Workshop on Sports Management by Paolo Venturini at Asian Business School

Noida: “One man practicing sportsmanship is far better than 50 preaching it. The five S’s of sports training are: stamina, speed, strength, skill, and spirit; but the greatest of these is spirit. An athlete cannot run with money in his pockets. He must run with hope in his heart and dreams in his head,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Asian Business School while introducing the renowned sports person from Italy Paolo Venturini at Asian Business School for a workshop on Sports Management.

“The hardest skill to acquire in this sport is the one where you compete all out, give it all you have, and you are still getting beat no matter what you do. When you have the killer instinct to fight through that, it is very special,” express Paolo Venturini sharing his vast experience in running around the World.

Paolo Venturini was born in Padua on March 13th of 1968. Since he was a child, he had always been fond of sports, especially football and athletics. It is running, though, that brings him participating in his first competition at the tender age of 7. He takes part in his first marathon at the age of 23 and in ultra-marathon in 2004, running all middle distances. Nowadays Paolo lives nearby the Colli Euganei regional park, a stunning open-air gym where he trains every day.

Paolo develops a particular interest for the world of Mountain Bike, which is a relevant part of his athletic career. All his bike adventures have been carried out alone, without technical assistance, representing this way world premieres. Paolo’s career stands out for the extraordinary character of his challenges that, in addition to being off the charts, contribute to sport medicine research, in both the fields of running and cycling.

Later Sandeep Marwah Presented Paolo Venturini with life membership of International Business and Management Research Centre. The event was supported by Indo Italy Film and Cultural Forum & International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry.

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