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July 2021


Kabaddi for Peace and Harmony
World Kabaddi Federation Joins ICSSPE
Meet Lhundub Dorji Lama, President of the World Kabaddi Federation, to learn more about the sport as well as the goals and visions of the new ICSSPE member organisation.
Recap – Moving in the City
Watch the Video Highlights Here
ICSSPE wanted to know: How can we design cities to help its citizens to stay active and healthy?
Athletes on Doping
Behind the Scenes of the WIN-DOP Project
ICSSPE interviewed several athletes on their attitude to doping and whistle blowing.
New Research Applications
Future Oriented Science
Find out about ICSSPE’s new research projects!

Virtual ICPESS 2021
Videos Now Available
Watch video recordings of the 6th International Conference of Physical Education and Sports Science 2021 in Jakarta, Indonesia here.
The Tokyo Games 2021: Between Hope and Fear
International Panel Discussion
The Sport Department of the Ludwigsburg University of Education (Germany) is organizing an online discussion focusing on the much-debated Tokyo Olympics this year.
6th International Congress on Complex Systems in Sports
Virtual Event – New Deadlines
The University of Mainz will hold the 6th International Congress on Complex Systems in Sports from 15th – 17th September 2021.
World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport
Call for Abstracts
The International Olympic Committee is holding the World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport from 25th – 27th of November 2021 in Monaco.


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