Apr 10

Olympic Delegation without Doping visited GTU

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The delegation, which was formed with the participation of Greece, Romania, Hungary and Italy, with the slogan of 'No Doping Olympics', aiming to raise awareness about not using doping, was visited by Gebze Technical University (GTU).

The delegation, which was formed with the participation of Greece, Romania, Hungary and Italy, with the slogan of 'Dopingless Olympics' and aiming to raise awareness about not using doping, was visited by Gebze Technical University (GTI). Gebze Youth Services and Sports District Manager Gökhan Yavaşer and Facility Amiri Fatih Aker were accompanied by the team of Hamit Yildirim, President of GTÜ Health, Culture and Sports Department. Members of the delegation, who received information from the SKS Department Head Yildirim, about the university's sporting events, explained the reasons for being in Turkey.

The delegation members, who stated that they are trying to raise awareness about the use of Sporda doping, expressed their thanks to GTI for their sensitivity and hospitality by stating that they are going out with the slogan 'Clean Play Cleaner ... Dopinge No'. The guests who expressed that they liked the university with the facilities offered by the physical environment expressed their satisfaction because they were at a university that met European standards. Members of the delegation left the university by taking a souvenir photo.

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