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Students and high-level athletes come together at School Olympics in Brazil

 
Brazil's Alison Cerutti, London 2012 silver medalist in beach volleyball, will mentor young students at the School Olympics
Cuiabá, Brazil, November 27, 2012 - London beach volleyball silver medallist Alison Cerutti and Athens Olympic volleyball champion Anderson Rodrigues are two of 16 high profile Brazilian athletes partaking in the School Olympics, organised by the Brazilian Olympic Committee (BOC), featuring a cast of sports stars chosen as ambassadors for the event currently taking place in the city of Cuiabá, Brazil.
 
The School Olympics is the largest student sporting event in Brazil, bringing together thousands of student-athletes from public and private school across the country aged between 15 and 17 years in 13 sports: athletics, basketball, cycling, futsal, rhythmic gymnastics, handball, judo, swimming, taekwondo, table tennis, volleyball, beach volleyball and chess.

Alison, who is the 2011 world champion, and the now-retired Anderson, who won silver in Beijing, are joined by Arthur Zanetti (artistic gymnastics), Sarah Menezes (judo), Yane Marques (modern pentathlon), Adriana Araujo (boxing), Vanderlei Cordeiro (athletics), Erika Souza (basketball), Hannah Sátila (canoe slalom), Luciano Pagliarini (cycling), Angelica Kvieczynski (rhythmic gymnastics), Lucila Viana da Silva and Maik Ferreira dos Santos (handball), Tatiana Lemos (swimming), Diogo Silva (taekwondo) and Hugo Hoyama (table tennis).

The School Olympics ambassadors play a fundamental role in the planning of the event to convey their experiences to the next generation through lectures, demonstrations and cultural activities.



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