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Terreros and the fight against doping, protagonists this Thursday at the EP Sports Breakfasts

The president of the CSD, José Manuel Franco, will present the person in charge of the anti-doping fight in Spain.

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Terreros and the fight against doping, protagonists this Thursday at the EP Sports Breakfasts

The president of the CSD, José Manuel Franco, will present the person in charge of the anti-doping fight in Spain


The director of the Spanish Commission for the Fight against Doping in Sport (CELAD), José Luis Terreros, will be the protagonist this Thursday of the Europa Press Sports Breakfasts, an event that will be held, starting at 9:00 a.m., at the Meeting Place Auditorium in Orense, 34 in Madrid.

The president of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), José Manuel Franco, will be the presenter of this new edition of the EP Sports Breakfasts, sponsored by DAZN, State Lotteries and Betting, Repsol and UnicajaBanco, and in which José Luis Terreros He will talk about the new anti-doping legislation in Spain, approved a year ago now.

This forum is the eighth and last of the fourteenth season of the 'Sports Breakfasts', after the president of the RFEF, Luis Rubiales, inaugurated it in July 2021 shortly after Spain was a semifinalist in the 2020 Euro Cup, and the president of the CPE, Miguel Carballeda, shared the success of the Paralympic athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Games.

Subsequently, the president of the RFEBM, Francisco Blázquez, spoke about the challenge of organizing the first women's World Cup in Spain, and at the end of May, the president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, presented the LaLiga Impulso project, warned of the threat of the 'State-clubs' like PSG and advised FC Barcelona to "fill the pantry" before facing signings like Robert Lewandowski.

In June, the women's national soccer coach, Jorge Vilda, and the internationals Alexia Putellas, twice awarded the Ballon d'Or, Patri Guijarro and Irene Paredes shared their expectations for the Euro Cup that was held in July in England.

At the end of that June, the Minister of Culture and Sports, Miquel Iceta, presented the president of the CSD, José Manuel Franco, who made a diagnosis of the health of Spanish sport after the pandemic crisis thanks to some "historic" subsidies that They want the athletes to surpass, or equal, in Paris 2024 the 22 medals from the Barcelona'92 Games.

And in July, the president of the International Triathlon Federation and member of the IOC, Marisol Casado, the president of the Spanish Rowing Federation, Asunción Loriente, and the president of FUTPRO, Amanda Gutiérrez, participated in the rostrum under the title 'Women leaders in sports management'.

In previous courses, Jorge Vilda himself and the internationals Amanda Sampedro, Mariona Caldentey and Silvia Meseguer talked about their participation before traveling to the World Cup in France. Subsequently, under the title of 'Motor, with 'M' for women', the pilots Ana Carrasco, the first woman world champion in Supersport 300; Sara García, world champion of casualties; Tatiana Calderón, the first woman to participate in Formula 2, and Marta García, the only Spanish driver in the WSeries.

The president of the CPE, Miguel Carballeda; Teresa Perales, the Spanish athlete with the most medals (27) in the Paralympic Games and the 2021 Princess of Asturias Award for Sports; the athlete Gerard Descarrega, Paralympic, world and European champion in 400 meters; and the cyclist Ricardo Ten, track and road world champion and bronze in Tokyo, offered an X-ray of Paralympic sport before the initial postponement of Tokyo 2020 due to the pandemic.

Under the title, 'Repsol, 50 years of support and triumphs in motor sport', Carlos Sainz, two-time world rally champion and three-time Dakar champion and 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Sports; Jorge Martínez 'Aspar', quadruple motorcycling world champion and named 'MotoGP Legend'; and Toni Bou, thirty-two times world trial champion, analyzed the causes that have made Spain a world power in motorcycling and motor racing.

The President of the Royal Spanish Winter Sports Federation (RFEDI), May Peus; the head of Women and Snow of the RFEDI, Paula Fernández-Ochoa, the rider Regino Hernández, bronze at the PyeongChang 2018 Games, and the Olympic skier Juan del Campo spoke about the legacy of Blanca Fernández-Ochoa.

And the general manager of the Movistar Team, Eusebio Unzué, former cyclists Pedro 'Perico' Delgado, Ángel Arroyo and Pablo Lastras and former road cycling world champion Alejandro Valverde reviewed the 40 years of success 'From Reynolds to Movistar'.

In previous campaigns, the main protagonists of national and international sports have paraded through the 'Sports Breakfasts', such as managers of clubs, sports organizations and entities, and athletes and former athletes from multiple disciplines.

Among them, the first president of the CSD, María José Rienda, her predecessors Jaime Lissavetzky, Albert Soler, José Ramón Lete and Miguel Cardenal, and the predecessors, Irene Lozano and José Manuel Franco; the presidents of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, of the RFEF, Luis Rubiales, of the AFE, David Aganzo, of the ACB, Antonio Martín, and of the FEB, Jorge Garbajosa.

Similarly, the President of the Board of Directors of Real Valladolid, Ronaldo Nazario; the one from Atlético de Madrid, Enrique Cerezo, and the now president of FC Barcelona, ​​Joan Laporta, and the former Real Madrid player Ramón Calderón, the former national soccer coach Vicente del Bosque and the former Liverpool and Real Madrid coach Rafa Benítez.

This agora of sport was occupied by presidents of national federations, the then president of the Sportsmen's Association (AD) Cayetano Martínez de Irujo, the Olympic champions Lydia Valentín and Carolina Marín; the pilots Marc Márquez, Dani Pedrosa, Jorge Lorenzo, Maverick Viñales, Álex Crivillé, and the '12 1' times world champion Ángel Nieto; Marc Coma and Stephane Peterhansel, 'Monsieur Dakar'; the swimmers Rafa Muñoz, Aschwin Wildeboer and Mireia Belmonte, the 'sincro' swimmers Ona Carbonell and Raquel Corral, and the golfer Miguel Ángel Jiménez.

The General Director of MAPFRE in the Volvo Ocean Race (VOR), Pedro Campos, the skipper of the Spanish challenge, Xabi Fernández, and the crew members Támara Echegoyen, the first Spanish in the history of the regatta, and Joan Vila, considered the best navigator in the world; and the world champion coaches José Vicente 'Pepu' Hernández, Paco Antequera and Javier Lozano, president of the National Futsal League (LNFS).

Not missing were cyclists Miguel Indurain, Tour pentachampion; Alberto Contador, double Giro y Tour winner and La Vuelta tri-champion; Joaquim 'Purito' Rodriguez; and the best athlete and the best Spanish basketball player of all time, Fermín Cacho and Amaya Valdemoro.

The former mayor of Madrid Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, and the former CEOs of the Madrid 2016 and Madrid 2020 Olympic bids, Mercedes Coghen and Víctor Sánchez, analyzed the options for the project for the Spanish capital to host the second Games in the country.

Representatives of international organizations were also at the 'breakfasts' such as the then vice president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Spanish Juan Antonio Samaranch Salisachs; former London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Legacy Ambassador Lord Sebastian Coe, current President of World Athletics, formerly the IAAF; the former Ambassador of the United Kingdom in Spain Giles Paxman; former Volvo Ocean Race (VOR) Managing Director Knut Frostad, and former ASO Deputy Managing Director Yann Le Moenner.

In addition, the Extraordinary Secretary of Security for Major Events of Brazil, Andrei Augusto Passos, the former Executive Director of the Euroleague, Jordi Bertomeu, the French Ambassador to Spain, Yves Saint-Geours, and the NBA Vice President for EMEA, Jesús Bueno They appear on the list of participants.

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