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FIM Europe Management Council

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FIM Europe Management Council The second Management Council took place face-to-face at the FIM Europe General Secretariat in Fiumicino (Rome) and via videoconference yesterday, Tuesday 03rd August 2021. Mr Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe President “All Management Council Members joined the meeting by Zoom videoconference that, under other circumstances, should have been a meeting in presence, at the office in Fiumicino. We have waited for the end of all Sporting and Non-Sporting Commission meetings to hold it, because in this way the Management Council was able to decide about their proposals. The Congress in July is usually the occasion to nominate new Commission Members, therefore this time the Management Council evaluated also the Candidature applications received by the Federations. We all admire the perseverance and work of all Commissions and volunteers. Moreover, our Promoters and Organizers are doing a good job and every organized event is important for the planned calendar.
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FIM Europe Sporting Commissions

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FIM Europe Sporting Commissions Halfway through this sporting season, the FIM Europe Sporting Commissions meetings took place via videoconference in order to take the stock of the current year and discuss the future prospects. Despite the impossibility of physically interfacing, the virtual meetings were also attended by the FIM Europe President Martin de Graaff, the 1st Deputy President Michal Sikora and Paola Bianchetti and Silvia D’Amico, responsible for sport matters in the office. Mr Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe President “In June and July the Sporting Commissions organized the meetings which normally should take place during the FIM Europe congress. It’s a good occasion for the commissions to evaluate the first part of the season and prepare the rest. Almost all commission members joined the meetings. Two commission did not meet as commission but communicated regularly: the Motoball Commission postponed the championship to next year, while the Dragrace Commission had
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FIM Europe Non-Sporting Commissions

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FIM Europe Non-Sporting Commissions Wishing to show its strong commitment to the resumption of non-sporting activities even the ongoing of the Covid-19 pandemic, the second session of the FIM Europe Non-Sporting Commissions took place on Saturday 17th via videoconference. Besides the commission’s members, the virtual meetings were also attended by the 2nd Deputy President Mr. Silvio Manicardi, Silvia Monatti and Andrea Diamantini, responsible for non-sporting matters in the office. At the end of the meetings the chairmen came together to point out the outcome of the meetings to the President of the Non-Sporting Council Mr Silvio Manicardi. Silvio Manicardi, 2nd Deputy President “For the second time this year we had to meet via videoconference. All the Commissions have the occasion to discuss the agenda and made some new proposals: it has been a good occasion to share experience and update the work done by each member. At the end of the Commissions each
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Issue #02 FIM Europe Magazine is now online!

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Issue #02 FIM Europe Magazine is now online! The FIM Europe is proud to announce that FIM Europe Magazine issue #02 2021 is now online! The FIM Europe celebrates its 25th anniversary with a special interview to the founders: Mr Jorge Viegas, FIM President and Honorary Vice President of the FIM Europe, Mr Andrzej Witkowski, Honorary Vice President of the FIM Europe, and Mr Jean-Pierre Mougin, Honorary President of the FIM Europe. The FIM Europe is proud to announce the launch of the FIM Europe Library Smart Web App, a real tool to make easy, fast and immediate the use of documents and information directly from your device, both smartphone and tablet. Even if some calendar has been updated, finally, we are entered in a thrilling sporting season. Click here to read the brand-new issue of FIM Europe Magazine or download it for free. Enjoy the reading! Visit our FIM Europe Magazine pages.
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FIM Europe launches the “FIM Europe Library” Smart Web App

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FIM Europe launches the "FIM Europe Library" Smart Web App The FIM Europe is pleased to announce the launch of the FIM Europe Library Smart Web App. It’s not just an application, but a real tool to make easy, fast and immediate the use of documents and information directly from your device, both smartphone and tablet. Through FIM Europe Library - available both for Android and iOS devices - with a simple click you can access an exclusive area with 4 sections at any time. 1. Institutional - FIM Europe Yearbook, Institutional Presentation and the last issue of the FIM Europe Mag 2. General Rules - Statutes & By-Law, Disciplinary & Arbitration Code, Sporting Code, Medical Code, Anti-Doping Code 3. Guidelines - Financial Guidelines and Environmental Guidelines 4. Sporting Rules - sporting and technical rules for each discipline The FIM Europe Library is a tool useful for all the FIM
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FIM Sustainability Week

