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25.09.2012, 20:46
First meeting for new EHF Executive
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The EHF Executive met in Vienna on 21/22 September 2012
 

First meeting for new EHF Executive

The first full working meeting of the EHF Executive, newly elected for a four year period at the EHF Congress in Monaco in June 2012, was held at the EHF Office in Vienna on 21/22 September.

Made up now of 10 members, the EHF Executive will also be joined by one further member at its next meeting in December, when the chair of the newly created Women’s Handball Board joins the committee. The first meeting of the Women’s Handball Board will take place on Monday 22 October in Vienna.

The Executive dealt with a long agenda: a review of summer events including the M20 European Championship in Turkey and the M18 European Championship in Austria and the follow-up to the EHF Congress in June, including the implementation of changes to the statutes in regard to amendments such as the Women’s Handball Board and Anti-Doping Unit.

The meeting also discussed planning for the 2013/14 season, task distribution and agreed the schedule of meetings for EHF bodies for 2013, including the Conference of Presidents, to take place on Sunday 2 June during the course of the VELUX EHF FINAL4 in Cologne.

An issue raised in the meeting was the financial problems of individual clubs over the past season and the question of future licensing for club to strengthen the quality of club competitions in the future.

The EHF Executive also reached the following decisions:

W19 European Championship
A number of decisions were reached including a postponement of the awarding of the W19 European Championship, set to be played from 23 July to 2 August 2015, due to the high number of nations interested in organising the event. Spain, Romania, Slovakia, Portugal, Greece and Montenegro have expressed their interest. Inspections will be now be made by the EHF, with a decision to be made by the EHF Executive at its meeting in Serbia during the EHF EURO.

European Open
The future of the European Open, organised in cooperation with the Partille Cup, was discussed and it was agreed to follow up with the local organisers and the Swedish Handball Federation to confirm details of future events. The next championship will be the European Open for Men 19 at the beginning of July 2013.

Regulations
The EHF Executive agreed to a review of the arbitration and competition regulations to ensure the conformity of the two sets of regulations.

2013 EHF European Masters Championship
The decision was reached to award the championships for men’s and women’s masters teams to Brixen/Bressanone in Italy from 14-16 June 2013.

Methods Commission
The EHF Executive approved the list of lecturers put forward by the Methods Commission, subject to necessary administrative procedures. It also discussed and approved the Master Plan submitted by the Technical Commission under the banner ‘What European handball should by like/needs in 2016’.

Beach Handball
A new logo for beach handball, and in particular the European Beach Tour, was approved subject to a final amendment of the design.

Nominations
The EHF Executive dealt with the nominations to EHF and external bodies and agreed the following:

Finance Delegation and EHF Marketing Advisory Board
President Brihault (Chairman), Vice President Elovsson, Treasurer Dejaco, 
Secretary General Wiederer, CFO Moser 

Technical Delegation
CC Chairman Kalin (Chairman), MC Chairman Eliasz, BC Chairman Jørstad
Office: Competitions Glaser, Education/Development Höritsch, Beach Handball Fröschl

Advisory Board Competence Academy Network
MC Chairman Eliasz (Chairman), CC Chairman Kalin, BC Chairman Jørstad, 
CAN Coordinator Höritsch

EURO Delegation / Advisory Board EHF EURO
Vice President Elovsson (Chairman), CC Chairman Kalin, Secretary General Wiederer
Senior Manager Euro Events Flixeder

International Handball Federation 
(already approved and confirmed by the IHF Council)
Council: Brihault, Elovsson
COC: Sichelschmidt/EHF Competitions
CCM: Kovacs/EHFMC
PRC: Nachevski/EHFCC
MC: tbn
CD: Höritsch/EHF Education and Development

Women’s Handball Board
Already elected: Bojic-Cacic (CRO), Fensdal (DEN), Orasson (EST)
Also nominated; Lecusanu (ROU), Bon (SLO), Mulder (NED) 

Representatives EXEC: Elovsson, Magnusdottir 
Delegated (President, Secretary General): Brihault, Wiederer

EHF Marketing – Women’s Club Board
Already nominated/elected: Cassøe (DEN), Kelecsenyi (HUN), Cojocaru (ROU)
Nominated by EHF Executive: Hähner (GER), Rapp (SWE) 

Professional Handball Board
Representatives FCH: Marin (ESP), Butzeck (GER)
Representatives NB: Christensen (DEN), Bana (FRA)
Representatives EPHLA: Witte (GER), Josefsen (DEN)
Representatives EHPU: Rominger (GER), Paillasson (FRA)
Representatives EXEC: Elovsson, Dejaco 
Delegated (President, Secretary General): Brihault, Wiederer

EHFM Comptrollers Council
Comptrollers: Gremmel (GER), Djurkovic (SRB), (Substitute Comptroller Prettenthaler (AUT))

Legal Delegation
CoH President Coelho (POR), CoA President Plazer (AUT), ECA President Holmqvist (SWE), 

Initiator of Proceedings
Herman (ISR)

Social Fund
Güntzel, Rinck, Schebeczek 

Technical Refereeing Committee:
CC Refereeing Nachevski (Chairman), Members: to be nominated.

Further Nominations / Expert Groups
Delegates: proposal by Course Management; confirmation by ExeC
Lecturers: proposal by Technical Delegation; confirmation by ExeC
Task Forces: Nomination by EXEC
Working Groups: Representatives / Participants nomination by EXEC or nomination delegated

Further Delegations

IMGA (Masters): Bošković
EYOF (Youth Festival): Bertelsen
USPE (Police Handball): Bertelsen
EUSA (Universities): Bošković
ISF (School Sports): Magnusdottir
EOC (European Games/EYOF): Brihault/Wiederer
ETS (Team Sport Federations): Brihault/Wiederer
MESGO (Master Education): Höritsch
AIPS (Sport Journalists): Rowland

Confirmation EHF Marketing Men’s Club Board (nominated by FCH)
Members: Jeršič (SLO) /Chairman, O’Callaghan (ESP) / Vice Chairman, Boesen (DEN), Wendt (GER), Wasiak (POL)

Methods Commission - amendment
Female member: Husebø (NOR)

European Anti Doping Unit (EAU)
Holdhaus

Representation at EHF events
Nominated by EHF President,  Jean Brihault, and assisted by Secretary General, Michael Wiederer

Cooperation visits to National Federations
Nominated by EHF President,  Jean Brihault, and assisted by Secretary General, Michael Wiederer

Next meeting in Serbia

Overall the first working meeting of the EHF Executive was conducted in an efficient and positive atmosphere. 

EHF President, Jean Brihault commented: “This was a very productive first meeting for the new EHF Executive, with valuable contributions and inputs from all those members present.”

The next meeting of the EHF Executive will be held over the final weekend of the EHF European Championship in Serbia in December 2012.


TEXT: EHF / jjr
 
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