INSPIRING THE
WORLD TO MOVE

As the Worldwide Mobility Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, we believe that
when we move, we can achieve the impossible.

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"Under this Olympic and Paralympic flag, let us reaffirm the power of sport to bring people together."

AKIO TOYODA

President, Toyota Motor Corporation

TOYOTA'S COMMITMENT

We are wholeheartedly committed to unleashing human potential through the power of
movement, which is why we are a proud Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.



The Games are the world’s biggest celebration of human movement. This is where we learn the true power of sports – that sports can challenge us, inspire us and, most importantly, unify us. And as the Worldwide Mobility Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, we share the vision to inspire people to push onward – past their finish line, past their impossible.

In an effort to bring the promise of sports to all corners of the world, we are working with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to help aspiring Olympians and Paralympians reach their dreams regardless of their circumstances.

Jason Smyth in action at Rio 2016

Para Athletics (Sprint)
Jason is the reigning Paralympic 100m & 200m champion and World Record holder in each. 

Jason became the “Fastest Paralympian On the Planet” when he won at the Rio ‘One year to Go’ celebration event. He continued relentlessly in Rio itself where he claimed gold in the 100m event.

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Ellen Keane in action in the swimming pool

Para Swimming   
At just 13 Ellen Keane became Ireland’s youngest ever athlete when she swam in the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games. She placed impressively in sixth in the 100m breaststroke. She continued competing to claim a brilliant bronze medal in the Paralympic Games in Rio.

Nicole in the water holding onto the edge of the swimming pool

Para Swimming 
Nicole is one of the youngest athletes on the Paralympics Ireland team at just 16 years old. She succeeded in setting personal best times in six out of her ten races in Rio with her best placing fifth in the 50m Butterfly. Missing out on a medal by two tenths of a second hasn’t daunted Nicole and she is relentlessly training in advance of Tokyo.

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Noelle winding up to release the discus

Para Athletics (Discus) 
Noelle Lenihan grew up in a small town in Ireland where there was no Discus curriculum. With her father as coach she overcame this challenge and finished the Rio Paralympics by claiming the gold, setting a new personal best and world record.

Patrick mid race beside competitors on the track

Para Athletics (Marathon) 
Patrick Monahan started his own impossible after a car accident at 21 years old. Leaving him in a wheelchair, he was inspired to become a wheelchair racer after seeing wheelchair racing in action in London 2012. He now participates in marathons worldwide and is in training for Tokyo 2020.

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