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    Call for Papers | The 6th International Congress of Exercise and Sport Sciences | Online Coference by The Academic College at Wingate, June 9–10, 2021. Call ends January 15,...

    The goal of the Congress is to bring together leading professionals and researchers in the field of exercise and sport sciences, in order to stimulate discussion on the latest innovations in these areas. The Congress will focus on a wide range of themes related to exercise and the sport sciences, including physical activity among children, adolescents and the elderly, competitive sport and coaching, sport management, sport nutrition, sport tourism, physical education, among others.

    Kurs på Linné­universitetet: Talangutveckling ur ett coachperspektiv, 7,5 hp

    Kursen Talangutveckling ur ett coachperspektiv riktar sig till olika målgrupper. Den vänder sig till dig som arbetar inom idrottsfältet med såväl ungdoms- som seniorverksamhet. Men kursen kan även vara ett steg för dig som vill fortsätta dina studier på en avancerad nivå – antingen för en mera generell fördjupning och en fortsättning mot forskarstudier eller för att rikta studierna mot en tydligare framtida yrkesroll.

    Call for Papers | Children and youth sport in transition? Conference and workshops | Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo, April 16–17, 2020. Call ends March 3, 2020

    We welcome presentation on participation numbers in different groups, perceptions and values of children and youth sport and debated aspects of children’s sport. In addition, children’s rights in sport and different aspects of talent identification can be discussed and problematized. Additionally, the conference welcomes presentations contextualizing participation in sport against a background of leisure, migration and a changing society.

    Sport Scholar Profile | Magnus Kilger, Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences (GIH)

    Magnus Kilger is a senior lecturer in Sport Science at GIH in Stockholm. His PhD project investigated the selection process in talent selection camps for the youth national teams in Sweden. Presently, his primary research interest is in talent management and youth identity in sporting contexts. Magnus has been coaching football and floorball on different levels for many years.
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