Leveraging the Olympic Games for building sport organisations’ capacity is an end of project conference. The project has been funded by the International Olympic Committee Olympic Studies Centre in the framework of the Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme. The conference is organized by Brunel University, London, and Russian International Olympic University. It will take place in the Cavendish Room, Hamilton Centre, Brunel University, London.
08.30-09.30 — Arrival and registration
09.30-09.40 — Welcome address, Prof. Julia Buckingham, Vice Chancellor, Brunel University
09.40-10.20 — Sir Craig Reedie, Vice-President, International Olympic Committee
Agenda 2020, the Olympic Games and National Sport Organizations
10.20-11.00 — Vassil Girginov (Brunel University) & Nikolay Peshin (Russian International Olympic University)
UK and Russian National Governing Bodies of Sport leveraging of the London and Sochi Olympic and Paralympic Games for organisational capacity building
11.00-11.20 — Coffee break
11.20-12.00 — Irina Gladkikh, Sports Department, International Olympic Committee
IOC, Games Organising Committees and National Governing Bodies before, during and after the Games
12.00-12.40 — Sergey Evseev, Head of Science & Education Department, Russian Ministry of Sport
Russian Paralympic Governing Bodies leveraging of the 2014 Sochi Games
12.40-1.40 — Lunch break – networking
1.40-2.20 — Simon Shibli, Director, Sports Industry Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam
Studying the impact of mega events: lessons for National Governing Bodies
2.20-3.00 — Stewart Kellett – Director of Recreation & Partnership, British Cycling
Inspiration to Participation: Leveraging the London Olympics to grow cycling
3.00-3.20 — Coffee break
3.20-4.00 — Tim Hollingsworth, CEO British Paralympic Association
British Paralympic Association leveraging of the London Games
4.00-4.45 — Round table with C Reedie, I Gladkikh, S Kellett, S Shibli, S Evseev & T Hollingsworth
Making the most of the Olympic Games for strengthening the work of NGB
4.45-4.50 — Concluding remarks – Closing down the conference
Participation in the conference is free but places are limited. To register please email email@example.com and provide your name, position and institution. Places are allocated on a first come first serve basis.
Travel directions are available at http://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/campus/directions
Parking may be booked via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide make and registration of car and mention that you will be attending the conference.
There’s a neat flyer for the conference at the end of this link!