On 29 of July, the Organising Committee of the European Universities Games in 2024 Debrecen-Miskolc held a reception on which were invited the Heads of Delegations, NUSA officials, EUSA representatives and representatives from the Organizational Committee of this year’s edition of the Games.
While the end of the European Universities Games 2022 approaches, three competitions just started today: taekwondo, karate and sport climbing. Quarter finals took place for basketball and handball competitions, and the swimming and badminton competitions are still in full swing.
European University Sports Association (EUSA) and its Institute have been advocating for clean sport without doping and Fair play for several years already and remains committed to the cause. Apart from taking part in EADIN project some years ago, EUSA was a partner in Match Point project on anti-doping in Tennis. EUSA is also part of the Fair play movement, includes fair play award in multiple sport disciplines, and part of the European Universities Games and European Universities Championships also annually attributes the Enno Harms Fair Play Award.
Apart of the flattery title of European Universities Champions, winners in 3x3 Basketball and Football male and female competitions at the European Universities Games Lodz 2022 also qualified for the FISU University World Cups in these sports.
While the basketball and handball teams are still competing to earn their place on the podium, the schedule of the 12th competition day at the European Universities Games 2022 Lodz displayed finals and awards ceremonies in football, badminton, and swimming competitions.
Another combat sport has finished its journey on the European Universities Games 2022 in Lodz, Poland. The finals of judo took place today while the semi-finals for football and badminton were also going strong. Handball and basketball had their round 2 and 3 today.