David Lanesman wurde zum CISS-Vizepräsident gewählt

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David Lanesman aus Kfar Sava/Israel wurde am 4. Januar zum CISS-Vizepräsident gewählt. Er bekam 62 Stimmen und setzte sich gegen Valery Ruhledev (39 Stimmen) und gegen Jessica Rhode (15 Stimmen) durch. Der IGJAD-Vorstand beglückwunscht David Lanesman zum erfolgreichen Wahl und wünscht ihm eine erfolgreiche Arbeit als Vizepräsident.

Lebenslauf von David Lanesman (engl.):

Born deaf to hearing family in Pretoria, South Africa in 1955.

From age of 3 lived in the hostel for the Jewish Deaf and was educated at the deaf School in Johannesburg till matric. At school I was active in sports: in athletics ( broke school record in high jump ), football and cricket. After school played rugby for Pretoria deaf Rugby Club and was selected to Northern Transvaal (province) deaf team.

In 1978 was asked to become a treasurer of the South Africa Deaf Sports Federation. At the same time secretary of Pretoria Deaf Athletics Club.

In 1980 immigrated to Israel and played volleyball for Tel Aviv Deaf Club as well as rugby for Tel Aviv University.

In 1986 was asked by Jacob Ehrenfeld to be his secretary of IDSO.

Below the important events done:

· 1986 Activist of breakaway of the sports organisation from the National Deaf Association:

· 1989 Personal innovation of the European Deaf Basketball Championships in Israel.

· 1992 Organisation secretary of the European Deaf Basketball Championships in Tel Aviv.

· 1993 Team Manager -the largest Deaflympics contigent to Bulgaria.

· 1995 Organising committee president - European Deaf Table Tennis Championships in Israel.

· 1998 Elected to position of the President of IDSO.

· 2005 Elected to position of the Vice-President of CISS

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