FITEQ celebrates Hungarian para sports day
FITEQ celebrated the Hungarian para sports day on Friday 21 February 2020 with the signing of a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Hungarian Paralympic Committee (HPC).The MoU is FITEQ’s first-ever cooperative agreement with a para sport organisation and follows the initiation of para sport activities at the start of 2020.
FITEQ President Gábor Borsányi and HPC President László Szabó signed the agreement in the Hungarian capital of Budapest. FITEQ and the HPC will work together to support the growth of para teqball and the Paralympic Movement in Hungary. The agreement will see the HPC share its expertise and network of contacts with FITEQ to help develop para teqball all over the world.
As part of the Hungarian para sports day, General Secretary Marius Vizer Jr presented FITEQ’s plans for para teqball to a high-powered audience. Amongst others in attendance were International Paralympic Committee (IPC) CEO Mike Peters, and many other prominent guests from Hungarian sport. In the morning of the day, a local high school in Budapest hosted a demonstration of para teqball.