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diary JULY


13 ❘ International Council on Active Aging, UK Venue Woburn House Conference Centre, Tavistock Square, London Summary The US-based ICAA will hold its fi rst ever event in the UK this month. Topics will include active ageing and wellness. Tel +1604 734 4466 Web www.icaa.cc


14 ❘ The FIA FLAME Conference Venue Cheltenham Racecourse, Gloucestershire, UK Summary Also hosting the FLAME Awards, this conference will run alongside the FIA Industry Summit. Golf day on 13 July. Tel +44 (0)20 7420 8578 Web www.fia.org.uk


AUGUST


4–8 ❘ IDEA World Fitness Convention Venue Los Angeles, US Summary More than 5,000 international fi tness professionals attend this event, which aims to “inspire the world to fi tness”. Tel +1 858 535 8979 ext.7 Web www.ideafit.com


19–21 ❘ 29th Annual National Fitness Trade Show Venue Reno-Tahoe, Nevada, US Summary An annual trade show for health club owners, managers, fi tness directors and personal trainers. Tel +1 541 830 0400 Web www.nationalfitnesstradeshow.com


ICAA will hold its fi rst UK event, with topics including active ageing


28 august – 2 september ❘ World Leisure Congress Venue Kangwon National University, South Korea Summary The theme of this year’s conference is exploring how leisure activities can help in fi nding our identity. The event will run alongside the international World Leisure Games. Encompassing around 15 different sports – including wakeboarding, paragliding and sport fi shing – the games are expected to attract more than 15,000 competitors. Web www.worldleisure2010.org


SEPTEMBER


6–8 ❘ BASES Annual Conference Venue University of Glasgow, UK Summary This year’s BASES conference programme will feature high-profi le international speakers, with presentations of relevance to anyone with an interest in sport and exercise sciences. Web www.bases.org.uk/BASES-Annual- Conference


The FLAME Awards are part of the FIA FLAME Conference in July


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21–23 ❘ Leisure Industry Week Venue NEC, Birmingham, UK Summary LIW is the UK’s largest event for the out-of-home leisure sector: last year it attracted almost 13,000 delegates and more than 350 suppliers. The show is now sub-divided into seven sectors: Health & Fitness, Pool & Spa, Attractions Expo, Licensed Business Show, Eat & Drink, Leisure Facilities, and The Sport Show. IOU (Independent Operators Unite) also takes place at LIW. Web www.liw.co.uk


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