Second #MyEusa competition winner awarded

Second #MyEusa competition winner awarded

The second monthly winner of this year’s #MyEusa Photo Competition has been decided, as we countdown to the final deadline before the announcement of this year’s grand prize.

The #MyEusa campaign was relaunched earlier in the summer, with participants from all 16 EUSA European Universities Championships – including athletes, officials, volunteers and spectators – encouraged to participate by taking a photograph at the event which illustrates what University sport means to them.

These photos are then published using official #MyEUSA mobile application (available for Android and iOS) or through the my.eusa.eu website, with this year’s campaign including great monthly prizes in addition to the overall grand prize: a GoPro Hero 7 Black camera!

myeusa prizes

The secondly monthly winner has been confirmed, with Claudia Sanches, a participant from the Polytechnic Institute of Porto in Portugal who came seventh in the Taekwondo Recognized Poomsae women’s tournamentat at this year’s European Universities Combat Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, the winner of last month’s prize! See her award-winning entry below:

myeusa winner

There is still time to get your entries in, with photos taken from any of the 16 European Universities Championships this summer permitted to be entered for the next monthly competition, which will also be considered for the overall grand prize. Entries close on October 31, so don’t delay!

Download the app or visit my.eusa.eu and follow the simple steps to stand a chance to win!

myeusa banner

In addition to the #MyEusa campaign, EUSA is also running the traditional EUSA European Universities Championship Logotype Award competition, where you are able to vote for your favourite logotype of the 2019 European Universities Championships programme.

Check out the logotypes below, and cast your vote on Facebook or directly through the app!

logotypes of EUC2019

All votes received by the set deadline (September 30, 2019) will be counted and taken into account for the prize draws.