Despite restrictions across the globe still in place due to the COVID-9 pandemic, organisations continue their inspiring work despite the tough times, exemplified in this month’s What’s Up Student Column. While all eyes in the sports world should have been on the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo right now, the current global pandemic resulted in a major change of plans for athletes, organisers and fans. Nevertheless, the sport family is still active.
The partners consortium of the Skills for You(th) through Sport (SK4YS) project proudly announces the completion and availability of a dedicated handbook on skills development in and through sport, aimed to raise awareness about the sport-based interventions and to provide practical advice for planning such initiatives.
Final preparations are in full swing for this year’s 2020 FISU World Forum, which will take on a somewhat different format this year.
EUSA representatives took part in a European Paralympic Committee webinar earlier this month, engaging in various topics on how to improve conditions for greater involvement of young people with disabilities in sport.
An enthralling and riveting inaugural 2020 FISU eSports Challenge has come to an end, as the overall victors in both the men’s and women’s tournaments were crowned on Thursday, July 16.