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IPC announces new snow sports manager
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced Dimitrije Lazarovski as its new Snow Sports Manager, responsible for overseeing Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon.
Based at the IPC headquarters in Bonn, Germany, Lazarovski's duties will include managing and maintaining the rules and competitions for his respective sports, providing services and support to the relevant IPC Sport Technical Committees and overseeing the implementation process of a corporate plan and budget for his three sports.
Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon are all a part of the Paralympic Games program and will be featured at the Sochi 2014 Games.
Prior to joining the IPC, Lazarovski acted as Secretary General for the Ski Federation of Serbia for six years and was the leader of a youth development ski program there. He was a member of the FIS Sucb-Committee for Alpine Youth and Children's Questions and participated at numerous FIS events including Championships, Congresses, Technical Committee Meetings as well as many Aid & Promotion seminars and courses.
"The possibility of being in the field and allowing competitors to achieve their highest goals push me further in my daily work," Lazarovski said.
Lazarovski is fluent in English and Serbian and well on his way to becoming fluent in German. He recently received his master's degree in risk management from the University of Belgrade.
Everyone at FIS wishes Dimitrije great success in his new position.
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