Nanjing 2014 ready to open its doors to the world’s best young athletes
Visitors from all over the world flocked to Nanjing, China, this week for final updates on the 2nd Youth Olympic Games (YOG) taking place this summer. One hundred and four Young Ambassadors, 197 Chefs de Mission representing the 204 National Olympic Committees (NOC) taking part in the Games, and the IOC Coordination Commission – on its fifth and final visit – all deemed Nanjing ready to welcome the world’s best young athletes.
Jenő Kamuti gave a lecture and a Fair Play-diploma in Gwanju
The International University Sports Federation (FISU) has started its 12th International Forum in Gwangju (Republic of Korea).Dr. Jenő Kamuti also travelled to the university town, which will be the host of the 2015 Summer Universiade. The President of the International Committee for Fair Play was a keynote speaker invited by the leaders of FISU. He gave a speech on Monday and he presented a special Fair Play Diploma.
Aaron Hunt owns up to diving and gets referee to overturn penalty decision for Werder Bremen
Moments of fair play are few and far between in the 18-yard area, so it was refreshing to see Werder Bremen’s Aaron Hunt own up to diving and convince the referee to overturn a penalty decision in the Bundesliga this weekend.