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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.


More than 250 guests from 68 countries attended the event. The presentations focused on a global perspective of the ethical issues facing sport, but most specially university sports and university sport movements. After the Opening Ceremony the Pesident of the CIFP gave a speech about strengthening the presence of ethics and the idea of fair play in university sports.

''After the presentations we had the opportunity to visit the facilities of the 2015 Summer Universiade. Everything looks great, we will experience a very nice multi-sports event in Gwangju.'' – said the Olympic silver medalist fencer.

During the Forum Mr. Kamuti presented a Special Fair Play Diploma to Alfred Lionel Lazer, who held a position within the leadership of the Australian University Sport for 67 years. He is a former President of the FISU Educational Committee and also a dominant personality since then. Mr. Lazer continiously and exemplarily implemented the idea of fair play into his work on and off the sports field, with which he won the recognition of the President of the International Committee for Fair Play.