We move to keep the world moving


At KMG International we believe our employees are the first and most important source of energy. They generate ideas and produce more energy that supports businesses and communities and puts the whole world in motion.

Therefore, we have created sports programs that encourage our employees to live a healthy life style, unleash their energy and contribute in significant ways to the good of their community.




With a tradition of seven years, Sports Academy registered a record-breaking number of participants in 2018, with over 750 colleagues from all countries and the Group’s companies taking part in more than 20 competitions in the preliminary and final stages of the tournament. At the latest edition, Sports Academy gathered 10% of the company’s employees from all entities.



Sports Academy takes place in two stages: a preliminary stage in Bucharest and Constanta and the finals in Bucharest.

The preliminary competitions include football, table tennis, chess, swimming, tennis doubles and badminton, this sport included for the first time in 2017. 

The finals add more sports, including weightlifting, arm-wrestling, tennis, basketball and volleyball, on top of the sports already included in the preliminary stage.




2010: First edition took place. Sports: chess, tennis and football.

2012: First time when all competitions are held in one day. Table tennis is added.

2013: The competition goes international. Swimming, weight lifting and volleyball are added.

2014: Record number of participants – for the first time it reaches 10% of the Rompetrol employees.

2016: A new competition is added: tennis doubles.

2017: A new competition is added: badminton

2018: New record number of participants - over 750 sportsmen from all over the KMG International Group have joined Sports Academy

Sports Academy facts


Sports: swimming, tennis, table tennis, arm wrestling, weightlifting, chess, volleyball, basketball, football, badminton.

Countries: Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, Georgia, France, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Libya.

Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Participants 500 600 640 682 721 774
Sports 8 9 9 9 10 10
Competitions 12 13 13 14 16 15
Countries 6 9 6 7 6 6
Continents 2 3 2 2 2 2
Organizing hours 924 1224 1230 1290 1340 1390
Organizers 70 120 124 121 123 125
Winners 117 150 150 151 173 156
Medals 117 150 150 151 173 156
Cups 12 13 13 14 16 15
Square meters of branding 278 335 603 630 580 600
Liters of water (consumed) 866 466 2600 2900 3650 3140
T-shirts 818 1818 1380 890 821 915
Hours of medical assistance 45 45 63 57 124 140
Professional referees 35 54 54 58 62 60
Accidents 0 0 0 0 0 0




Rompetrol Run and Care is the charitable cross organized by KMG International. It started in 2013, as part of the Group’s approach to encourage employees to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.

The company is committed to promote volunteering and sport activities among employees and their families, but also to our partners. We are proud to support causes with a significant impact in our community through and through this event we aim to help people with health problems.


Together for good deeds


Runners come together at the starting line determined to finish a competition that brings the best reward: helping others. Amateurs and seasoned runners, children, adults and grandparents, participants from Bucharest and from every corner of the country support each other and run together for a noble cause.

In 2018, over 300 employees from different companies in the Group, along with their families and business partners, ran for 5, 10 and 15 km, while the company donated $ 5 per kilometer to support social causes.



Following this year's "Rompetrol Run and Care" charity, all funds raised for the Edulier Association (around $ 10,000) will be allocated to support the education of children coming from needy families, as well as those with dyslexia, discalculia and dysgraphia.

The 2017 cross raised funds for “HOSPICE Casa Speranței” Foundation and for the “Association for Dravet and other Rare Epilepsies”. In the first case, the funds have been allocated to the medical care of patients living with incurable diseases, for social support and psycho-emotional counseling of patients and their families, while in the latter case the funds will be used to support partial medical costs and for the developing of activities dedicated to affected children in the day center.

In the past years, the company donated the funds raised to the M.A.M.E. Association and to Magicamp, NGOs that improve the quality of life for children with cancer and other serious diseases.

Over time, more than 3,000 of our colleagues, more than half of the Group’s employees, donated time and effort to support various social, environmental, health and educational initiatives for the benefit of the community.