On 8-9 September, the TES-D Sport Diplomacy Pilot Project was completed successfully in Zagreb, the last program component of the project.
Three prominent personalities of the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS), Dr habil. Márta Szmodis, Dr habil. Tamás Sterbenz and Dr habil. László Tóth have been appointed as university professors.
The Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS), the National Handball Academy (NHA) and the Handball-Specific Methodology Centre held the 5th Sport and Innovation Conference between 14 and 16 September 2022. The joint sports science event focussed on the issue of talent and performance.
The article titled „The impact of aerobic and resistance training intensity on markers of neuroplasticity in health and disease” published by Dr Tibor Hortobágyi, Research Professor at the Department of Kinesiology at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS) was published in the Ageing Research Review, a scientific journal with almost 12 impact factors.
Antal Kovács to moderate an informative session on combat sports at the Sport and Innovation Conference
A specific section at The Sport and Innovation Conference to take place from 14 to 16 September will focus on the relationship between martial arts and sports innovation. Dr Antal Kovács, who won Olympic and World Champion gold medals in judo, will moderate the round table discussion. He believes that there is a lot that everyone can learn from the discussion - even those who are not looking for success in sport.
The fifth edition of the Sport and Innovation Conference will take place from 14 to 16 September. The three-day event will be hosted by the Hungarian University of Sport Sciences (14 September, Budapest) and the National Handball Academy (15 and 16 September, Balatonboglár). On the first day of the event, Dr László Tóth, Director of the Teacher Training Institute of the university will moderate the workshop entitled Teacher Training in section one.
The 5th edition of the Sport and Innovation Conference will be held between 14 and 16 September and it will be hosted by the Hungarian University of Sports Science in Budapest and the National Handball Academy in Balatonboglár. On the first day of the event, a workshop entitled Governance, Financing will be held in Section IV, where Prof Dr Gábor Géczi, Director of the Institute of Economics and Social Sciences of the university, Head of the Department of Sport Management will act as the moderator.