Grifonissima2021.jpgGRIFONISSIMA - 8 maggio 2022

Fonte: Umbriajournal.comFabio Conti e Silvia Tamburi vincono la Grifonissima 2022. Fabio Conti (pettorale numero 1) dell’Atletica Winner Foligno vince la Grifonissima 2022. Al suo arrivo il cronometro segnava 32 minuti e 25 secondi. Silvia Tamburi (pettorale 10) dell’Atletica Avis Perugia, invece, è la prima donna a vincere la 41esima edizione della manifestazione podistica.

Il percorso è stato sempre quello classico di 10,4 km tutto all’interno del centro storico di Perugia, particolarmente gradito ai podisti e certamente uno dei più fotogenici d’Italia! La manifestazione è stata riservata anche quest’anno alla sola sezione agonistica con la partecipazione esclusivamente di atleti tesserati e personale di servizio identificato e tracciato secondo il protocollo previsto dalla FIDAL e secondo le normative comunali, regionali e nazionali che saranno valide al momento. Gli iscritti erano 536.

Il servizio di comunicazione radio, è stato assicurato dai Radioamatori della Sezione ARI di Perugia, che con consumata e ormai pluriennale esperienza, hanno gestito i contatti dalle postazioni (fisse e mobili lungo il percorso di gara), con la sala radio accanto alla Direzione Gara, allestita presso lo Stadio di Santa Giuliana. 

Un plauso ed un grande grazie a tutti gli operatori di ARI PG che hanno prestato la loro opera per il servizio radio all'evento 'Grifonissima 2022':

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