Judge without his team on a competition? How could this be possible?
AND AT THE END OF THE STORY. NO AWARDS FOR SWITZERLAND SAVATE UNIVERSITY TEAM. GOOD PROMOTION FOR SWITZERLAND SAVATE AND FOR HIS JUDGE. SAD.
SUSF-President Andreas Csonka, Head of Elite sport Fredi Schneider, all the decorated winners of Swiss Students Sports Awards, and donator Arthur Eugster
BERNE - The Swiss University Sports Federation (SHSV/FSSU) held its General Assembly at the House of Sports in Ittigen, Berne, the Headquarters of the Swiss Olympic Association. Based on a very generous donation by Arthur Eugster from St. Gallen, the "Swiss Students Sports Award" was given for the first time to successful students at the World University Championships in 2010. Switzerland participated at 11 WUC and won 5 Gold, 4 Silver and 4 Bronze medals in different sports such as Orienteering, Karate, Equestrian, Rowing, Taekwondo and Shooting. The main award was presented to Matthias Merz from the ETH Zurich, double gold medal winner at the WUC Orienteering in Sweden. Sara Lüscher, Ines Brodmann, Caroline Cejka and Severin Howald (Orienteering), Eliane Waser (Rowing), Corina Sorg (Equestrian), Nina Kläy and Manuela Bezzola (Taekwondo), Patrick Zihlmann, Jean-Claude Zihlmann and Lars Färber (Shooting) and Aurélie Magnin (Karate) were also honored by Arthur Eugster and the Swiss University Sports Foundation. The Swiss Students Sports Award will be given to the best athletes from the Winter Universiade in Erzurum and the Summer Universiade in Shenzhen later this year in another ceremony.
13 of the 16 University Sport Organizations of Switzerland, the statuary members of SHSV/FSSU, representing more than 140,000 students, participated at the General Assembly in Ittigen. They approved not only the annual report of the SUSF-President Andreas Csonka, but also the financial report of Treasurer Olaf Frost who retired from his position. He was replaced by Stefan Schneider, University of St. Gallen. A main topic of the agenda was the international sport events of 2010, including the successfully hosted WUC Chess in Zurich and the participation at 11 WUC and 8 EUC. The results were considered as very successful. This was also the case for the 2011 Winter Universiade in Erzurum, Turkey. The Head of Delegation, Erich Hanselmann, presented a colorful and interesting report. After being HoD in Harbin and Erzurum, he retired from his position and received also an honor from the SUSF like the Chairman and Vice-President of the OC of the WUC Chess, Bernhard Burkhardt and Walter König. Finally the delegates accepted to participate at both 2013 Universiades in Maribor, Slovenia (W) and Kazan, Russia (S).
(Source: Leonz Eder)