Daily News | Jan 21, 2017 | 0
Two-time Hungarian Olympic gold medalist Szilágyi elected as President of the FIE Athletes’ Commission
Press release – Two-time Hungarian Olympic gold medalist Aron Szilagyi has been elected president of the International Fencing Federation’s (FIE) Athletes’ Commission. The position also places Mr. Szilágyi as a member of the FIE Executive Committee.
“It is a great honour serve as president of the Athletes Commission,” he said. Mr. Szilágyi thanked the athletes for their trust and especially acknowledged the previous Athletes’ Commission president, Yuki Ota of Japan, for his devoted work in this committee over the last three-and-a-half years. Mr. Ota played a major role in the FIE recognizing and including the commission in its oversight of world fencing.
“Even though my mandate is short I will work the best I can to achieve our goals,” Mr. Szilágyi stated.
A significant part of Mr. Szilágyi’s responsibilities will be to collect and document matters concerning the Athletes’ Commission and discuss them with the FIE Executive Committee.
See all about Áron’s biography here.
Source: International Fencing Federation