(ANSA) – ROME, Jan. 13 – The credit for the season, which has just ended, for the Italian sailing races, will all be framed. From thrilling performances by Luna Rossa, at the America’s Cup in Auckland, New Zealand, with a Prada Cup win, to the Vendee Globe, the non-stop or assisted solo world tour by Giancarlo Pedote, the Florentine navigator, the best protagonist as a result always obtained by an Italian in The toughest and most demanding marine boat races. Even the historic gold medalist of Ruggero Tita and Katrina Panti, at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, in the Nacra 17 Funanbolic class. And last but not least, the brilliant affirmations of the Olympic classes at the World Championships in Oman with the youth sailing the highest grades of the podium. All this in the beginning of the season episode of “MAN AND THE SEA”, the usual column of opinion dedicated to the sea, sailing and its characters, edited and managed as usual by Giulio Goazzini, broadcast tonight at 10.20 pm on RAISPORT + HD (Channel 57 digital terrestrial). Opening exclusive interview with FIV (Italian Sailing Federation) President Francesco Ettorre who signed the agreement in Genoa with the One Ocean Foundation. The voices of Ricardo Bonadio, CEO and Jan Bachner, Secretary-General, are convinced of how important it is to mobilize young people to protect the marine environment and therefore the future of our ocean planet.
In conclusion, the special about Oman, a story of a unique reality, an example of a country with an ancient culture that has always wanted to invest in the sea and sports with insight. Sailing, as an activity reserved for the young, and women in particular, is the prototype of true liberation and social redemption. (Dealing).
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