Final project meeting and camp
Demonstration of the newly acquired skills by the young disadvantaged people. The youngsters will compete with their peers from the other two countries.
The camp will equip the young people from disadvantaged background with additional skills in practicing urban sports. They will receive valuable basic tips on how to work as trainers, how to organise group trainings and classes for their peers. They will also be presented with code of manners for sports professionals.
Their trainer will be Yordan Yovchev – the only gymnast to participate in six Olympics. The presence of a public figure of his rank and the charisma will be a great motivation for the young people and will help them get in touch with the beauty of gymnastics. Great people have the ability to entrain and motivate people, even when they have unequal opportunities – disadvantaged, disability or social exclusion due to ethnicity, gender, religion or any other factor.
Another great motivator will join the camp as trainer. This will be this years` World street workout champion. He will share experience and will demonstrate the skills that lead him to win the first place in the world.
In the framework of the event the final project meeting will take place. Representatives of the partners will meet for the last time to discuss dissemination and reporting tasks. Final evaluation of the activities implemented during the project lifetime will be made. Arrangements for further cooperation and joint work under the network will be distributed.
Sport club “Street workout Bulgaria”, 15 participants – 5 of the participants will be representatives of the disadvantaged target group, 10 participants will be staff members of the Sport club, as well as the trained volunteer coaches.
Kgs Partizan Orce Nikolov, 7 participants – 5 of the participants per project partner from the disadvantaged target group; 2 participants per partner from the steering committee
Asociatia Se Poate, 7 participants -5 of the participants per project partner from the disadvantaged target group; 2 participants per partner from the steering committee