Winner of the Croatian Olympic Committee's "Fair Play" award for 2010 is the sailing club 'LABUD' from Split, consisting of: Nikola Bralić and Dominik Perković - athletes, and Tonči Antunović and Vedran Mandić - coaches.
This year's, the 66th Vis regatta, held on October 17, 2010, will be remembered by human and selfless act committed by the members of the sailing club 'Labud' from Split. Namely, the mentioned team used – as members of the regatta committee - inflatable boats to save the crew of the skipper Saša Keković's Montenegrin sailing boat Black Mystery from stranding on a reef and the possible consequences.
Because of stormy winds, high waves and bad weather which were significantly hindering the competition, at only 200 m from finish, the 'stern backstay' of the sailing boat Black Mystery broke and the boat, along with its crew, ended up only half a meter from the rocks under Sustipan and in serious danger. In an extremely dramatic situation, the members and coaches of the sailing club Labud from Split – Tonči, Vedran, Nikola and Dominik – reacted selflessly and immediately. They took the inflatable boats and set off into battle with the storm to help the Montenegrin crew. Ignoring the circumstances, courageously and without hesitation, using their best sailing skills and tremendous effort, they managed to prevent injury to the crew of the boat Black Mystery. Selfless sacrifice for their sports colleagues brought to Nikola, Dominik, Tonči and Vedran not only the joy of the happy outcome, but also the biggest Croatian Olympic Committee's award for fair play in sports for 2010.