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Welcome to the 1st Edition of the Roll of Honors. 13 curated Honors to celebrate our blood, sweat and tears. Finally, after a successful year for fitness in Malta it is time to honor all our achievements, with 10 individual based and 3 collective based fitness awards.

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THE JUDGES

  • Andy Grech is a PE teacher by profession, but his main interests and desire lies in sport management, policy and development. He is currently in his fourth year of doctoral studies. Being a national team athlete himself for a decade spanning (between 2005 and 2015), he took part in various prestigious events around Europe and medaled at two GSSE games... Now at the helm of Athletics Malta, for the past 2 years, is the youngest president of any athletic federation in Europe.
  • Charlene Attard OLY, Teacher by profession. Practiced athletics for 23 years with multiple national records and national titles. Represented Malta in the Olympics, World and European championships. Won 10 medals in GSSE. Currently reading for her Masters in Sport Administration and Management while juggling a full-time job and being the Director of Sport of the Maltese Olympic Committee.
  • Charles Camenzuli, with 48 years of experience in sport media, is Malta's leading multi-sport journalist. For the past 24 years producer of SPORT EXTRA on NetTV. President of AIPS Europe and vice-president of AIPS - the world association of sports media. Attended all major multi-sport events including 10 Olympic Games, 9 Mediterranean Games and 17 Games of Small States of Europe. Lecturer at the Olympic Academy in Greece and at the Institute of Physical Education and Sport at the Malta University.
  • Prof. Joseph N Grima, a Science (BSc) and Engineering (PhD) graduate, Full time Professor at the University of Malta within the Faculty of Science, President of Malta Paralympic Committee and, President and Rower with Siġġiewi Rowing Club. His academic work ranges from mechanical metamaterials to biomechanics and focuses on the strong relationship between geometry and function. Ranks within top 2% of Applied Physicists in the world Included and within the list of World Top-Scientists as published by Elsevier in August 2021. Medalled in various Malta National Regattas and National Indoor Rowing Championships.
  • Dr Michelle Vella Wood PhD, owner and founder of Freedom is a Bicycle, is a multiple national champion in cycling, triathlon and rowing and has a silver medal from the 2017 GCSSE. While still training, her current focus is scientific research, coaching little ones in triathlon and teaching people to ride a bicycle.

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