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EPC General Assembly, Katowice, Poland

The European Paralympic Committee has a new President. Ratko Kovacic, the President of Croatian Paralympic Committee will head EPC for the following four years.

My main aim is to continue successful strategic plans of the former presidency-said Kovacic after beeing elected- especially as for work with young, new athletes. I will take new steps in markteing programme and fundings. My goal is to enlarge national paralympic committees and strenghten EPC.


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First-ever IBSA Blind Football camp and tournament for women kicked off in Vienna, Austria.

The event has brought together 75 people from 16 countries and 3 continents, with women making up around 80% of those taking part.

Participants from thirteen European countries- Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Turkey-have been joined by the japanese national women´s blind football team, players from Canada and coaches from Mexico.

 

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EPC President spoke at EUSA Conference 2017

The EUSA Conference 2017 entitled Fostering Inclusion and Well-Being through Sport, organised by the European University Sports Association, in cooperation with the Portuguese Academic Federation of University Sport was held on April 7th and 8th, 2017 in Coimbra, Portugal-the host of the European Universities Games 2018.

 

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Meeting with Para Sport Sweden

On the 17.3. 2017 a meeting with Parasport Sweden, the Austrian Paralympic Committee and the European Paralympic Committee took place at the EPC Headquarters in Vienna.

 

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