The European Judo Union Education & Teaching Commission is pleased to announce the POSTER PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH.
The presentation will be held prior to the 2010 Individual and Team European Judo Championships in Vienna, at the 21 of April at the Ferry-Dusika Stadion on Wednesday.
This is your chance to present your programs at the Poster Presentation of research. All sessions will consist of a presentation of scholarly works related to judo. Presentations may involve any scholarly work related to any aspect of judo. Areas are not limited to topics related to the sport aspect of judo, but can also include exercise physiology, strength and conditioning, sport psychology, injury rehabilitation, rest and recovery, nutrition or other topics.
Topics may also include any area of judo history, philosophy, culture, or other values. The audience will be mixed and will include academics, coaches, officials, teachers and the broad judo family.
Proposals for the Poster presentation will be considered for the program if received in time. The final schedule shall include proposals accepted for presentation as well as an invited program.
The European Judo Union is pleased to announce that it will present awards to at least three outstanding posters based on originality, methodology quality, clarity, and contribution to judo: the first classified poster will be awarded with 1.500 euro, the second with 700 euro and the third with 300 euro.