The second meeting of the Task Force to Promote Sport (GTID) concluded on Wednesday with the commitment of prepare a definitive health protocol for returning to training, which the Higher Sports Council (CSD) will send to the Ministry of Health.Although this does not imply that there is an expected date for the return, the agents involved agreed to elaborate “an inspection, monitoring and sanction mechanism for the future health protocol” of return to training, which must be validated by the health authorities based on the evolution of the pandemicCSD said in a statement.The institution chaired by Irene Lozano has made a commitment before representatives of entities, federations and clubs “to open a reflection that culminates in sending a sanitary protocol of return to training to the competent authority, the Ministry of Health”.“That step, however, does not imply in any case that there is a scheduled date for the return, something that will determine the evolution of the pandemic of COVID-19 and the Government itself through the cabinet commanded by Minister Salvador Illa”, pointed out the CSD.The meeting was attended by representatives of entities, federations and clubs, who expressed their concerns. “They were members of the federations of soccer, basketball, swimming, athletics, motorsports, motorcycling and winter sports, in addition to the Spanish Sports Association (ADESP), which encompasses many other entities; also LaLiga, Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE ), Olympic Committee (COE) and Spanish Paralympic (CPE); CEOE and CEPYME; and various clubs, “reported the CSD.“Today’s GTID has joined, as new members, the president of the ACB, Fernando Martín; and the president of the National Federation of Sports Facilities Entrepreneurs, Alberto García. Regarding the future sanitary protocol for the return, the CSD has thanked the work of the entities that have previously prepared their own documents, very useful to establish a definitive framework that allows returning to training when possible, “announced the agency. The CSD will transmit to the Ministry of Health a proposal with the protocol that will establish the minimum conditions that the “different levels of sport must comply with, without prejudice to the possibility of admitting other measures that improve it, and will include, on the part of the Council itself, an inspection, monitoring and sanction mechanism for the correct verification that the rules established by the aforementioned protocol will be strictly observed. ““In any case, the CSD has reiterated at the meeting that opening a debate on the protocol to follow when training resumes does not imply in any case that there is a scheduled date for the return, which remains unknown and will be marked by the decisions of the health authorities, “he stressed.“It is advisable not to generate false expectations. In our obligation to have everything ready for when you can return. But that ‘when’ remains unknown, “stressed the CSD.At the heart of the GTID, attendees were also informed that the Official State Gazette (BOE) published this Wednesday the call for subsidies for sports federations worth just over 50 million euros, which had been previously approved in the Council of Ministers of last March 24.About, the president of the CSD, Irene Lozano, promised the federations that it will try to apply “all the flexibility that the legal framework allows” with the aim that the beneficiary entities can use these grants adapting them to their current complex situation.The other novelty of the telematic meeting is the launch of an ad hoc working group, led by former waterpolista Jennifer Pareja, current adviser to the CSD presidency, to meet the specific needs of the group of athletes and execute measures to help alleviate the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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DALLAS — Today’s kids can’t keep up with their parents. An analysis of studies on millions of children around the world finds they don’t run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young.On average, it takes children 90 seconds longer to run a mile than their counterparts did 30 years ago. Heart-related fitness has declined 5 percent per decade since 1975 for children ages 9 to 17.The American Heart Association, whose conference featured the research Tuesday, says it’s the first to show that children’s fitness has declined worldwide over the last three decades.“It makes sense. We have kids that are less active than before,” said Dr. Stephen Daniels, a University of Colorado pediatrician and spokesman for the heart association.Health experts recommend that children 6 and older get 60 minutes of moderately vigorous activity accumulated over a day. Only one-third of American kids do now.
Scandinavian carrier Sterling Airlines has announced two new flights to Lisbon and Milan as part of its winter schedule.The airline will add flights from its base at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport to the Italian city in October, and flights from Copenhagen to Lisbon in February.Both services will run twice a week over the winter season and will operate in addition to new ‘Sterling Connect’ services and other seasonal routes including flights from Billund to London, Malaga, Paris and Salzburg.Commenting on the Lisbon and Milan flights, Ms Carole Arnaud-Battandier, International Marketing Manager at Sterling Airlines said: “Sterling Airlines is delighted to announce the opening of two new routes to Portugal and Italy.”This is a fantastic opportunity for our Portuguese and Italian customers flying from the main airports of Lisbon and Milan to be able to experience breathtaking visits to these Viking Capitals in Denmark and Sweden.”Sterling announced in May that it would move all its international departures at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport to the recently refurbished Terminal 5. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedSterling launches flights to NaplesScandinavian cheap flights airline Sterling has announced the launch of two new routes to NaplesAir One adds new flights to GreeceAir One has started new cheap flights to Greece from its base at Milan MalpensaScandinavian travellers get routes boost with Sterling and CentralwingsNew destination options following announcements by Centralwings and Sterling