NENAD LALOVIC

  • Wrestling makes drastic changes to please IOC May 19, 2013

    Moscow: Wrestling has introduced drastic changes designed to keep the ancient sport in the Olympic programme, the newlyelected president of the world governing body (FILA) said on Saturday. More categories for women, eliminating draws and cutting down the number of competitors are just some of the initiatives being introduced as...
  • Wrestling fights for its Olympic survival April 19, 2013

    The scramble is on to get wrestling back at the Olympics and the International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles president Nenad Lalovic told CNNIBN that he is planning to shake things up to make the sport more attractive. ...
  • Wrestling pledges changes but running out of time March 7, 2013

    Berlin: Wrestling will implement a string of immediate changes as the sport seeks to win back its Olympic spot with time fast running out, acting international federation (FILA) president Nenad Lalovic said on Thursday. Lalovic, speaking after a meeting with International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge in Lausanne, said he...
  • Wrestling can change, says new federation chief February 18, 2013

    Berlin: Wrestling is ready to change and correct the mistakes that led to the sport's surprise 2020 Olympic exit last week, interim international federation (FILA) chief Nenad Lalovic said on Monday. Lalovic who was elected at the weekend after a vote of no confidence triggered the resignation of president Raphael...