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  • Operational Challenges and possible solutions of the Hungarian athletic clubs in the XXI century

    Monday 20 December 2010

    Responding to Patrick’s request about partner organisations for the community, I can add that I did a research about the Hungarian athletic clubs in 2009. It was in the “larder”, but now I can share it with you through this site. I think it’s still interesting.

    The presentation is called "Operational Challenges and Possible Solutions of the Hungarian Athletic Cubs in the XXI century" and was the base of my final thesis.

    You can find it on the following link: http://prezi.com/0tx6gdssjpb9/operational-challenges-and-possible-solutions-of-the-hungarian-athletic-clubs-in-the-xxi-century/.

    As I know there are similar problems in other countries in Europe. I ...

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  • Countdown

    Friday 17 December 2010

    We had a very interesting meeting last Tuesday in the European Athletics Head Office to prepare the launch operation. We were joined by two new members of the community who are both French but currently living in Switzerland – Sandra Xerri and Olivier Piron. Both are really keen to help us and contributed lots of good ideas to the discussion.

    The first thing we decided is that the launch activities will start on 10 January 2011. That is when the new features of website, including the volunteer hour registration tool, will be put online for the world to see.

    We have ...

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  • From Albufeira to Velenje to Budapest

    Wednesday 15 December 2010

    Last weekend, in Albufeira, Portugal, the 17th European Cross Country Championships took place. And I had an opportunity to go there and see a really great event. What a wonderful experience, especially for an athletics fan like myself (and, I can imagine, like all the members of our community).

    However, I went to Portugal mainly for an educational purpose and I had a lot of work there. The reason was that Velenje, Slovenia, the city where I live, will be the host of 18th European Cross Country Championships next year.

    I have been given a great opportunity, and a big ...

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