Thursday, December 1, 2022 at the Andando e Stando Bookstore in Alexandria the first of the ACdBook meetings. With the author a reflection on physical activity and passion for the values of sports so that it is truly a commitment to physical and psychological Health, including social.
Betta Carbone's Mal di Sport lays bare, through interviews, surveys, and firsthand accounts the negative fruits of a distorted view, ranging from the lack of professional recognition to those who work in sports, to doping, from the difficulty of getting kids to play sports, to the spread of stress injuries among amateurs, and more.
It makes people think about how to popularize and spread the habit of physical activity and passion for the values of sports so that it is truly a commitment to physical and psychological Health, including social health.
Betta Carbone, a journalist for nearly 30 years, has worked between radio and print media, and is now the signature of the women's Diva e donna.
Not only professionally but also in her private life, she admits that she is a "sports nut" which she tells in the media but also practices in her daily life. Always a little less and a little slower as the years go by, but the important thing is not to stop and share it with those you love. Like when on June 12, 2019, she finished swimming across the Strait of Messina with her eldest daughter and followed, in the boat, by her husband and younger daughter.
Mal di Sport is his fourth book after The Unsinkables. Stories of boys trained for life (2015) I, Valentina Vezzali (2012, written with the multiple fencing champion), The Hedgehog Mom (2012).