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First session of Sporting Commissions Meetings in Fiumicino, Italy

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First session of Sporting Commissions Meetings in Fiumicino, Italy Finally, we were back in face-to-face meetings! Two years after the last meeting in presence, the Sporting Commissions met on Saturday 23rd October in Fiumicino, Rome. Almost all commission members were presents and just some members could not join directly the meeting because of travelling restrictions. The summits were also attended by the FIM Europe President Mr Martin de Graaff, the 1st Deputy President Mr Michal Sikora, the Secretary General Mr Alessandro Sambuco and Paola Bianchetti and Silvia D’Amico, responsible for sport matters in the office. In three weeks, the other Sporting commissions will have their meetings. Mr Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe President “Four Sporting Commissions came together for the usual meetings in this time of the year and the day before the chairmen prepared the meeting in the Sporting Council in the FIM Europe office. The meeting, chaired by the
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Keity Meier to set a new world record!

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FIM Europe Trial Commission member Keity Meier performing a jump on top of the highest twin towers of Estonia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNaHvzVOq-M&feature=youtu.be On Sunday, October 10th, trials rider Keity Meier, new member of the FIM Europe Trial Commission and EMF’s Women commission, showed the world that one should dream big, the 26-year old rider made a jump between the twin towers of the 30 stories high Swissotel in Estonia seem extremely easy. The two rooftops are at the height of 117 m (383ft), situated 11 m away and the fortunate spectacle aimed for a one of a kind world record. By overcoming her fear of heights, the athlete encouraged everyone to grab life by the horns and fulfil their dreams. Keity Meier is convinced that this unprecedented challenge will help to shift her border to be a serious competitor in the Trial World Championship in 2022 and to aim for the podium. “This accomplishment
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Safety regulations updates for all FIM Europe and FIM Circuit Racing Series

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Safety regulations updates for all FIM Europe and FIM Circuit Racing Series Following the MotoGP permanent bureau announcement regarding important safety regulations updates for 2022 and beyond, the FIM Europe and FIM can confirm additional safety updates for all Circuit Racing Series. The expert panel comprising of FIM representatives (CCR, CTI, CMI) together with Circuit Racing World Championship promoters (Dorna, Discovery Sports Events, RKB-F1 Motorsport) and various other key stakeholders have been working continuously and tirelessly for several years to improve safety. This working group has been directly responsible for bringing improvements to the circuit safety, including but not restricted to increasing run off areas; defining and creating new type of kerbs; setting out the criteria for applying anti-slip paints on circuits, defining new type of energy absorbing barriers; improving the riders’ riding gear requirements; FIM homologated helmets, and airbags etc... These advances are always implemented fully understanding that the
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Issue #03 FIM Europe Magazine is now online!

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  Issue #03 FIM Europe Magazine is now online! The FIM Europe is glad to announce that FIM Europe Magazine issue #03 2021 is now online! July, August and September have been months reach of competitions and events: both road and off-road races took place in full compliance with the anti Covid-19 regulations. First of all, the FIM Europe passed on deepest condolences to Hugo Millán’s family, friends, team and loved ones, following his passing after the serious accident in European Talent Cup Race One at the MotorLand Aragón Round of the FIM CEV Repsol. Both Sporting and Non-Sporting Commissions took place in summer and also the Management Council. One year after the last edition, with one-year break, the FIM Europe renews its commitment with the FIM Europe Club Experience: this year’s edition took place in Austria thanks to the assistance of Mr Franz Pintarich, FIM Europe Touring Commission Member, and
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FIM Europe and FIM Workshop

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FIM Europe and FIM Workshop “THE RESILIENCE OF THE MANAGER” A Workshop on the Manager Resilience was held on Wednesday 13th October at the FIM Europe General Secretariat in Fiumicino, organised in collaboration between the FIM and FIM Europe and dedicated to the General of FMNs and CONUs. In addition to the FIM Europe Staff and the FIM representatives, the participants, from African, Asian, European and Oceania Federations, took part in the Workshop both in person and by videoconference. Françoise Emery, FIM CEO “It was great to count on the participation of FMNs and CONUs from four different continents in this workshop on resilience. It also offered us an opportunity to have discussions and share ideas between us. I would like to thank FIM Europe for the remarkable organization and the warm welcome”. Alessandro Sambuco, FIM Europe Secretary General "In addition to the scientific and experiential contents presented by the
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FIM Europe Club Experience: the official video is on-line

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FIM Europe Club Experience in Austria: the official video is on-line https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytWG2Pj1910 FIM Europe is glad to inform that the official video of the FIM EUROPE CLUB EXPERIENCE in Austria is now on line. The two days tour took place in a fantastic weather and was about 400 km long through Austria, Italy and Slovenia. FIM Europe loom foreward to the next 2022 for a new thirlling event! Stay tuned! Visit our FIM Europe Club Experience page: https://www.fim-europe.com/fim-europe-club/
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FIM Europe Club Experience

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FIM Europe Club Experience from 24th to 27th September 2021 in Austria In a fantastic weather, the participants met in the well-known tourist resort of Bad Kleinkirchheim in Carinthia. In addition to the personal contacts between the various associations, the focus was on trips. The assistance for the event was supplied by Franz Pintarich, FIM Europe Touring Commission Member and his Staff with the support of AMF. On the first day, the bikers were welcomed at the Austrian-Italian border by the Amici Cavalieri Motorcycle Club. After a typical Italian lunch, the group went back to the hotel via Predilpass (Italy), Vršićpass (Slovenia) and Wurzenpass (Austria). After this 220 km long circuit in the neighboring Countries, a bus took the participants to the medieval Castle Sommeregg for a knight's dinner. On the second day, the participants drove 180 km to the Nockalm and Maltatalstraße, two alpine passes that are very popular
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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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