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What’s Up: Gearing up for EUG2021

In this month’s What’s Up Student Column, we are officially re-launching the next installment of the EUSA Insider Series, profiling athletes who are busy with their preparations for this summer’s European Universities Games in Belgrade, Serbia.

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Green Sports Hub Europe launched

Making the sport sector more sustainable and more green the main idea behind the Green Sports Hub Europe (GSHE) project, which officially launched on February 24 and 25, with an online kickoff meeting.

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Innovative basketball challenge held online

An innovative online basketball challenge between Israel’s Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya College and New York University Abu Dhabi took place last week, uniting the two universities in a friendly virtual encounter.

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iSPORT project is up and running

Partners of the Inclusion in Sport (iSPORT) project met virtually on Wednesday, February 24, as the two-year project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, officially got underway.

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Time running out to register for EUSA competitions

Time is running out to enter both the European Universities Cycling Championships and European Universities Games following the closure of the second general entry deadline call for both this summer’s competitions.

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Belgrade on track for EUG2021

Representatives from the EUSA Office travelled to Belgrade, Serbia for a two-day Supervision Commission Meeting with the organising committee of the 2021 European Universities Games, who have made great strides forward in preparation for this summer’s Games.

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Sports Students' Union of Ukraine holds successful GA

On Thursday, February 18, the Sports Students’ Union of Ukraine held their successful General Assembly at the National University of Physical Education and Sports of Ukraine.

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