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"Winning is important but not at any price": interview with Justine Henin
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Justine Henin addressed, on 9 July, an audience of a hundred 13 to 14 year old athletes from more than 60 countries. The Belgian tennis player is UNESCO Champion for Sport
Justine Henin, UNESCO Champion for Sport, addressed, on 9 July, an audience of a hundred 13 to 14 year old athletes from more than 60 countries. She spoke to them of ethics in sport and of doping. These young tennis players are participating in the Junior Open of the “Stade Français Paris- BNP Paribas Cup” (9 - 15 July), the international tournament organized for the fifth consecutive year by the tennis section of the Stade Français under the auspices of UNESCO.

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Author(s) UNESCO
Publication Date 16-07-2007
Source UNESCO



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