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The IAKS regurlarly holds seminars in Artificial Turf, Ice Maker Training, Artificial Ice Rink Management and Refrigeration Planting.
The programme for the IAKS Congress taking place from 27 to 30 October in Cologne has been unveiled. Have a first glance at the ten sessions...
sb 3/2015: Pools and wellness facilities
sb 2/2015: Stadia and sports grounds
Currently 129 projects from all continents, amongst others from Canada, Brasil, Australia, Japan and Germany, are competing for these international architecture prizes.
The programme for the IAKS Congress taking place from 27 to 30 October in Cologne has been unveiled.
"Sports architecture and sports facilities are very important for the development of sports and for major competition events.” stated Dr. C.K. Wu, Member of the IOC Executive Board.
Become a sponsor at the most important event for the industry in 2015 and make your company clearly visible to clients and planners!
Danish architecture and design practices CEBRA and Glifberg+Lykke have designed a multi park and cultural centre for street sports on the harbour front of Haderslev in southern Denmark.
If you compete, you can lose. If you don‘t compete, you‘ve lost already.“ That‘s what is says on the website of the Athletic Area in Schladming, an important winter sports resort in Styria, Austria.
The 24th International IAKS Congress at FSB 2015 will be held under the personal umbrellaship of Dr. Thomas Bach, IOC President, Sir Philip Craven, IPC President and Dr. Thomas de Maizière, German Minister of the Interior and Sport.