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RIETI DROPPED DUE TO QUAKE

THE 46th edition of the Rieti IAAF World Challenge meeting, which had been due to be staged on September 11, has been cancelled after the area was hit by the earthquake which devastated central Italy last week.

Hotels are filled with rescue personnel caring for those affected in the Rieti Province, which was one of the worst affected by the quake.

Organisers have pledged 60,000 euros in funds from the last three editions of the event to the reconstruction in Amatrice, where most of the more than 200 were killed, particularly for children’s spaces and sports facilities.

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