New issue of European journal of adapted physical activity EUJAPA 3(1) released and availeble online Print E-mail

browser_online Dear colleagues, I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to read new issue of European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity. At the new issue of EUJAPA you can find four very interesting articles starting with very original study focused on CP Petra Race Runner by O Donnel et al (Kinesiologic and metabolic responses of persons with cerebral palsy to sustained exercise on a Petra Race Runner).

Invitation to bid Ski instructors training camp in sit and ambulant skiing in Austria Print E-mail
obsvLiebe Sportfreunde/Dear Sport friends! Im Anhang findet ihr die Ausschreibung für den nächsten Koordinationskurs Behindertenskilauf vom 11.-14. November 2010 im Kaunertal! Über eine zahlreiche Teilnahme würde ich mich sehr freuen! Enclosed you will find the bid for the next ski instructor's training camp from november 11-14, 2010 in Kaunertal! I would be glad to welcome you in Kaunertal! Invitation (pdf)
APAID Newsletter 3 2010 Print E-mail

apaid_news_2010_1 From the 15th to 28th of April, APAID and partner ProSport educated 26 new coaches with and without disabilities in Mozambique and lauched activities for over 100 kids with disabilities from Maptuo district. From now on, weekly inclusive activities will take place in two different institutions.  On the 3rd of December, the International day for people with disabilities, the kids will showcase their skills in front of a big audience and the media at ProSport and APAID’s sports festival in Maputo.

EUDAPA, European University Diploma in Adapted Physical Activity Print E-mail

eudapa_1 In this diploma-program students of European universities have a possibility to learn adapted physical activity (apa) with the leadership of experienced and distinguished European teachers.  Practically all of EUFAPA board members are teaching and they also send their students, so we can really define EUDAPA as an EUFAPA effort as well.

Project Adapted at Nottingham Trent University Print E-mail

nottingham_trent Project Adapted is a research and development unit based at Nottingham Trent University's School of Education.  It aims to provide a focal point in higher education for research, course development and consultancy related to providing practical support for adapted physical activities and sports.

NAFAPA 2010 CONFERENCE (Riverside, California, USA; 4 – 6 November 2010) Print E-mail

international_flags Dear APA colleagues,
NAFAPA (North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity) has a web site for you to visit about the Fall 2010 Conference here in Southern California.  You should credit John Foley This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  and Hyun-Kyoung Oh This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . BTW, direct you suggestions about the web site to them. 

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