By Joanna Dochevska, MOVE Week National Coordinator, Sofia MOVE Week – the European week of physical activity and sport – will be held in Sofia for the third time in 2014 and each year the interest in the campaign grows as the partners’ network expands. In 2014 the “Bulgarian sports development association”, the coordinator of […]
Many things have been said and written in the past six months about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Although there are still tensions in Europe’s largest country, the grassroots sports are still very much alive. The Vice President of the Romanian Federation of Sport for All, Mihai Androhovici, is responsible for the Ukrainian activities […]
The official MOVE Week event tally has now surpassed 500 and hundreds more events are expected to pop up on moveweek.eu over the next couple of weeks. Estonia has surged ahead with 74 event registrations, Italy has 52 and Bulgaria is up to 41, following the Czech Republic which is now up to 46. We know […]
Get ready for 20 September, when the Flash Mob for MOVE Week 2014 will take place. This guide below will answer a lot of questions and will help you through the process. So, let’s do this!
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MOVING is fun, and MOVING together is even more fun! Here’s all you need to get moving!
By Milan Hybner, Czech Sokol Organization, ISCA member and MOVE Week coordinating organisation For over 150 years, Czech Sokol Organization has had a tradition of promoting health and physical activity, civic society, folklore, culture and personal development. Central Sokol School, a small unit of the organization, has recently started activities in parkour, a new sport, also […]
The Danish Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior, Margrethe Vestager, resigned yesterday becuse she has been been appointed Denmark’s new EU Commissioner. As Minister it is custom to hand in your resignation to the Queen, and what did Mrs. Vestager do? She rode her bike to the Royal Castle, Amalienborg, instead of taking the […]
If you are sitting at the desk eight hours a day, you probably could use some exercise when the opportunity arises. It just so happens that working out in the toilet is both easy and fast. So instead of only working out your thumb reading news on your Smartphone, why don’t you spend that time […]
MOVE Week Iceland’s National Coordinator, Sabína Steinunn Halldórsdóttir, has secured a deal that will see MOVE Week 2014 promoted by Iceland’s biggest supermarket chain and juice brand. Netto supermarket and Coca-Cola-owned Tropi fruit juice have agreed to join forces and offer an “orange discount” on Tropi products in Netto stores around the country during MOVE […]