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Nezha Bidouane received the award for “social responsibility in sport” in Dubai 

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The Arab Union of Sports Culture (UACS) paid a special tribute on December 8 in Dubai to the former Olympic champion and President of Morocco’s Royal Federation for Sport for All, Nezha Bidouane. She was awarded the “Social Responsibility in Sport” Award.

The former double 400m hurdles world champion, Nezha Bidouane, received the “Social Responsibility in Sport” Award. A fine distinction issued by the Arab Union of Sports Culture (UACS) at the end of the 4th edition of the Forum of the sports culture of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), in ” recognition of her role and contributions to the promotion of sports practice and her values of solidarity, tolerance and coexistence “, but also for” her active contributions to the launching of social integration initiatives for people with special needs “.

Nezha Bidouane is still the president of the Moroccan Royal Federation of Sport for All, and a former outstanding athlete, crowned world champion in the 400m hurdles twice in Athens in 1997 and Edmonton (Canada) in 2001, silver medalist at the World Championships in Sevilla (Spain) in 1999, bronze at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000, in addition to the title of the World Cup won in Johannesburg (South Africa) in 1998.

(With MAP)