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Deputy Governor Dr. Alejandra Rodinas, responsible for the European Parliament, presented the award to the best athlete 2022, Rondalíns Tobias Giorgis, bronze in world surfing and double medal at the Odesur of Asunción del Paraguay. Celia Arena, Minister of Government, Justice and Human Rights, presented the award for dedication of the year, San Lorenzo native, Franco Les, patronage player, Argentine Cup champion for 10 years.
Santa Fe Capital Secretary General Mariano Granato presented Club Náutico El Quilla’s rider of the year reveal award, Paulina Contini, bronze at the Pan American in Canada in the K4 500m.
The Provincial Sports Secretary, Florencia Molinero, introduced the two gold-medal Santa Fe athletes at the South American Youth Games: Valentina Casanelo (fencing), Angelina Giacon (3×3) basketball, Thomas Mondino (runner Ravelino) and Dante Nicola Rowe. (swimming).
The interim president of the Senate, Ruben Pirola, introduced the Santa Fe basketball players who won the America’s title in Brazil: Thomas Chipiro, Tayavic Galeese, and the delegation’s doctor, Dr. Juan Dere.
Danilo Capitani, Minister of Social Development of the Territory, presented the five-year Santa Fe Cup trophy that was received by the presidents of the soccer federations Carlos Lanzaro, Roberto Monti for basketball and Fabian Buchatay for volleyball.
The Speaker of the Provincial Assembly, Dr. Pablo Farias, presented the Medal of Honor to Neri Pompidou, who has been appointed as an ambassador for his distinguished sporting career.
National Representative Roberto Mirabella presented the Argentine crowning honor at Wembley by winning the final against Italy, which was received by the President of the Asian Football Confederation Claudio “Cheke” Tapia.
Former President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, presented distinguished honors to outstanding water polo players from Santa Fe: Eduardo Bonomo, Juan Fernandez, Marcos Páramo and Nahir Stigmier (Player of the Year).
National deputy Juan Martín presented the distinctions to Los Bohos, who were part of the national team that won the Copa America by defeating Brazil in Córdoba.
Santa Fe advisor Adriana Molina made the distinctions for the Santa Fe swimmers who represented us at the World Championships in Portugal: Pipo Carlomagno, Facundo Arregui and Facundo Signorini.
Santa Fe Council President, Dr. Leandro Gonzalez, presented the award to Almagro de Esperanza, winner of the ASBB “Dos Orillas” tournament. Santa Fe City Council member Laura Mondino presented a 130-year tribute to the prestigious Santa Fe Regattas, which was given by its captain, Marcelo Maila.
Honored at the first sports festival, Regional Representative Fabian Palo Oliver and Adrian “Chopetti” Marini presented the young players from Cologne, Bautista Ojeda and Ramiro Soberez, the AFC youth players.
Oscar “Cache” Martinez, the regional representative of Santa Fe, with “Chino” Marcos Rene Maidana, presented the Order of Colon’s participation in the Conmebol Libertadores, which was received by President Jose Vignati.
Banco Santa Fe Branch Coordinator, Maria Gabriela Parma, and Ariel Catenot, the Federation player selected in the first sports festival, honored Unión Club for their participation in the Conmebol Sudamericana Cup. Provincial Representative Bettina Floretto introduced outstanding open-water swimmers: Vanessa Garcia, Romina Emwinclred, Candela Giordanio and Guillermo Galizzi.
University President Eugenio Martin de Palma honored Thomas Chipiro, a student at the Catholic University of Santa Fe, who was crowned champion at the Americope held in Brazil. United Nations Athletic Federation Carlos Johnson, for his participation in the Pan American University held in Mérida (Mexico), was distinguished by the handing over of sports director Horacio Sosa.
Santa Fe Manager of the Oranga-Sylvester Begins Tunnel Karina Rotella presented the award to Santa Fe’s leopards: Victoria Mayer and Emilia Balagoy.
Senator Alcides Calvo presented the president of the Atlético de Rafaela in recognition of Speed Week and the declaration of Rafaela as the regional capital of motorsports, along with the president of Crucetas Etma, Graciela Acastello.
Regional Representatives Sergio “Chicho” Basile and Marcelo Gonzalez presented field hockey distinctions to players Rossio Caldes, Jasmine Neville and Lucas Welsberg. Stefania Felice, representing UTTA and Turf social work, introduced Discipline Differences Angelina Kavanagh, Nadina Ferreira Zach and Maximiliano Armoa.