UncategorisedBahrain set for top conventions

September 11, 20190

?The Bahrain Olympic Academy of the Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) is putting the finishing touches on a pair of sports-related conventions that the kingdom will host over two days next week.
Crowne Plaza Hotel will embrace the Sport Convention on September 9 and 10, while focusing on two subjects – anti doping and road to professionalism in sport.
BOC’s Sports Medicine Centre will supervise the anti-doping seminar, to be presented by Dr Mohammed Al Dosari of Kuwait, and is part of the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Solidarity programmes.
The Road to Professionalism in Sport theme will be brought up in cooperation with Bahrain-based Winners Football Academy. It will be presented by academy managing director Fawaz Albinmohamed.
A second event – International Physical Literacy Convention (IPLC), is also scheduled to run simultaneously and will promote the slogan ‘Active Nation, Healthy Population’.
It features six themes, including Sport for Life – the Journey of excellence and health, the Four Pillars of Physical Literacy, and a panel session on Physical Literacy in Communities Around the World, to be presented on the first day.
The remaining three themes will be held on the second and last day and includes the following subjects – Physical Literacy as a Learning Construct, Improving the Quality Sport and Developing Physical Literacy, and Building Quality panel session.
These themes will be presented by a team of international instructors, namely Dr Dean Dudley of Australia, and Canada’s Richard Way and Tom Jones
A preparatory committee has finalized the arrangements to bring this first-of-its-kind event in Bahrain. The panel is being headed by BOC Sports Affairs Executive Director Abduljalil Asad and includes members Dr Khalid Al Shaikh, Mohammed Lori, Ahmed Al Omari, Mahmood Yateem, Ahmed Ali and Mahmood Bahran.
The convention is open for anyone interested in taking part. Applicants may send their registration requests toiplcbh2008@gmail.com and should be present at the venue before 8.30am on both days of the event.

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