Spanish sports brand, with the highest sales volume in the sports market and it is one of the top ten brands worldwide. This 100% Spanish company was founded by Fructuoso López in 1965 and, since then, has progressed rapidly to become present in more than 100 countries.
Since it was founded, Joma has mainly been linked to two sports: football and athletics. In football, it is currently the technical sports sponsor of major teams such as Villarreal CF, Swansea City, Atalanta BC and the national teams of Honduras, Romania and Ukraine. Thanks to these sponsorships, Joma is present in all the major football leagues of the world and in all the international competitions.
In athletics, the brand has achieved great visibility in recent years through its sponsorship of the Royal Spanish Athletics Federation (RFEA). Furthermore, the brand has diversified its sponsorship to other sports such as tennis, with players such as Marco Cecchinato, Pablo Carreño, Alberto Ramos and Marcel Granollers, rugby and handball with the national teams and important groups such as the Spanish Olympic Committee among others.