A science symposium, titled «Coach-Educator: a multifunctional role in the modern sporting scene” was held at the Municipal Art Gallery of Piraeus on Tuesday, the 23rd of April 2013 at 6:30 pm.
The symposium was organized by OIELE (Greek Private Educators Federation), the Organization of Culture, Sports & Youth of the Municipality of Piraeus and the Hellenic Association of Olympic Winners.
The symposium, held under the auspices of the Municipality of Piraeus and the ESOA (Olympic Games Participants’ Union).
Personalities from various fields -sports, education, politics and journalism- were honored.
The President of OIELE, M. Kouroutos attended the event, as well as the vice-President of OIELE and National Fencing coach, D. Kazaglis, the Ministry of Sports General Secretary, K. Giannakidou the President of the Athens’ Department of Physical Education (TEFAA), S. Athanasopoulos and President of the Greek Paralympic Committee, G. Foundoulakis.
Zeta Theodorakopoulou (MEGA channel’s journalist) coordinated the event and addressed Pashalidis’s tri-anthropo-types innovation presented by Anastasia Stathopoulou,child psychiatrist.
George Pashalidis’s research project was watched with great interest by sport technicians, coaches, athletes, the Chairman of Athens’ Department of Physical Education (TEFAA), Physiotherapy Professor Sp. Athanasopoulos and Athens’ University Professor Mrs. Xenia Argeitaki, who expressed their wish to present the innovative model tri-anthropo –type in the wider world of sports through science workshops.