Sport MyWAY is going on with our activities, both at Clubs’ level (click here to read about Olympiacos Multisport Instructors’ debut) and at central level
Sport MyWAY Multisport Coaches for Young Athletes
Today, 7th April, the white-skyblue coaches are carrying on their formation, started in Belgrade few months ago.
Yesterday, Multisport Days started in Greece: Olympiacos SFP organized their activities in the 17th Primary School of Piraeus. Our path towards the creation of Multisport Instructros for children aged 6-11 is going on!
The Project brochures, strategically placed in front of “Alcide de Gasperi” room in Charlemagne Building achieved a resounding success among participants, including the European Commissioner Tibor Navracsics
From 31st October to 8th January: our 70 multisport stories taught us a great lesson: thanks to sport, everyone can find their own way, both as sportsman/sportswoman and as people
For this fifth EMCA birthday, we conclude our #70SportWays with a special story, the story of the basketball player of S.S. Lazio Abdul Jeelani
#70SportWays (69): Zlatko Šimenc, a true example of multisport: Water Polo and Handball national team player, doctor of kinesiology
There are few people in the world who can say that they played for two different national teams, but one such person has from his first sport steps been a member of HAŠK Mladost. This person is Zlatko Šimenc – one of the few athletes who could choose which sport he would like to play – water polo or handball. In the end he did not choose but became great in both.
Nineteen Grand Slam singles titles, 302 weeks at World No.1 and an incredible comeback to win an 8th Wimbledon title at the age of nearly 36. This is Roger Federer.
Arguably boxing’s most celebrated athlete, also known for his public stance against the Vietnam War and his longtime battle with Parkinson’s disease: this is Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Clay): a boxer, philanthropist and social activist who is universally regarded as one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century
This story is a perfect example of the fundamental values of sport: fair competition, above all, and the ability to distinguish proper sporting rivalry from enmity: we are talking about Jess Owens and Luz Long