Monday, 19 February 2018

Birthday Run in Gdynia

Last weekend in Gdynia took place the Birthday Run. In total, the event gathered over 3,000 runners in different ages.
There was also a rivalry among the youngest athletes. Run racing for youth took place in four categories. The youngest ones even had just few months. Also young competitors of Nordic walking competed  in three age categories.
It was a great opportunity to spent time with friend and familly actively and outside on the fresh air. 







During the run were organized contest "Cheering Champion" for schools. Fans were located in four zones on the main street in the city. Children from schools showed their ingenuity and great commitment in encouraging older fellow runners.
The winning school, in addition to the honorable title, will receive a commemorative cup and a prize for buying sports equipment. The results of the contest will be annouced in first week of March. 








 

Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Winter Olympics 2018 in PyeongChang

From 9 to 25 February 2018 in Pyeongchang County, South Korea will organize  the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. 

The elected host city was announced on 6 July 2011 by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) after the 123rd IOC Session in Durban, South Africa. Pyeongchang won its bid on the first round of voting, receiving more votes than both Munich, Germany and Annecy, France combined.

These will be South Korea's second Olympic Games and its first Winter Games; Seoul hosted the Summer Games in 1988.

PyeongChang 2018's vision for the 2018 Games is to offer the Olympic Movement and the world of winter sports New Horizons - a legacy of new growth and new potential never seen before. Its Winter Games plan is one of the most compact in Olympic history, it offers a unique stage on which the world’s best athletes can achieve superior performances. With PyeongChang’s strategic position in Asia, and its access to a young and fast growing youth market, the 2018 Olympic Winter Games will no doubt expose new generations of potential athletes to the power of winter sport.


PyeongChang 2018 Emblem


The emblem symbolises a world open to everyone. It combines the image of ice and snow, winter sports stars (athletes), and people from all over the world, coming together in PyeongChang where heaven meets earth.



PyeongChang 2018 Mascot

Soohorang, the mascot of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, took its motif from the white tiger. 
The white tiger has been long considered Korea’s guardian animal.
“Sooho”, meaning protection in Korean, symbolises the protection offered to the athletes, spectators and other participants of the 2018 Games. “Rang” comes from the middle letter of “Ho-rang-i”, the Korean word for “tiger,” and is also the last letter of “Jeong-seon A-ri-rang”, a cherished traditional folk song of Gangwon Province, where the Games will be held.
Soohorang not only has a challenging spirit and passion, but is also a trustworthy friend who protects the athletes, spectators and all the participants of the Olympic Games.

More info you can find on officiel webiste: 

Thursday, 1 February 2018

Active winter holidays

The Gdynia Sports Center invites children and youths to the next edition of "Active winter holidays", a free two-week cycle of sports activities at the Athletic Hall.

During sports holidays with the Gdynia Sports Center, you can try your hand at football, basketball, table tennis, floorball and table football. In addition, there will be zumba and dance classes for children. There will also be a special corner for the youngests.

Activities will be run by qualified instructors and physical education teachers, and the only requirement for participation in classes is having appropriate sports tracksiut and  shoes.














 

Monday, 29 January 2018

Healthy balls:)

Ingredients:
2 glasses of cashew nut

½ glass of coconut flakes

1 glass of dried dates

1 lime

pinch of salt

Preparation (about 5 minutes):

Mix all the ingredients into a homogeneous mass. Form balls of nut size from the mass.


Enjoy!



Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Evaluation Report of the Move up project

The "Move up to be healthy and happy" project, after two years of implementation, has come to an end. The implementation of international activities was launched in January 2016. It focused on achieving the assumed goal, which was to raise the awareness of children, parents and teachers about a healthy lifestyle.

The key project activities included:

- innovative PE lessons for children from primary school classes,
- educational classes in the field of proper nutrition for children,
- workshops for parents and teachers,
- sporting events for children, young people and parents,
- setting up an internet platform for joint exchange of experiences,
- creating a handbook for children about healthy lifestyle and physical activity.

Partners from countries such as Poland, Italy, Portugal, Great Britain, Romania and the Czech Republic have spent countless hours to implement the planned activities, changing the habits of project participants for healthy choices.
As all statistics show, the Partnership achieved the planned products and results of the project. At each stage of project implementation, all planned activities were carried out equal to or larger than assumed in the project application. Partners have adopted various forms of implementation of project activities, adapting to the existing situations and possibilities. The project inspired the involved institutions to continue their efforts to raise the awareness of children, teachers and parents about the need to lead a healthy lifestyle. This fact is a huge success of the partnership, because the "Move up" project will have its continuation in the form of organized sports and recreation events and classes in schools. What is important, it motivated many people to work on changing the pro-health education system for the youngest, and this is the greatest success of the project.

We would like to thank all participants of the project - primary school pupils, teachers, parents, management of educational institutions, educators and the project team who put in a huge amount of work in the implementation of the above activities.

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the evaluation report, which describes in detail the implemented activities, the results achieved, and also the conclusions and recommendations.

Thursday, 4 January 2018

Crossword about Move up project!

Test your knowledge about Move up project and solve the crossword.

Questions:

  1. What is the name of the European Union Programme which the project is co-funded from?
  2. Which country Municipality of Lousada comes from?
  3. WHO recommends 60 minutes of physical ..... for children every single day.
  4. This is the best kind of drink that we should use to hydrate our organism.
  5. In a small can of cola we'll find 7 spoons of this product that we need to avoid.
  6. What is important in keeping our body in good shape beside healthy diet and doing sport?

Friday, 29 December 2017

Sum up of the project!

We can't believe that project Move up to be healthy and happy ends...


It was a great, 2-year, international adventure full of new experiences, ideas and knowledge. We spent a lot of hours on changing children's habits to healthy way of life.

Sometimes it wasn't easy to implement planned activities but it always was a challenge that we tried to meet the best we could.

We conducted:
  • 75 workshops for parents and teachers,
  • 795 P.E. classes,
  • 430 awareness campaigns,
  • 56 sports events.

We educated 7.459 children and 281 teachers!

What makes us most happy is unexpected positive feedback from all participants!

We are more than sure that this project was important for parents, teachers and children and we promise to continue its ideas!

Thanks to all the project team:

Poland: Katarzyna Kohnke, Agnieszka BiaƂas, Agnieszka Niewiadomska

Italy: Assunta Sperduto, Francesca Bonin, Laura Quadrelli

Portugal: Ana Silva, Bruno Marante, Artur Pinto

Great Britain: Ross Walker, Pauline Hathaway, Gilbert Barnett, Carrie Starace, David Baker

Romania: Dragos Nechita, Marius Dumitrescu-Faur, Alexandra Moldovan, Anamaria Crainic, Adina Pascoiu

Czech Republic: Jan Herget, Michal Novotny, Martina Trigilla


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