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14–17 ❘ IHRSA 2012 Annual International Convention & Trade Show Venue LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, California, US Summary The 31st IHRSA Convention & Trade Show is going to Hollywood. This annual event draws thousands of industry professionals for four days of education and networking opportunities. Web www.ihrsa.org/convention


19–25 ❘ International Fitness Week Venue Fitness First clubs worldwide Summary The third International Fitness Week aims to encourage the world to become more active. In 2011 it involved more than 40 Fitness First clubs in 12 countries, and this year’s event promises to be even bigger. Web www.internationalfitnessweek.com


23–25 ❘ International Fitness Showcase Venue Winter Gardens, Blackpool, UK Summary Showcases the latest exercise classes, along with workshops and lectures, for fi tness instructors and enthusiasts. Web www.chrysalispromotions.com


25 ❘ Scottish Beauty Venue The Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, UK Summary Scotland’s only professional beauty exhibition and training congress, with around 200 suppliers and training providers expected to attend. Web www.beautyserve.com


27–30 ❘ ACSM’s 16th Health & Fitness Summit & Exposition Venue Las Vegas, Nevada, US Summary ACSM’s Health and Fitness Summit and Exposition bridges the gap between the science of sports medicine and its practice for the fi tness professional. It covers a wide range of disciplines – from nutrition, personal training and exercise programme design, to sports medicine and professional development – and offers educational sessions and workouts. Web www.acsmsummit.org


march 2012 © cybertrek 2012 www.leisurediary.com worldwide event listings for leisure professionals


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11–12 ❘ BASES Student Conference Venue University of East London, London, UK Summary The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) forum for students. This year’s theme is ‘Olympic and Paralympic Athletes: Research and Applied Perspectives’. Web www.bases.org.uk/Student- Conference


18–21 ❘ SPATEC Europe Venue Don Carlos Leisure Resort & Spa, Marbella, Spain Summary A two-day forum of meetings between UK and European spa owners, directors and senior personnel, with more than 70 leading international spa suppliers. Web www.spateceu.com


19–22 ❘ FIBO 2012 Venue Exhibition Centre Essen, Germany Summary Over 560 companies from 35+ countries showcase products, concepts and solutions for the fi tness, wellness and health industries. FIBO attracts around 53,000 visitors from 60 countries. Web www.fibo.de


25–28 ❘ Russian Fitness Festival Venue Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia Summary The festival aims to develop exercise and healthy lifestyles in Russia. It includes a business conference, fi tness convention, aqua convention, trade show, kids’ marathon and aerobic championship. Web www.fitness-convention.ru


27–29 ❘ Australian Fitness & Health Expo Venue Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Sydney, Australia Summary Exhibition, seminars and training for the Australasian fi tness industry. Offering innovative training techniques, cutting- edge equipment, expert advice and live demonstrations and product launches. Web www.fitnessexpo.com.au


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2–3 ❘ SIBEC UK Venue Forest of Arden Marriott, Birmingham, UK Summary SIBEC UK brings together 120 of the most important and infl uential suppliers and buyers in the UK leisure, health and fi tness sector. Web www.sibec.co.uk


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