KIHU - Research Institute for Olympic Sports

High Performance Unit of Finnish Olympic Committee - Research and Development Program


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  • KIHU - Research Institute for Olympic Sports
  • Rautpohjankatu 6
  • 40700 Jyväskylä
  • Finland
  • Tel: +358 20 781 1500
  • Fax: +358 20 781 1501
  • Business ID: 1574321-0

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Science for Success III -kongressi 11.-12.10.2011 Jyväskylässä Kihulook SRD Oy Fast Motion


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KIHU - Research Institute for Olympic Sports

KIHU is a nationally and internationally respected, customer-oriented interdisciplinary research, development and service organization for elite sports. KIHU is also a preferred partner in joint projects with various interest groups, functioning to create opportunities for successful elite sports in Finland.


Science for Success III Congress and The 7th ENYSSP Workshop in Jyväskylä 2011


Research Institute for Olympic Sports (KIHU) welcomes all persons working in the fields of sport and exercise to the Science for Success III Congress to be held October 11-12, 2011 in Jyväskylä, Finland. This time congress will focus on coaching young athletes, with the theme “Way to the Top”. The congress is intended for experts and professionals working in coaching, sports education and research, as well as for students in these fields.

The congress programme includes presentations by Finnish and international experts in the field, accompanied by structured and free-form discussions.

In connection with the two-day congress, the 20th Anniversary of KIHU will be celebrated with an anniversary seminar and an evening reception, which is open to congress participants and to partners, staff and congratulants of KIHU.

During the SFS III congress there will be held also the 7th ENYSSP Workshop in Agora. All the presentations of the ENYSSP workshop will be open for SFS III participants, too. And, workshop participants are attending to SFS III program, too.

Registrataion deadline is 23 September. More info can be found on the congress website.

Link: Science for Success III website

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