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EJU Administration & Medical Seminar

The Malta Judo Federation hosted the 13th Medical and Administration seminar of the European Judo Union at the Suncrest Hotel on Friday and Saturday 9th and 10th of July 2010. The Maltese Judo Federation has been entrusted with this organisation for the 10th time and in these seminars most important decisions have been taken which affects the development of European Judo, the leader in World Judo. In this seminar, 40 delegates from 22 European federations will be finalising the calendar for 2011 and very important decisions will have to be taken such as the calendar for the 106 activities organised by the European Judo Union. Most of these events will be qualifiers for the Olympic Games in London in 2012, and include 6 European Championships.

The 6 medical officers of the European Medical Commission will also be holding their meeting in conjunction with this administration seminar, and they will be reviewing the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) rules and presenting high quality scientific papers on sports medicine. Another important item in this seminar will be the presentation of the 3rd  (Diploma), 4th (Foundation Degree), 5th  (Bachelor of Science Honours) and 6th (Masters) level in high performance coaching which the European Judo Union is delivering in collaboration with major universities such as Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge and Tor Vergata Rome.