The success of TeamWork comes from the involvement of TeamWorkers and their ability to work in teams.
This is why we have sought to carry out projects that convey our values.
Whether it’s climbing European summits or sailing around Europe, each of our projects is ambitious,but we are not positioning ourselves in a logic of achievement.
We make it a point of honor that teamwork is essential and that humility remains the key word.
Project 1 : TeamWork’s 82 “4000”
Project 2 : TeamWork Sailing Tour 2017
Project 3 : TeamWork Cycling Tour 2019
With the TeamWork Cycling Tour, we have set ourselves the objective of carrying out the stages of the 2019 Tour de France internally. The project began on June 1, 2019 in Brussels and ended after 23 days of challenge in Paris on the Champs-Élysées!
A total of 130 TeamWorkers took turns to take up the challenge and validate the 21 stages with at least 1 finisher per stage. 3460 kilometers were covered including 5 mountain stages and 5 high altitude finishes.
TeamWork’s projects are solidarity projects
We are engaged in the fight against lysosomal diseases, at each summit climbed or thousands traveled by TeamWorkers, a sum is paid to the Association to overcome Lysosomal diseases.
TeamWork also supports athletes!
The TeamWork Sailing & Mountain project does not stop there. We also bring our support to French and Swiss sailors, mountaineers and skiers united by the same desire for performance at the local and international level!
Swiss skipper, 2 victories in the general classification of the M2 Speed Tour, a 5th place in the Transat Jacques Vabre 2015 alongside Bertrand Delesne on the Class40 TeamWork, a 12th place in the ClassA world championships in 2019.
Swiss paraglider, five times winner of the Red Bull X-Alps, three times winner of the X-Pyr, holder of the European record for the longest flight with 323km flown between Niesen and Tösens in Austria.
French cross-country ski team and member of the HSN Team
Semi-finalist sprint at Pyeongchang Olympics
5 World Cup podiums