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Italy at inaugural SportAccord World Mind Games

Posted on 04 August 2011

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The WBF (World Bridge Federation)  has published the list of players partecipating in the first edition of SAWMG (SportAccord World Mind Games). Italy will be present with Dario Antonio Attanasio, Norberto Bocchi, Giorgio Duboin, Giuseppe Failla, Agustin Madala, Antonio Sementa. The inaugural SportAccord World Mind Games will take place in the Beijing International Convention Center, in Beijing, China, 8-16 December 2011.

The event is organized by IMSA and SportAccord according the agreement signed during the latest edition of the SportAccord International Convention held in London – UK (3/8 April 2011).

IMSA is the International Mind Sports Association. SportAccord is the umbrella organisation for all (Olympic and non-Olympic) international sports federations as well as organisers of multi-sports games and sport-related international associations.

Details about the competition format, schedule and prize money will be available on the SportAccord World Mind Games website:  (after the 15th of August)





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