Wed 28 June 2017 | 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
WorkShop - Moshe Maor 3, Tel Aviv, FREE (RSVP needed)

This event is part of the Israel Maccabiah Games 2017

We have not had such a thing!

5 Olympic athletes come to share their experience of failure, what happened, how, whether they came out of it and especially what they learned from it.

The event is being held in conjunction with Maccabiah – Maccabi World Union .

Our winning speakers:

Noam Gershoni – Israeli Paralympic athlete, is the champion of Paralympic (London 2012) and was ranked second in the world of handicapped tennis with the highest degree of disability

Shahar Tzuberi – Israeli windsurfer on a Neil Freed surfboard. Israeli champion, winner of the bronze medals at the 2008 World Championships and the 2008 Beijing Olympics, European Champion in 2009 and 2010, and winner of a gold medal in the Netherlands World Cup 2012.

Moran Samuel – Paralympic, world champion (2015) and bronze medalist Paralympic Rio de Janeiro 2016) in rowing. Former Israeli basketball player.

Ron Darmon – Israeli Triathlete . Represented Israel at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics (2016) and is the first Israeli athlete to achieve an Olympic criterion in this industry.

Anastasia Glushkov-Leventhal – Israeli artistic swimmer in the past. She competed in both non-Olympic (and non-Olympic) competitions with Ina Yoffe, Esther Levy and Yevgenia Teitelbaum. She was the first Israeli athlete to compete in four Olympics (Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012, and Rio de Janeiro 2016).

FuckUp Nights Tel-Aviv was founded in 2012 in Mexico. The idea of ​​its founders was to talk about what until recently was taboo in the field of entrepreneurship, failures. Once a month, 3-4 speakers (entrepreneurs, business people, journalists, politicians, etc.) will tell you about their failure – how they failed, what they learned from it and how they succeeded despite everything. Every month new entrepreneurs, new failures.

In order to do this every lecturer presents his story for 7 minutes using 10 pictures or less and then time course for mingling and networking. Since 2012, the organization has become global and currently active in more than 200 cities worldwide, among them Silicon Valley, Sydney, Hong Kong, Istanbul and even Beirut.

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