There's a new Olympic entry in the J|Sport exhibition at Juventus Museum with the arrival today of the London 2012 silver medal, won by the Italian water polo team.
The heirloom, which joins the gold medal won by the "Settebello" at the World Championships in Shanghai 2008, was delivered by Maurizio Felugo, Italian water polo legend and current president of Pro Recco.
Also in attendance with Felugo at Juventus Museum was legendary water polo coach, Ratko Rudic, who in addition to having managed the national teams of Yugoslavia, Croatia, USA and Brazil, is remembered for winning with Italy the "Grand Slam" of water polo: Olympic gold in 1992, World in 1994 and European in '93 and '95.
Rudic, who from next season will train Pro Recco, was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 2007 and described as "one of the best, if not the best, water polo coaches to walk the deck of the pool."
Following their visit of Juventus Museum, Felugo and Rudic were then both in attendance for an exciting evening at Allianz Stadium, watching the Bianconeri take on Bologna in Serie A.