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Third transnational trip for the Project: partners this time are in Denmark.
Partners sat down for a morning meeting to discuss the next steps in the project.
Directly from Zagreb, the report of the second day of our transnational trip in Croatia.
Lazio Hockey, Feyenoord and Aalborg joined HASK Mladost for the second transnational trip for Field Hockey for Women.
Hundreds of kids enjoyed the field hockey activities in the framework of our Project
On the 4th of June 2019, the Field Hockey for Women team went to meet the scholars of the I.C. Carducci School. S.S. Lazio Hockey, thanks to the project FHfW, had earlier on in the year presented the project to the school and returned numerous times to teach the young...
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A.S.D. Lazio Hockey Prato Giovani is a sport association affiliated with the Italian Hockey Federation, recognised by Italian National Olympic Committee and registered as amateur sport association. It is a member of Lazio Multisport Association
Aalborg Boldspils was founded in 1885 and it currently hosts football, American football, floorball and, from this year, E-sport. The club is well founded and it is the back bone of the Superliga club AaB. It has about 1,200 members who enjoy the fun of sport every day.
Feyenoord Rotterdam is one of the most popular clubs in the Netherlands. The club was founded in 1908 and it became a multisport club in july 2018. They started with 5 different sports.
Founded in 1903 (under the name of Hrvatski akademski sportski klub), the Croatian club was conceived as a modern sport organisation to gather existing sports and promote and introduce new ones. One of the characteristics of that time was broadening the multisport approach where members practised various sports, often depending on the season of the year.
Gabriella Bascelli is the project coordinator. She is a former italian rower. Since she was sixteen years old she has been part of the Lazio multisport association competing for Circolo Canottieri Lazio. During her long and amazing career she won 21 Italian Championships, 6 South African Championships and an U23 World Championship. She also won a bronze medal in 2002 Senior World Championships and competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the 2008 Summer Olympics, arriving 8th in both competitions.
When she was young she also played field hockey at school. She loves this sport and she is happy to help its development among women. We are glad to have a great athlete like Gabriella as ambassador of this project.