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Proving once again how important a role Monaco’s Automobile Club plays in the life of the Principality, ACM’s recently re-elected President, Michel Boeri, thanked the recipients of the Medal of Physical Education and Sports during a dinner on Wednesday, November 23.
The Prince Albert medals rewards the personalities involved in the development of sport in the Principality, and has been a tradition since 1939.
This year, 15 medals were associated with the ACM: Francois Ardisson, Christophe Bernabo, Frederic Cottalorda, Francois Donato, Mireille Ghiglione, Pr Yves Lambert, Marc Leroy-Remy, Eddy Marangoni, Dr Claude Miestelman, Guillaume Motillon, Richard Muller, and Thierry Tassone all received the Bronze Medal for Physical Education and Sport, while the Silver Medal was won by Gilles Boudias, Bernard Bracconi, and Antonio Rivello.
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