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18. 02. 2020

Hanno Pevkur announces candidature for President of CEV

Source: www.hanno-pevkur.org

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Today Hanno Pevkur, announced his intent to run for President of the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV).

With years of experience as a player, coach and President of his National Federation in Estonia as well as having served as CEV Vice-President and International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Board Member, Pevkur will now focus his efforts on the future of European volleyball:

“I am so pleased to announce that I will be running for CEV President. I am putting my name forward because I believe that European volleyball has so much untapped potential, and while we have been making some steps forward these last years, we are losing ground to other sports and this cannot continue. I believe that we can do more and that we can do better. Now is the time for European volleyball to create a new future, one with new ambitions and new standards. The future is now!”

Hanno Pevkur, who served in the Estonian Government as Minister of Social Affairs 2009-12, Minister of Justice 2012-14 and Minister of the Interior 2014-16 is looking to renew the management of CEV:

“Times are changing and CEV needs to modernise and adapt to the increased demand for clarity from all sides, as well as take advantage of new opportunities coming our way. Only then will the CEV become an attractive partner for governments, sponsors, fans and the media; only then can we grow the commercial strength and popularity of our sport across Europe”.

 

 

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