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Awarded by CIFP global awards for Fair Play 2016 

Fair Play and Panathlon International, a winning partnership.
The award ceremony of the International Awards for Fair Play 2016 took place in Budapest.
The meeting of the Council CIFP in Budapest ended with much satisfaction for Panathlon; even if the number of candidates was reduced, it presented high profile personalities. Among the gestures, the Diplomas of Honor awarded to Panathlon were 6: The proposal of the Panathlon Club Lugano for fair play shown by Filippo Rossi in the racing across the Gobi Desert (China): the Italian Vittorio Podestà (several times a Paralympic athlete) for the behavior shown in Rio for his teammate Paolo Cecchetto - candidature proposed by Panathlon Club Genoa -; Stephany Saraiva, Brazilian athlete of Pentathlon, proposed by Panathlon Club Buenos Aires; Pippo Squatrito - reported by Maurizio Monego - football coach, who despite his team were a goal down, "expelled" one of his players, guilty of having treacherously hit an opponent, though neither the referee nor his collaborators realized the impropriety.
The team remained in ten lost the match, but the educational message that Squatrito wanted to give his players and the whole amateur football of Sicily is one of those to appreciate. Among the candidates decided in the field of Panathlon received much attention that proposed by the Area 02 Lombardy for the Promotion of Fair Play, with the award of a Diploma of Honor for the Basketball Team of Crema.
Diploma of Honor for career attributed to Alvise De Vidi, proposed by Panathlon Club Padua, highly decorated Paralympic athlete, for his extraordinary career and the constant effort as panathlete and testimonial in many events organized in schools to spread the values of sport, of the Paralympics and people with disabilities.
The evaluation of the CIFP Board meeting in Budapest ended then with more than a source of satisfaction for Panathlon that although it has reduced the number of candidacies was able to select the quality. See you in Brussels for the winners and good use of the results for the clubs that have nominated them.
The awards ceremony will take place in Brussels this autumn.

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International Forum "Charter of Duties of Parents in Sport" Reggio Emilia April 8, 2017
XII Pan-American Congress 26 28 October 2017

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