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HRT’s Message to all Croatian World Games Athletes

Croatia1More than 800 Croatian athletes from more than 35 nations around the globe will converge on the capital Zagreb next month when the the 3rd Croatian World Games begins…

Croats from all over the world, including those in Croatia, have been invited to take part in the Croatian World Games, which will be held from 21-26 July in Zagreb, and will include sports such as athletics, bowls, judo, karate, basketball, football, indoor soccer, volleyball, beach volleyball, swimming, rugby, handball, tennis, table tennis, taekwondo and waterpolo. Although it is not mandatory that athletes belong to an official sports or cultural organisation, they must be over 16 years of age and have Croatian ancestry.

Croatian Radiotelevision’s Voice of Croatia will be following the games, and have a message for all participating athletes.

Hello Dear Athlete!

We need a video of you!
Why?
We’ll be following the Croatian World Games on our website and are preparing a countdown to the event.
Part of the countdown is a video of YOU!
Present yourself in a few words.
Who are you? Where are you from? What is your discipline? Show us who you are!
Just a few words is all we need. All you need is your phone. No fancy technology required (You can watch a sample video here)

BUT PLEASE
Deliver your videos by June 16th, 2014!

AND KNOW THAT
If we don’t get back to you, it means the video didn’t reach us!

ALSO
Be sure to like us on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/GlasHrvatske
and follow us on Twitter!
https://twitter.com/GlasHrvatske

We hope to hear from you and see you on our screens soon!

Jelena Primorac
[email protected]
Glas Hrvatske
glashrvatske.hrt.hr

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