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A book to celebrate 30 years of Herculis

A book to celebrate 30 years of Herculis

By Staff Writer - December 15, 2016

Photo: Direction de la Communication
Photo: Direction de la Communication

The Herculis Athletics Meeting is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary, a milestone marked by the publication of a souvenir book.

The volume records encounters, records, exploits and failures with all the greatest champions who have travelled to the Stade Louis-II track since 1985, the date of its inauguration.

Since then, the Herculis athletics meet has been crowned the best meeting of the world on five occasions (1998, 2008, 2011, 2014 and 2015).

The Monegasque Federation of Athletics, under the presidency of HSH Prince Albert II, Jean-Pierre Schoebel, the director of the meeting and Michel Fradet, a witness to all these moments, offers readers to join them on the track and relieve these special moments.

“Herculis, 30 years of athletics at Louis-II” (144 pages) Monegasque Athletics Federation

Stade Louis II, 7 Avenue des Castelans – 98000 MC For more information: office@fma.mc

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