Marcos Evangelistade Morais (a.k.aCafu), a Brazilian football legend and member of the Lawrence World Sports Academy Committee, visited the Instituto Reação Judo School funded by the Lawrence Sports Charity Foundation and met with 11-year-old Ana Claudia. Every year, IWC organizes children’s drawing competitions in the global project of ‘Laureus Sport for Good Foundation’. The theme of this year is ‘pursuit of health’. The winner’s Ana’s painting becomes the Mark 18 Pilot’s Watch ‘Lawrence Sports Charity Fund’ The bottom of the special edition is engraved.
Brazilian football legend Cafu visited the Instituto Reação Judo School, funded by the Lawrence Sports Foundation, to meet with 11-year-old Ana Claudia.
Cafu is the only football player in history to play in four consecutive World Cups. He reached three World Cup finals. Among them, he won in 1994 and 2002 as the captain; he won the runner-up in 1998. At the Judo School in Instituto Reação, he congratulated Ana on winning the drawing competition: ‘This competition raises money for disadvantaged children around the world. I am very happy that Ana has won the competition. I am very honored to be an award presenter. Seeing children like Ana from all over the world can It is very wonderful to participate in the competition. It can be seen that the ‘Lawrence Sports Charity Foundation’ has been very successful in connecting with the community. At the same time, I would like to thank the foundation’s international partner Schaffhausen IWC for their support and active promotion for many years. ‘
Mark XVIII Pilot’s Watch ‘Lawrence Sports Charity Foundation’ Special Edition (Ref.IW324703) is the twelfth special edition watch released by IWC in support of the ‘Lawrence Sports Charity Foundation’.
InstitutoReação Judo School is one of the projects funded by the Lawrence Sports Foundation. Founded in 2003, this Brazilian group uses judo to convey the core values of respect, discipline and determination, and to improve the living environment of children and young people through education and sports. Christoph Grainger-Herr, Chief Executive Officer of IWC Schaffhausen, said: ‘On behalf of all IWC staff, I would like to congratulate Ana on winning the painting competition. For supporting meaningful projects such as the Instituto Reação Judo School, We are very happy. As a sports enthusiast, I am convinced that sports can continue to have a positive impact on the lives of young people. Ana’s work expresses the importance of sports in daily life and is extremely contagious. ‘
Mark XVIII Pilot’s Watch ‘Lawrence Sports Charity Foundation’ Special Edition Model IW324703, ceramic case, 41 mm diameter, 35111 self-winding movement, 42-hour power reserve, soft iron inner case protects the movement from magnetic field effects Impact, 60 meters water resistance, sapphire glass mirror, Ana’s painting engraved on the bottom, black calfskin strap, limited to 1500 pieces.
The twelfth ‘Lawrence’ special edition watch IWC has been a global partner of the ‘Lawrence Sports Charity Foundation’ since 2005. As part of the cooperation, IWC IWC launches a special edition watch every year, and Donate part of the proceeds to the foundation. Mark XVIII Pilot’s Watch ‘Lawrence Sports Charity Foundation’ Special Edition (Ref.IW324703) is the twelfth special edition watch that confirms IWC’s support for the foundation. The bottom of the watch is engraved with Ana’s paintings.
The back of Pilot’s WatchMarkXVIIIEdition “LaureusSport for GoodFoundation” is engraved with an 11-year-old AnaClaudia painting.