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After years working with professional athletes, Dr Marc Saramito has joined IM2S.
Specialising in micro-nutrition in sport, he has forged his experience and used his skills with top athletes, French mountain bike teams, the French Olympic team at the Atlanta Olympic Games, the Subaru team at the World Rally Championship, and many world and Olympic champions.
Dr Saramito commented that the skilled team at IM2S change the world before it changes us, and said that he hopes that the seriousness and quality of his work will make him a worthy addition to the clinic’s excellent staff.
Dr Saramito will work on biological assessments to implement personalised nutritional advice and to prescribe “tailor-made nutritional supplements”.
The IM2S is a medical and surgical orthopaedic clinic in Monaco, bringing together specialists in all osteoarticular pathologies. It is particularly well-known for its expertise in sports medicine.
People across the globe, including sporting heroes and HSH Prince Albert II, have raised a white card in honour of International Day of Sport for Development of Peace this week.
Monaco’s Charles Leclerc has been crowned the winner of his first esports match after successfully bringing home first place in a virtual Australian Grand Prix.
The two Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) stars from Monaco have been unbeaten throughout the qualifying rounds and have landed themselves spots in the final stages of the eEuro 2020.
Monaco’s Charles Leclerc will compete in his first F1 Esports race this Sunday, joining an impressive driver line up for the second Virtual Grand Prix.
The 2017 470 Open European Championship kicks off for the two-person Olympic dinghy for men and women, according to the Monaco Yacht Club. Following Round Three of the Sailing World Cup in Hyères, teams have headed for the Principality. The provisional entry list features 90 teams representing 25 nations, and 14 of these teams competed at the Rio 2016 Olympics. The Yacht Club claims that this is an unprecedented gathering in the Principality. YCM General Secretary Bernard d’Alessandri commented: “After organising the first J/70 European Championship in October 2015, then the Monaco Europa Cup in December 2016, this regatta is a perfect illustration of the competitive sailing policy our President HSH Prince Albert II wants to see in action.” The Yacht Club de Monaco is fast establishing itself as an organiser of high level events thanks to its new facilities, designed by Lord Foster, to host regattas by organising an international meeting in collaboration with World Sailing at least once a year. The 2,000 members from 68 nationalities who are the lifeblood of the Club love it, as many are involved in the smooth running of these events in the “Flotte des Commissaires”. Sunday saw the warm-up race and the competition starts in earnest on Monday, May 8 at midday. Qualifying stages continue through Thursday, May 11, with more Qualifying and Final stages on Friday. The Medal Race will take place on Saturday, May 13, with a closing ceremony at 7 pm. (Source and image: Monaco Yacht Club.)