La Nación / “Sport can change lives,” says Benjamin Hawkin

Recently, Benjamin Hawkin used his Instagram account to share with netizens an important reflection on the importance of physical exercise and its repercussions for people, highlighting: “Sports can change children’s lives and the world.”

He went on to say, “Jumping, running, cycling, swimming…any positive exercise for the health and development of children.” He then asserted that in addition to its multiple values, it brings benefits that will accompany those who practice it for the rest of their lives.

“However, we live in a world that is more and more inclined to a sedentary lifestyle,” he said, finally adding: “Sport mobilizes emotions and feelings, benefits people’s health and above all can influence attitudes and behaviors through the values ​​it conveys.”

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Both Hockin and his wife Giulietta Mora, who are part of Team Hockin with girl Sienna Vittoria, are oriented towards their daughter through the path of sports, where the whole family participates in various sports activities, and even more so when it comes to Benjamin, who supports and accompanies him at all times.

The girl already bears the nickname “La Tiburoncita” and a few days ago she was present with her mother at the Odyssor Games 2022, during the participation of her father as a representative of our country. On this occasion, cute pictures of the girl standing in a T-shirt bearing the words: “Team Hokkien. Power Dad, your little shark.” That afternoon, Hokkien advanced to the final with a 24.53 time record in the men’s 50m butterfly.

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