Monegasque athletes received Olympic participation pins from the hands of Prince Albert II. Rudy Rinaldi and Boris Vain received their Olympic diplomas.
The great Monegasque Olympic family gathered this Thursday evening in the arts room of One Monte-Carlo for an evening in the presence of Prince Albert II. After the promising Tokyo Olympic Games for the Monegasque delegation and the historic Beijing Winter Olympics with the sixth place of the Rinaldi-Vain duo in bobsleigh, the Monegasque Olympic Committee wished to congratulate its athletes.
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“Through your performance, you contribute to the influence of Monaco on the international scene and to the promotion of our values, launched Prince Albert II for its athletes. You are the ambassadors of our country and you have accomplished your mission wonderfully. »
Paris 2024 in the sights of the Monegasque Olympic Committee
As a reminder, skier Arnaud Alessandria finished thirteenth in the alpine combined was in Beijing, while table tennis player Xiaoxin Yang qualified for the Tokyo Olympics, a first for a Monegasque athlete. Quentin Antognelli (rowing), Claudia Verdino (swimming), Théo Druenne (swimming), Cédric Bessi (judo) and Charlotte Afriat (athletics) had also participated in this Olympiad thanks to the allocation of wild cards.
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All eyes are now on the next Olympic deadline, in Paris, in 2024. “Our objective with the Monegasque Olympic Committee is to confirm the excellent results obtained by Monegasque sport in Tokyo and Beijing.called the Sovereign. It is crucial that all people and entities involved in sport work together to provide athletes with the necessary means so that Monegasque sport continues to develop. »