EuropeActive hosted online the 2nd FAIR+ partners meeting

FAIR+ project partners met online on 16-17 June to discuss the two projects’ technical expert groups (TEGs) surveys. TEG1 survey will investigate the prevalence of doping in recreational sport and the psychological considerations behind its use, whereas TEG2 survey will provide a review of anti-doping education programmes and activities targeting recreational coaches by reaching out National Anti-Doping Organisations, International Federations and other sport and fitness organisations.

TEG1 survey

Anti-Doping in Football Project - Virtual Partner meeting

On Thursday 7th May, the Norwegian Football Federation organised the third partner meeting of the Anti-Doping in Football Erasmus Plus Project. The meeting was also attended by representative of the UEFA anti-doping and project departments.

EuropeActive’s ‘Fitness on the Move’ project kicked-off

The kick-off meeting of EuropeActive’s Fitness on the Move new project took place on 3 January with all 4 EU partners and on 16 April with our international partner from India. Due to Covid-19 and restrictions for traveling, project meetings took place virtually using a digital platform. This new project is managed by DG EAC of the European Commission and it is one of 10 Preparatory Action & Pilot Projects in the field of mobility.

EuropeActive's FAIR+ project kicked-off in Brussels!

On Tuesday 28th January, EuropeActive's kicked-off FAIR+ first project meeting in Brussels. After successfully concluding the Forum for Anti-Doping in Recreational Sport Project (FAIR), which produced an extensive Final Report on existing doping prevention interventions and for food and food supplements across the EU 28, the FAIR+ project will keep the focus on doping in recreational sport with 3 main objectives:

EuropeActive’s FAIR Project Report is out!

EuropeActive recently released its Forum for Anti-Doping in Recreational Sport (FAIR) project Final Report, which contains the outcomes of three-year research by project partners on two main topics: the review of existing doping prevention interventions and the current practices to reduce the risk of inadvertent doping from sport food and supplements.

The Let’s #BEACTIVE project partners come together in Madrid to take stock of progress

On Wednesday January 22nd, all Let’s #BEACTIVE project partners came together to discuss the results of the 2019 trials and to prepare the final trials in 2020. The preliminary research results are showing that inactive adults who have completed the 6-week structured exercise intervention not only significantly increased their activity levels, but also their quality of life, especially in terms of sleeping better and pain reduction.

EuropeActive’s events recorded on video!

EuropeActive recently unveiled two new videos regarding its European Health & Fitness Forum (EHFF) and the 3rdForum for Anti-Doping in Recreational Sport (FAIR project). The EHFF clip revealed the main theme for the 2020 event, whereas the FAIR Forum video summarized the success of the 3rd Forum as the most relevant occasion for European Recreational Sport and doping stakeholders as well as European and National policy makers to share ideas and good practices