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26.09.2008, 11:21
Congress in Vienna – The Competitions Commission
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The election at the 9th Ordinary Congress will be an important event for the Competitions Commission. Read about the past four years and the comments of Chairman Jan Tuik.
 

Congress in Vienna – Competitions Commission

The 9th Ordinary EHF Congress will take place in Vienna on 26-27 September. This will be an electoral congress, which means that all the members of the EHF – committees and commissions – will be elected again.

The Competition Commission has been part of the EHF structure since the foundation of the European Handball Federation in 1992. Back then, there was a Technical Commission dealing with all the technical matters in handball.

Due to the rapid development in handball, the Technical Commission soon split into two new commissions, the Competitions Commission and the Methods Commission. The responsibility of the CC is to deal with all the competitions matters of the EHF events, especially with the European handball calendar, playing system of competitions and regulations.

The CC includes a Chairman and four other members elected by the Congress with specific fields of activity, such as men’s competitions, women’s competitions, refereeing and club competitions.

The 9th Ordinary Congress will be an important milestone for the Competitions Commission. The number of members will be extended by three.

The chairman of 3 new committees will be part of the Competitions Commission. These three are the CC Committee Men’s Clubs, CC Committee Women’s Clubs and the CC Committee National Teams. The chairmen of these have to be approved by the Congress in Vienna.

The voting at the Congress on Friday will be an important event for the future work of the Competitions Commission. The motion regarding the EURO events will be of primary interest for the members. If the Congress should vote in favour rescheduling the EURO events, it would be the task of the CC to set up a new calendar for the European-wide handball championships in close cooperation with all the stakeholders.

The Chairman of the Competitions Commission is Jan Tuik. He talks about the results of the last four years of the Commission:

“We have made a very important progress in the last four years. The European Cup competitions have undergone a marvellous development. As a result, the clubs have a better positioning on the market now, greater TV coverage and we have a brighter future together with the clubs.

We are also proud that we reached a record in TV hours with the EURO event and also a record number of viewers.

Also, the programme for young referees proved to be a success, just as the toolkit for delegates and now we also have a manual for hall constructions.

I believe that we reached a lot in the last four years and we are proud to support the Federations with the development.”

Photos by Leo Hagen (www.hagenpress.com)


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