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Valentina Vezzali Pays a Visit To the Fair Play Booth

On the last day of its participation in the Youth Olympic Games, the International Committee For Fair Play has had many prestigious visitors.

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Ai Sugiyama, 4-time Olympian, Tennis Player Committed To Disseminate Fair Play

'It has always been very important for me to play in the spirit of fair play. You can hold many titles, win many trophies, but it is even more important to have friends around you and it happens only if you are a nice person always respecting your fellow players and the people around you. It is a great feeling to return to the tour after you finish your career and greet your former rivals as your friends. Tennis is a 'fair play sport' and it is excellent to see how much the professional players respect each other, both on and off the court.'

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Respect For the Others And Fair Play Is Intrinsic To Sport

Tony Estanguet, two-time Olympic Champion in Canoe Slalom Aims To Share His Experience With the Youth On Fair Play

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Luke Dufficy, a Young Reporter from Australia Is to Report on Fair Play

Luke Dufficy (21) arrived at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games as a participant of the Young Reporters Programme. The Australian young man visited the pavilion of the International Committee for Fair Play to learn more about fair play and to prepare an article on the issue.

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If You Want To Be a Real Champion, Play Fair!

Florian Kogler of Austria, Young Ambassador for the YOG 2010 Considers Fair Play Attitude Essential in Sport