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FEI Sports Forum 2018 live and on-demand

Thursday, 22 March 2018
FEI Sports Forum 2018

The seventh edition of the FEI Sports Forum 2018, which will be held at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne (SUI) on 26 and 27 March, will be live-streamed on fei.org

The FEI Sports Forum 2018 will have a prominent focus on Youth. 

Day 1 will host a panel of eight young and talented athletes from around the world, representing FEI disciplines. Discussions will centre around their experiences, how they see the future, the challenges they face, and the impact on their careers. In addition, we will hear from experienced professionals and experts on discussion topics of athlete welfare as well as the IOC’s toolkit regarding harassment & abuse.

Day 2 will continue the discussions on athlete welfare, focusing on concussion, medication & recreational drugs and Eventing risk management, all of which have a substantial significance and impact on present day sport and competition. Further discussion topics include optimising performance in a challenging climate, in view of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon and Tokyo 2020, FEI Officials, as well as an update from the FEI Dressage Judging Working Group.

The entire Sports Forum 2018 will also be available to watch again on fei.org, following the end of the morning and afternoon sessions. 

The detailed programme for the FEI Sports Forum 2018 is available to view and download here, along with the most recent supporting documents and updated information on panel members. 

Timetable of sessions:

26 March

Morning session 09.00-13.00 CET 
Afternoon session 14.00-18.00 CET

27 March

Morning session 09.00-13.00 CET 
Afternoon session 14.00-17.30 CET

 


Source: Press release from FEI

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