Abstracts, Session 1

THEME: Dual Career

Chair: Michael Andersen, Project Manager - Nordic Network for Elite Sport

THE IMPORTANCE OF USING DIFFERENT MEDIA TYPES FOR PROMOTING AN ATHLETE’S BRAND

By assoc. prof. dr. Inga Staskeviciute-Butiene, prof. dr. Irena Valantine, Lithuanian sports university

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON THE CURRENT SITUATION OF DUAL CAREER OF ATHLETES IN ITALY

By Eleonora Reverberi, Chiara D’Angelo, Chiara Corvino, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano

SPORTS CLASSES AS EARLY PREPARATION FOR DUAL CAREER

By Jesper Stilling Olesen and Jens Christian Nielsen, The Danish School of Education, Aarhus University

A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON OF DUAL CAREER ENVIRONMENTS FOR ELITE ATHLETES IN SWITZERLAND, DENMARK, AND POLAND

By Andreas Küttel, PhD Research Assistant Department of Sociology, Environmental and Business Economics, SDU

ATHLETES LEARNING ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS A TYPE OF DUAL DACEER APPROACH

By Mojca Doupona Topič, University of Ljubljana

THE EMPATIA PROJECT: EDUCATION MODEL FOR PARENTS OF ATHLETES IN ACADEMICS

By Tessitore A1, Cecič Erpič S2, Pesce C1, Ryan G3, MacDonncha C3, Warrington G3, Lavelle D3, Figueiredo A4, Gonçalves C4, Delon D5, Templet A5, Blondel L5, Debois N5, Burlot F5, Capranica L6,1, Foerster J6, Arpino M7, Guidotti F7, Pišl A8, Rozman S8, Rheinisch E9, Rolo A10, Costa R10, Doupona Topič M2.

1 Univeersity of Roem Foro Italico, Italy, 2 University of University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 3 University of Limerick, Ireland, 4 University of Coimbra, Portugal, 5 INSEP, France, 6 EAS, Malta, 7 CONI, Italy, 8 EUSA Institute, Slovenia, 9 Sport Ireland Institute, Ireland, 10 Ginàsio Clube Figueirense, Portugal

THEME: Talent Development

Chair: Sergio Lara-Bercial

THE RELATION BETWEEN PROXIMITY TO TALENT CLUBS AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT IN DANISH HANDBALL AND FOOTBALL

By Niels Nygaard Rossing, Diana Stentoft & Dan Stieper Karbing: Department of Health Science and Technology, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark

THE ROADS TO THE NATIONAL TEAM, ON CAREER PATHWAYS IN SWEDISH ELITE SPORTS

By Fahlström, PG, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden; Mats Glemne Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden; Per Gerrevall, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden; Susanne Linnér, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

EXPLORING TALENT DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE PERFORMANCE DOMAINS OF SPORT, SURGERY AND MUSIC

By Jensen, Rune Dall, Seyer-Hansen, Mikkel* & Christensen, Mette Krogh

Centre for Health Sciences Educations, Aarhus University, Denmark

*Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus N, Denmark

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A TALENT SYSTEM: A STUDY OF THE SWEDISH U15 DISTRICT SOCCER TEAMS

By Söderström, T.1, Brusvik, P.1,  Lund, S.2 

1 Umeå university, Department of Education, Umea School of Sport Sciences

2 Linneus University, Department of Education

NORDIC-BALTIC SUSTAINABLE APPROACH COACHING YOUTH FOR ELITE

By Diana Rėklaitienė (Lithuanian Sports University), Kristina Bradauskienė (Lithuanian Sports University) and Irena Čikotienė (Lithuanian Sports University)

THEME: Sport and Physical Education in Europe

Chair: Karsten Froberg, Associate Professor, Dr.h.c., Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, SDU

MOVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN IN EARLY CHILDHOOS EDUCATION AND CARE

By Kristian Fahnøe Munksgaard: Lecturer with the Bach. of Social Education, University College Lillebælt (UCL) and researcher at the Research and Innovation Centre for Human Movement and Learning at University of Southern Denmark/UCL

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-BASED INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND DIETARY BEHAVIOR

By Hauer, R, & Tschan, H. - University of Vienna, Centre for Sport Science and University Sports, Vienna, Austria

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTIONS IN DANISH PRIMARY SCHOOLS - HOW DO WE ATTAIN SUFFICIENT IMPLEMENTATION?

By Johansen, Danielle Louise Noerager: Research Assistant at The Research and Innovation Centre for Human Movement and Learning at University of Southern Denmark, Department of Sports and Biomechanics

UPGRADING OF SPORT SCIENCE IN SERBIA

By Saša Bubanj1, Sanja Mazić2, Borislav Obradović3

1Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Niš, Serbia

2School of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia

3Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

STUDENTS AS PERSONAL ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INSTRUCTOR: A PROMISING INTERVENTION TO INCREASE SPORTS PARTICIPATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

By Afke Kerkstra, MSc1 and Marije Deutekom, PhD1;2

1 Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Professorship Power of Sport

2 The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Professorship Power of Sport

THEME: The SPEACH project, symposium: Bringing HEPA into sports

Chair: Chris Kubbinga, Project Manager, Lecturer, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, School of Sport Studies

SPORT PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND COACHING IN HEALTH (SPEACH) PROJECT

By De Jong J., Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, School of Sport Studies, the Netherlands