The International University Sport Federation (FISU) President claimed the day drove more than general awareness of the organisation’s work. He claimed it also created links between universities and their local communities, focused around the themes of sport, physical activity and healthy living. “FISU is determined to ensure that university sport has a positive impact both on and off the campus,” Matytsin said. “This is the best way FISU can help all young people lead healthier lives.
The UCI have announced the one-day Driedaagse De Panne race in Belgium will be held on March 22, while the three-day Emakumeen Bira will be held in Spain from May 19 to 22. It was also confirmed the Tour of Guangxi in China will be held on October 21. The race will bring the 2018 calendar to a conclusion, which begins with the Strade Bianche in Italy on March 3. The additions mean there will be 23 races on the UCI Women’s WorldTour calendar for the forthcoming season.
Bach travelled with the two politicians to the south coast city, which will be the home to sailing competitions during the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. They joined a Paris 2024 delegation, including President Tony Estanguet, French sports minster Laura Flessel, French National Olympic and Sports Committee President Denis Masseglia and bid sports director Jean-Philippe Gatien. The delegation was welcomed to Marseille City Hall for an official reception and press conference.
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