[Dec 9] Adrian
Stoica, the new RGF President; Amanar-vicepresident
Adrian Stoica has become the new RGF President,
with 35 votes (Marius
Urzica got 13 votes). The new vice-presidents are former
Amanar (37 votes) and coach Dan Grecu (37 votes). Urzica
lost this position, too, (he apllied for more positions and
he lost all of them) with 22 votes only.Former RGF President
will become "Honorary President", along Nadia Comaneci
which was already named in that position earlier.
Amanar was involved (see our previous story:Top
Romanian gymnastics champions will meet their fans) in
some previous ROC programs which promote gymnastics, opposed
Urzica which wanted to jump directly in the President
chair with no previous experience or activity; his main argument
was being a member of RGF Executive Committee (in this position
he isn't known for any initiative favoring gymnasts); his
main club Dinamo is one of the many clubs which proposed Stoica
as the new President.
This can be a useful lesson for Romanian gymnasts: if you
want to play a role in the future of Romanian gymnastics (no
mater where you live or work), then get involved! If you stay
apart and then one day dream about...jumping to a key position,
then... keep dreaming, this isn't gonna happen.
Urzica could have a much more honorable retreat from gymnastics,
than being defeat both at Worlds and then back home.The time
he devoted to this subject (like some TV shows) could be used
better for his training for Worlds.
President: Adrian Stoica
Vicepresidents: Simona Amanar, Dan Grecu
Honorary Vicepresidents: Nadia Comaneci, Nicolae Vieru,
General Secretary: Mircea Apolzan
Executive Comitee: Marius Urzica, Marcel Benea, Olga
Didilescu, Nicolae Forminte, Marcela Fumea, Elena Buhaev and
Appeal Comission: Gina Gogean, member
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