(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 23 – After just under 40 years in the Guardia di Finanza, almost entirely spent in sport, General Vincenzo Parrinello retires on Thursday 30 June, when he will leave active service. “It was an extraordinary and very satisfying journey – says Parrinello, commander of the Fiamme Gialle Sports Group, in a sort of ‘open letter’ of greeting – and at this moment I feel the duty to express my deep and sincere gratitude for what, from various parts, received “. “First of all, my thanks goes to the Guardia di Finanza, who gave me the opportunity to gain this experience and to enrich my professional background over the years, combining my work with one of my greatest passions, sport – he says. Parrinello, from Catania, born in 1958, former vice president of FIDAL – I am and will always be aware and deeply grateful of this privilege. Secondly, my thanks go to the athletes, not only for the many and unrepeatable emotions they gave me in all this. time, but also for what they taught me. In fact, it is from some of them that I learned the value of tenacity, of holding on and knowing how to get back up over really terrible moments “. (HANDLE).
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