EMCA General Assembly: towards new Multisport challenges

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Bora and winds did not stop our members. No matter if by car, by plane or by bus: our Multisport representatives who reached Dubrovnik will all agree: these two days of meeting have been fruitful. And historical members could add that this has probably been the most full-of-contents meeting since EMCA creation in 2013.

Beside Sport MyWAY intermediate event, our Multisport representatives spent many time in picturing the future steps of the European Multisport Club Association, especially in terms future European Projects, both Erasmus+ and other programmes.

In particular, Federico Eichberg, Secretary General of the Association, confirmed himself as a very skilled moderator, contributing in stimulating the conversation among partners. In particular, the meeting was dedicated to a specific drafting of a calendar of EMCA next steps; then, the assembly became really interactive with a lot of interesting ideas coming out in a engaging brainstorming session.

Sport&Health, physical activity, sport for people with mental disabilities were just several of the hot topics touched by our members, that are now awaited to new fundamental challenges in terms of drafting and proposing. Cooperation in this phase will be very important, but the signals that were given by these two-day Dubrovnik event are being incredibly encouraging.

We are ready: and through cooperation and union, our Multisport team has demonstrated to be capable of incredible results.