Next Wednesday, October 15, students of Wrocław primary schools will be able to participate in a unique handball training session. It will be unique, because it will be done under the masterful eye of multiple Poland representative, Artur Siódmiak.
Open Handball Training is an event organized as part of the PGNiG Academy of Small Champions. This initiative fits perfectly with the mission of promoting physical activity in the run-up to the World Games, and thus it takes place under the patronage of The World Games 2017.
The Wednesday event is another initiative of Sport Academy and the PGNiG Foundation, aimed at primary school children. It will be for them that 16 branches of the academy (one in each province) are expected to be created in 2016-2017. They will be places of sport activation.
Open classes with Arthur Siódmiak begin the free training cycle that will take place twice a week over this year. They will be divided into two age groups (grades 1-3 and 4-6). At the launch of the campaign in the capital of Lower Silesia there will be representatives of the organizers of the World Games.
Classes will start on Wednesday (October 15) at 3 pm, in the Primary School No. 109, on 54 Inżynierska Street in Wrocław. There will be a great atmosphere, as well as practical tips from the master of handball. It will also be possible to learn more about the World Games, which will take place in Lower Silesia in 3 years.
Admission is free, more at www.FundacjaAkademiaSportu.pl