Our Athletes

Our Athletes

OK Mobility believes that mobility is essential to success. That's why we're proud to support the best athletes from different disciplines. They inspire us to keep moving forward and to keep improving. Meet them all!
Pedri González
Pedro González López, nicknamed Pedri, is a Spanish midfielder for the FC Barcelona and the Spanish national team.
Dani Carvajal
Dani Carvajal, a Spanish footballer born in Leganés in 1992, came up through the Real Madrid youth system. After a year with Bayer Leverkusen, he returned to the Spanish giants and has since established himself as one of the best right-backs in the world.
Yulen Pereira
Yulen Pereira Ramos is a Spanish fencer who has achieved great success in the épée discipline. He won a silver medal in the 2014 European Championships, and is now the leader of the Spanish Olympic team.
Danny León
Danny León is the most internationally acclaimed Spanish skateboarder and a highly influential figure in the global skateboarding community. He has achieved numerous successes outside our borders and is currently representing Spain in the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Fátima Gálvez
Fátima Gálvez Marín is a Spanish athlete who competes in shooting in the trap shooting discipline. She is a gold medalist at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo and a world champion from 2015. She is currently qualified and on her way to the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris.
Miguel Alvariño
Miguel Alvariño García, a Spanish archer specializing in the recurve bow category, has earned significant recognition in the European Games. His achievements include two medals in Baku 2015 (gold individually, silver in the team event) and three more in Cracow 2023 (gold in mixed team, silver individually, and silver in the team event).
Antía Jácome
Antía Jácome Couto is a Spanish athlete who competes in canoeing in the calm waters category. She has secured four silver medals at the Canoeing World Championships in 2021 and 2023, along with two medals at the 2022 Canoeing European Championships. Her prowess in water sports is truly remarkable.
Pablo Martínez
Pablo Martínez Estévez, a Spanish athlete in calm water canoeing, snagged two medals at the World Championships in 2022 and 2023, both in the C2 500m event. Adding to his achievements, he also clinched a silver medal in the same event at the 2023 European Games in Cracow.
Ana Carrasco
Ana Carrasco Gabarrón is a Spanish motorcycle rider. In 2013, she made her debut in the Motorcycle World Championship in the Moto3 category, becoming the youngest woman to compete in an event of this competition.
Our partnership with the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN Aquatics) highlights the synergy between sports and mobility, along with the shared sporting values like effort, commitment, resilience, and teamwork, among others.
Sam Wilford
British rider Sam Wilford began his career in British championships, eventually becoming the Supertwin champion in 2014. In 2015, he claimed the RRV450 championship. To this day, we continue to support him in his illustrious career of victories.
María Herrera
Maria Herrera Muñoz is a Spanish motorcycle rider. Currently, she competes in the MotoE World Cup with the Aspar Team.
Blanca Alabau
Blanca Alabau has won the gold medal in the PWA World Slalom Championship, held in Japanese waters. The Andalusian windsurfer, who has repeated the title achieved in 2022, will now turn her efforts to beat the speed record in the Namibian channel of Luderitz in 2024.
Ainhoa Moreno
Ainhoa Moreno is a talented young Spanish cyclist who, despite her age, has already clinched victory in numerous cycling events.
Fran Bennassar
The under-23 cyclist Fran is acknowledged as one of the most accomplished riders in the Spanish peloton.
Andrea Torres
The young windsurfing talent from Mallorca has been crowned the overall U21 Spanish Champion at the Windsurf and IQFOIL Spanish Championship. OK Mobility proudly backs this rising star with a bright future ahead.
David Vega
David Vega is a Spanish tennis player hailing from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. He currently resides in Barcelona, where he trains at Emilio Sánchez-Vicario's club. David boasts an impressive record with five ATP titles to his name.