There will be an Extraordinary Congress May 18 in Moscow to elect a new president and discuss a variety of issues concerning keeping the sport in the Olympic Games…
Lalovic replaced Raphael Martinetti who resigned from his position February 16 at the FILA Bureau meeting in Phuket, Thailand.
Lalovic will serve as acting President until the May meeting then will run for election as the organization’s president. The elected president will then serve out the remainder of the term until September, 2014, when the FILA Congress will elect a president for a six-year term.
At the May meeting in Moscow, FILA will discuss more involvement of athletes in the governing Bureau as well as other committees and positions within the organization. The rules of the sport will be reviewed and made to be more understandable to the fans and wrestlers. A new competitive uniform will also be studied.
“It’s time for us to utilize the passion and knowledge of our athletes, both men and women,” Lalovic said. “They will help us to be better.”
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