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In Recognition

  L-R:  City councillor Rick Niro, Richard Evoy, Sherri Smith, Folgo Della Vedova.                      Picture courtesy of James Hopkin/SooToday
Athlete Folgo Della Vedova was one of three people inducted into the Sault Ste. Marie Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony at City Hall Thursday June 14th. Folgo is presently serving as First Vice-president for RTO-ERO District 3. We are proud, Folgo, to have you on our local team. Congratulations from your friends and colleages in District 3. Highlights of Folgo Della Vedova’s Javelin Career – Coaching, Athlete   •   Coaching: 1975 - 2018 Secondary School and University Javelin athletes •   1970 - 1974 OUAA Bronze, Silver, Gold Medalist, Record Holder •   1975-1999 Senior Men Provincial, National Bronze, Silver, Gold Medalist •   1985 - 1999 Masters Provincial, National, International Medalist, Record Holder •   1978-1991 Provincial & National Achievement Award for Distinguished  Performance in Amateur Athletics
Folgo Della Vedova inducted into the Sault Ste. Marie Sports Hall of Fame
© RTO / ERO District 3 Legal Notice       Human Rights Statement  

In Recognition

Folgo Della Vedova inducted into the Sault Ste. Marie Sports Hall of Fame
  L-R:  City councillor Rick Niro, Richard Evoy, Sherri Smith, Folgo Della Vedova.                      Picture courtesy of James Hopkin/SooToday
Athlete Folgo Della Vedova was one of three people inducted into the Sault Ste. Marie Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony at City Hall Thursday June 14th. Folgo is presently serving as First Vice-president for RTO- ERO District 3. We are proud, Folgo, to have you on our local team. Congratulations from your friends and colleages in District 3. Highlights of Folgo Della Vedova’s Javelin Career – Coaching, Athlete   •   Coaching: 1975 - 2018 Secondary School and University Javelin athletes •   1970 - 1974 OUAA Bronze, Silver, Gold Medalist, Record Holder •   1975-1999 Senior Men Provincial, National Bronze, Silver, Gold Medalist •   1985 - 1999 Masters Provincial, National, International Medalist, Record Holder •   1978-1991 Provincial & National Achievement Award for Distinguished  Performance in Amateur Athletics