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25 April 2012 | in NUSF News

AZS holds 24th National General Assembly

WILKASY - The 24th National General Assembly convention of the Polish University Sports Association (AZS) was held between 20th-22nd Aril 2012 in Wilkasy near Giżycko, in AZS sports and recreation centre.

165 delegates participated in the convention and they represented 17 regional associations, nearly 300 clubs and almost 50 thousand AZS members from all overPoland.

Polish state authorities were represented by Mr Jacek Foks, Under-Secretary of State in the Ministry of Sport and Tourism.

The Assembly summed up the two-year term of office of the authorities, the term which was not short of success in competitive sport (including Justyna Kowalczyk’s medals at the Vancouver Olympic Games and World Championship) and in students sport (among others, own central games system in 41 disciplines). Organizational success, such as events within World and European University Championships and investment success, including completing the construction of the Wilkasy Centre (hotel, rehabilitation centre, yachting port, indoor and outdoor sports venues)  must also be mentioned.

The Assembly distinguished ten trainers and managers most devoted in their activity with the title of Honorable Member of the AZS and decorated six other with the Bronisław Czech medal for the most outstanding sports achievements. Central authorities were selected as well.

Professor Marek Rocki, senator of theRepublicofPolandwas again chosen to head the 33-member Executive Board, while vice presidents were elected as follows:

- for competitive sport – Lech Leszczyński (Łódź)

- for students sport – Dariusz Piekut (Warsaw)

- for foreign affairs  - Adam Roczek (Wrocław)

- for organizational affairs – Tomasz Szponder (Poznań).

Jacek Kasprzyk (Warsaw) was elected as the treasurer.

The Assembly also chose the Audit Committee, headed by Aleksander Pyć (Łódź) and The Arbitration Bench, headed by Janusz Rybicki (Gdańsk) as well as defined  main tasks for the AZS in the years 2011-2013.


(Source: AZS)


 The Wilkasy Centre