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Sports
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European MOVE Week

Europes biggest sport and physical activity event will take place in September

Next month the 2014 edition of Europes biggest community sport and physical activity event will take place. It all kicks off on the global World Heart Day on 29 September and will continue throughout the week until 5 October. Leer ms

Sports kit

Two Spanish football teams release the most bizarre sport uniforms

Two Spanish sides have released three contenders for the most unusual - with designs inspired by tuxedos, octopus tentacles and a pint of beer.  Leer ms

Energy drinks

New study shows isotonic drinks do not improve sport performance

Isotonic beverages do not improve performanceaccording to a new scientific study. According to the researchers, the glucose-carbohydrate concentration found in the blood of the energy-drink-group was found to be highest during the 30-45 minute mark. However, contrary to common belief, half time and any energy drink taken during this period causes the glucose-carbohydrate concentration in the blood to drop by around 30 percent, in both the groups. Leer ms

High Level Meeting with stakeholders

Conference on the importance of Sport as a growth engine for EU economy

A High Level Meeting of stakeholders on the impact of sport and sport-related industries took place in Brussels. The meeting was aimed at taking stock of the progress made since the first meeting of the European Sport Industries on 21 January 2014. The meeting highlighted the role of sport as a powerful lever for innovation, industrial competitiveness and employment. Leer ms

Physicists test the World Cup soccer ballBrazuca, the best one

Physicists test the World Cup soccer ball

A pair of physicists with Japans University of Tsukuba has tested the aerodynamics of several types of soccer balls to determine which fly the most true when kicked. Sungchan Hong and Takeshi Asai report their findings in a paper theyve had published in Scientific Reports. Leer ms

Vassiliou unveils plans

The first European Week of Sport will take place in September 2015

The aim of the event is to promote exercise and sport at all levels. The latest Eurobarometer survey on sport and physical activity showed that almost 60% of European Union citizens never or seldom exercise or play sport.  Leer ms

Sport industry generates value and jobs across Europe5 reasons to focus in sports revenues

Sport industry generates value and jobs across Europe

Sport is not only a leisure activity and good for your personal health, but it has a big industrial impact. With its 294bn contribution to EU gross value added and 4.5 million people employed, the sector is considered a significant driver of growth. Leer ms

The European Ombudsman urges to open an infringement procedure against Spanish football clubsTax advantages amount for several billion Euros

The European Ombudsman urges to open an infringement procedure against Spanish football clubs

On Monday, 16 December 2013, the European Ombudsman Emily OReilly, told the European Commission to stop delaying a decision on whether to open infringement proceedings against Spain concerning alleged unfair tax advantages for certain Spanish football clubs.  Leer ms

Europe calls for a strategy on gender equality in sportsWomen and sports

Europe calls for a strategy on gender equality in sports

On 3-4 December, the European Commission will host a conference in Vilnius on Gender Equality in Sport. The event will gather representatives of European, international and national sport organisations, including the International Olympic Committee, national Olympic committees, the International Paralympic Committee, UEFA, senior advisors of national governments, and the European Institute for Gender Equality, which is based in the Lithuanian capital. Leer ms

Sports and media in the conclusions of the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport CouncilContribution of media and sport

Sports and media in the conclusions of the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council

On 26 November a second day of the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council took place in Brussels and was dedicated to cultural, audiovisual issues and sports. Leer ms

Dual careers for sportspeople top priority of the Sport ForumCombine sports training with education

Dual careers for sportspeople top priority of the Sport Forum

Dual careers for sportspeople, which aim to combine sports training with education, is one of the main themes addressed at the 2013 EU Sport Forum, which took place in Vilnius on 30 September.  Leer ms

Key dialogue platform on sport at EU levelEU Sport Forum

Key dialogue platform on sport at EU level

This years EU Sport Forum, the annual event organised by the European Commission as a key dialogue platform on sport at EU level, will take place on 30 September and 01 October in Vilnius, Lithuania Leer ms

Language learning & sports

The next "Languages meet Sport" edition will be focused on active ageing

"Languages meet Sport" is a project supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme that uses the communicative power of sport to promote linguistic diversity and multilingualism. Since 2009, three editions of the annual Festival have been organised and brought together over 100 European projects combining language learning and sport: two powerful tools for education, mutual understanding and intercultural dialogue.  Leer ms

L&S Festival

Languages meet sport

Languages meet Sport for Regional and Minority Languages and Cultures European project uses the passion for sport to motivate young and adult people to learn languages and meet other cultures. Leer ms

Physical Education and Sport at School in Europe

EU countries are currently planning physical education reform

Physical Education and Sport at School in Europe maps the state of play of physical education and sport activities at school in 30 European countries. The report covers primary and lower secondary education and provides an insight into the following topics: national strategies and large-scale initiatives where they exist, the status of physical education in national curricula and steering documents, recommended annual taught time, pupil assessment, teacher education, extracurricular activities a Leer ms

Anti-Doping Education Programme  encourages European   athletes to adopt a clean approach to sportsTampere from 11-14 July and Rieti from 18-21 July

Anti-Doping Education Programme encourages European athletes to adopt a clean approach to sports

The European Athletics Anti-Doping Education Programme will be organised on the sidelines of the upcoming Tampere 2013 European Athletics U23 Championships and Rieti 2013 European Athletics Junior Championships.  Leer ms

Fair games

Europe negotiates against match-fixing

The European Commission will participate for the first time as EU negotiator in the meeting of the Drafting Group established by the Council of Europe to discuss a convention against match-fixing. The meeting will take place in Strasbourg on 13-15 June 2013.  Leer ms

MOVE Week will promote the benefits of an active and regular physical activityHealth and sports

MOVE Week will promote the benefits of an active and regular physical activity

The 2013 edition of MOVE Week will take place from October 7 to 13. This annual Europe-wide event is an integral part of the NowWeMove (2012-2020) Campaign Leer ms

UEFAs Study Group Scheme

UEFA boosts coach education

Well-trained coaches will help produce good footballers and UEFAs coach education work is helping to set new standards with its innovative activities and care for the game. Leer ms

Sports research

Study on the effect of different exercise

Stiring University willl conduct a study which will monitor up to 100 people through a range of fitness programmes in a bid to discover the benefits and results of specific forms of exercise. Leer ms

Champions League

Messi inspires Barcelona

We all knew that it would be a tough match. None had the semifinal secured but Barcelona have Messi.  Leer ms

Study findings

Walking and running have the same benefits

When the 33,000 participants in the National Runners Health Study were compared to the 15,000 participants in the National Walkers Health Study, the runners appeared to have much better heart health than the walkers, but a new studt reveals that the benefits of walking and running can be similar.  Leer ms

UEFAs Coach Education seminarCoaching Convention

UEFAs Coach Education seminar

Specialist coach education is a key aspect of the UEFA technical sectors activities. The UEFA Jira Panel is drawing up specific education guidelines for fitness, goalkeeping and futsal, and UEFA is staging pilot seminars in all these areas this spring. Leer ms

European anti-crime agency

680 suspicious european football matches inquired by Europol

A major investigation involving Europol and police teams from 13 European countries has uncovered an extensive criminal network involved in widespread football match-fixing. A total of 425 match officials, club officials, players, and serious criminals, from more than 15 countries, are suspected of being involved in attempts to fix more than 380 professional football matches. Leer ms

European Partnership on Sports

EU awards grants to 20 new transnational sports projects

20 transnational projects have received an EU grant following the 2012 call for proposals in the framework of the Preparatory Action "European Partnership on Sports". Leer ms
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