SOLON specifically supports athletics, a demanding discipline that combines performance research, planning, and a deep respect for individual effort.

Solon Athletic Academy

Solon Athletic Academy

SOLON supports this sports association dedicated to personal achievement and well-being.

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Find out more about the « Saint-Maur Mile Experience” in the article below :

And pictures of this event in the following video :

The athletes

Michaël Salomon

If SOLON has chosen to accompany Michaël, it is not only for his exceptional athletic qualities, but also for his human qualities and generosity. Michaël trains tirelessly, and has never given up on his mission to support the young people of Charenton-le-Pont and transfer his enthusiasm for working hard and building self-confidence.

High jump record

  • Personal Best 2.21m
  • Finalist contender at European championships
  • Repeat medal winner at the French championships
Michaël Salomon

Frédéric Gilbert

Frédéric brings to SOLON an expert knowledge of high performance sports. He also engages with club members to exchange and share the experiences and good practices he gained as an athlete and entrepreneur.


  • 2017 World Masters Champion (3000m - M45 category)
  • 2017 European Masters Double Champion (1500m & 5000m - M45 category)
  • Winner of the 2016 Paris Half Marathon - Masters Category
  • Winner of the 5th Avenue Mile in New York City 2017 - Category M45
Frédéric Gilbert
Michaël Salomon Frédéric Gilbert


Provence Rugby

SOLON also supports other sporting activities. Most notably, we are the official partner of PROVENCE RUGBY, a rugby club based in Aix-en-Provence and progressing in Pro D2.

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Another way to support :

In 2018, Solon initiated the concept of shares "sharing" within a diversified fund, thus redistributing part of the management costs to a charity which helps people with disabilities.

Expo in the City

In 2013, Solon supported the launch of a new cultural guide: "Expo in the City", a previously unpublished version of the City Guide magazine, offers a list of Parisian exhibitions broken down by subject and relevant to to public tastes and preferences. Created by two art and Paris enthusiasts, the magazine has since become one of the leading French cultural guides, showcasing events, outings, museums and unusual places to visit in France and abroad .

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