EnglishUncategorisedWorld Sports Congress organisers receive more than 130 research

September 11, 2019156

?The organisers of the 56th ICHPER.SD Anniversary World Congress and Exposition is finalizing its preparations for the event, which will be held in Bahrain from December 18 to 20.
The Scientific Committee has received 132 research in total, including 92 Arab research and 40 in English. They will be screened and studied by the purpose-formed Judging Committee, featuring standing committees for the Arabic and English scientific research.
The Arabic Scientific Committee is being headed by University of Bahrain Physical Education and Physiotherapy Dean Dr Mona Al Ansari.
The committee also includes High Studies Dean Huda Al Khaja, Dr Mosaad Ewies, Dr Farouk Abdulwahab, Dr Ahmed Al Emadi, Dr Majda Salah El Din, Dr Bahaa Salama, Dr Ekhlas Abdelhafeez, Dr Nagy Esmail of Egypt, Dr Abdellatif Bokhari of Saudi Arabia and Dr Faisal Hameed of Bahrain.
Delores James of the US is heading the English Scientific Committee, which also comprises Dr Mohammad Torabi, Dr Bradford Strand, Dr Gregory Soukup, Tarin Hampton, Lawrence Judge, Xiaofen Keating, Mildred Naquin, all of the US, besides Nigeria’s Dr Veronica Igbanugo and Grace Otinwa, Timothy Lynch of Australia and Korea’s Eng Joe Wee.
The congress is held in cooperation with the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance (ICHPER.SD) and the University of Bahrain.
It’s main slogan is ‘Towards Building a New Sport System’, and will feature six workshops – women’s sport, sport for all, partnership and marketing, fitness, the Olympic movement, science and sports performance.
Some of the congress objectives is to promote active lifestyle and how important it is related to personal, physical and mental health and also promote general physical activities in the Kingdom.
The event is organised in compliance with the directives of Supreme Council for Youth and Sports chairman and BOC president Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, in an attempt to link science with sport.


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