Noël Tamini, Switzerland


In the early 1970s, Swiss-born Noël Tamini, nicknamed the poet of Salvan, founded the magazine Spiridon. For fifteen years, it would spread the new vision of long-distance running all over the world, going to the barricades to defend the major anti-reactionary causes: free practice for all, and for women in particular, emancipation from federated sports systems and the freedom to organize races outside of stadiums.

At Pelicam 2016 he will be presenting the film FREE TO RUN.