Whilst the Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) have come to an end, you can relive their most fascinating innovation stories here: Lausanne...
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Hailed a success by the organisers, the athletes and the public alike, the Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games closed in style last night. In order to overcome the post-Games blues, let’s take a look at the positive and lasting legacy these Games will leave for the local population.
Lausanne 2020 has worked with several partners to infuse innovation into the third edition of the Winter Youth Olympic Games, and several academic institutions have helped to prepare educational activities for the young athletes.
The ongoing Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) have been hailed for a number of innovative concepts and one of them is the strong involvement of young people in the preparation and delivery of the event. No less than about 130,000 students from local schools, colleges and universities have contributed their talents to make the 3rd Winter YOG a success. ThinkSport has compiled some facts which amaze both in quality as well as in quantity!
Each year, the International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS), offers a" Future Female Leader in Sport" scholarship, open globally to women pursuing a career in the sports industry. The deadline for the next scholarship is 1 February 2020.
Several new disciplines and sport events feature on the programme of the Lausanne 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG), which take place from 9 to 22 January 2020 in the region.
A number of innovative concepts are at the core of the Lausanne 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG), which will kick off tonight with a colourful opening ceremony in the newly built Vaudoise Aréna in Lausanne, Switzerland.
As 2019 comes to an end, the ThinkSport team would like to extend a big thank you to you for your valuable collaboration and support throughout this year.
Along with our best wishes for the holiday, I would also like to share the following with you:
19.12.2019 Lausanne based “MotionLab“ sets new standards in performance management and rehabilitation
A multidisciplinary strategy and innovation are at the heart of MotionLab, a therapeutic and performance sports institute set up in Lausanne earlier this year. In its premises of 3000 square metres, the state of the art lab offers facilities for performance analysis, health care, research and development and consultancy services (sports agent and lawyer) for elite athletes.