Mujinga Kambundji, Kariem Hussein or Lea Sprunger: thanks to the CITIUS meeting, Bern is once again able to offer the finest in athletics with Swiss stars. The makers of the event are still as young as their enthusiasm is contagious. That’s why Geigele Communications also supported the media and PR work for the second event on 3 August. We are looking forward to coming back!
Today’s Sunday could also be a relaxed day – not at Geigele Communications. Today we are in Magglingen for Switzerland’s biggest disabled sports festival with 1400 athletes. Ironman winner Daniela Ryf will take part in the Ironman in Klagenfurt, triathlete Nicola Spirig will start on the second day of her comeback in Hamburg and Jolanda Neff will compete at the World Cup Cross Country in Andorra. There’s a lot going on! We wish our athletes all the best and keep our fingers crossed.
After 35 years of work on and with the language, Syntax Übersetzungen AG continues to expand its range of services. Therefore, there were two reasons for a big celebration. Janine Geigele congratulated the company on its jubilee and hosted the festive evening in front of numerous athletes and guests.
Photo: Valeriano Di Domenico
At this year’s Zurich Marathon the world elite of blind runners was also at the start: For example PluSport athlete Chantal Cavin (former world champion in swimming) and Henry Wanyoike from Kenya (former world record holder). A special media conference was held with the two of them. Janine Geigele was in charge of the media conference.
A world premiere: The Jungfrau-Marathon and the Aletsch half marathon will host the UNESCO World Heritage-Trophy for the first time in 2019. The five-time orienteering World Champion Judith Wyder is an ambassador. The kickoff was a success, Geigele Communications was also there.