From 11th to 12th September, 2014 the University of Rome Foro Italico hosted the 11th annual Conference and the General Assembly of the EAS network. The Conferece received the patronage of the Italian Presidency at the European Union, the Regione Lazio, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI), and the Foro Italico Foundation. (more…)
Between the 5th and the 7th of May the first workshop of the EU-funded Pro Safe Sport for Young Athletes (PSS) project was held in Budapest, the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences of Semmelweis University (TF). The project is led by the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport of the Council of Europe (EPAS), and EAS is one of the 14 project partners. (more…)
As of 1 January 2014, the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) of the Council Europe implements the EU funded initiative “Pro Safe Sport for Young Athletes (PSS)” with its 14 partners – including EAS – from all over Europe. PSS aims at furthering the physical and mental well-being of emerging athletes, as they pursue their sporting career. (more…)
From the 28th to the 29th of January the kick-off meeting of the Pro Safe Sport for Young Athletes (PSS) project was held in Vienna.
The European Commission awarded a grant to the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport of the Council of Europe (EPAS) to implement this project along with 14 organisations. (more…)
My name is Dom Parsons and I compete for Great Britain in the Sport of Skeleton. I first got involved with Skeleton after I started studying at the University of Bath, and after splitting the last couple of years of my undergraduate degree whilst competing on the international Skeleton circuit I am now studying for a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and vying for a spot on the British team for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi (Russia). (more…)