A few weeks ago, we visited the Frodeno Fun(d) pump track in Salt (Spain). The project we've supported with the funds from the United in Humanity program this year. In conversations with the people on site – especially young people – we became aware once again of the unifying power that sport has and how much good it can do in everyday life.
We all speak it: the universal language of sports. A language that has nothing to do with knowing Spanish, English or German. But one that unites and connects athletes all over the world.
This year, the Frodeno Fun(d) has been our main project to be supported with funds from the United in Humanity pot. We are very pleased that we have found a way to really make a difference. And not to forget: without every single contribution from the Ryzon community, none of this would be possible. We want to say thank you for that!