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FIM Sustainability Week As every year, the FIM Europe family is preparing to celebrate the United Nations World Environment Day, an opportunity to celebrate our achievements in the field of environmental protection and sustainability. This event has grown more and more with the passing of the years and now more than ever shows its importance given the worsening of the global situation of the environment mainly linked to the greenhouse effect but not only. This year the world of motorcycling, integral part of human activities, has decided to take a step forward compared to past by not limiting itself to the day celebration, but by extending this period of awareness on the need to make its activities more sustainable. With this in mind, the FIM has called the FIM Sustainability Week for the period between May 31st and June 6th. In the wake of this initiative, the FIM Europe also invites
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FIM Europe announces the cancellation of the Congress in Belgrade

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FIM Europe announces the cancellation of the Congress in Belgrade   The FIM Europe, according to the Serbian Federation, regrets to announce the cancellation of the FIM Europe Congress 2021 scheduled from 8th to 11th July 2021 in Belgrade due to the uncertain situation because of the Coronavirus pandemic. This tough decision comes as it’s still hard to predict how the situation will be in about two months and because of the different travel restrictions all over Europe and the quarantine rules. The FIM Europe is discussing and agreeing with the FIM to hold the General Assembly in Montecarlo in December. Instead, the FIM Europe Commissions will meet by means of Zoom platform, on the original dates of the Congress in July.
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Issue #01 FIM Europe Magazine is now online!

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Issue #01 FIM Europe Magazine is now online! The FIM Europe is proud to announce that FIM Europe Magazine issue #01 2021 is now online! At the beginning of this new year we are still fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic, but with renewed hope and optimism we look toward the new sporting season. Let’s give a look back to the institutional events of this first quarter such as the FIM Europe General Assembly, the Management Council and the Non-Sporting Commissions. Click here to read the brand-new issue of FIM Europe Magazine or download it for free. Enjoy the reading!
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FIM Europe Management Council

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FIM Europe Management Council After a short meeting one day prior to the General Assembly in Geneva last January, the first Management Council took place face-to-face at the FIM Europe headquarters in Fiumicino (Rome) and via videoconference yesterday, Thursday 30th March 2021. The day before the Internal Auditors have received all the necessary information from the Financial Department and have checked the 2020 Financial Situation with a positive feedback. In addition, the Council addressed the 2021 budget with a large view on the season as is still tough to predict how the situation will develop: it depends on the second half of the season, the organization of the Congress and more uncertain circumstances. From a sporting view, all Sporting Commissions are waiting for the start of the season: all regulations are on paper and the calendars are confirmed even if with some postponements. All vice-presidents reported about the issues form
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General Assembly AAMU

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General Assembly AAMU From left to right: Davor Komšić (MS BiH delegate and chairman of MX and Enduro Commission), Milos Balaz (SMF delegate), Cristian Farinelli (Secretary General AAMU), Peter Balaz (former SMF rider), Robert Zikovic (AAMU President), Goran Lovric (AMSS delegate), Martin Hejduk (Sporting Director AAMU) Božidar Mihailović (AMSS President). Yesterday, Saturday 27th March 2021, the General Assembly of the Alpe Adria Motorcycle Union (AAMU) took place in Opatija, Croatia, at the presence of the FIM Europe President Mr Martin de Graaff. The event was held in a double way, virtual and in presence according to the anti Covid-19 regulations, and all the member Nations participates. The assembly approved all the results of the 2020 season and the prize giving ceremony took place with the help of all FMNs. The calendars for 2021 have been confirmed and published at the following link: www.alpeadriamotorcycleunion.com. The main topic of the day was
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