Articles with tag: OLL's events
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OLL’s joint event on the 22 of February will bring student sports into the election debatePublished:
The Finnish Student Sports Federation OLL's campaign Liikuttavan arvokas is all about highlighting the importance of student sports in the parliamentary election. The campaign will be launched with a joint national event on the 22 of February 2023. On the same date, OLL is also organising a public event open for all at Kansalaistori in Helsinki in collaboration with UniSport.
One hundred years of student sports will be celebrated on 13th of April 2024Published:
The Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) will celebrate its one hundred years of operations in 2024. The Ministry of Education and Culture has granted OLL 30,000 euros in funding to celebrate the history of organised student sports.
Kristiina Teppo chosen temporary Communications SpecialistPublished:
Kristiina Teppo has been chosen as the temporary Communications Specialist of the Finnish Student Sports Federation, standing in for Niko Peltokangas, who is currently in the position of the federation’s Secretary General.
The Activity Alert visited OLL’s General Assembly in KuortanePublished:
The Activity Alert, which has become very popular at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, visited OLL’s General Assembly at Kuortane Olympic Training Center.
High-performance sports and Higher Education on the Move cooperation in the early autumn webinarsPublished:
Autumn brings with it interesting webinars on university sports!
Tips for organising online sports eventsPublished:
Online lectures, online meetings, online coffee breaks, online birthdays... Everyone is fed up and frustrated with anything starting with the qualifier ‘online’. There is one exception: sports events. They are usually preceded by the word “cancelled”.
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