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AIMS Congress

20 April 2016, 11am

AIMS Congress in Athens, Greece

Programme for 21st World Congress

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The programme for the 21st World Congress of AIMS in Athens on 10–12 November 2016 has been published.

Congress Day 1: Thursday 10 November (09.00–17.30)

  • Welcome by hosting authorities and AIMS President (09.00–09.30)
  • AIMS Business: Progress reports (09.30–11.00)
  • Coffee break (11.00–11.30)
  • Presentations by ASICS, Marathon Photos, R-bies (11.30–12.00)
  • Distance Running – what is the future?
  • Presentations by Carlo Capalbo (RRC Chairman), EAA speaker, AIMS Race directors from America and Asia (12.00–13.00)
  • Lunch (13.00–14.30)
  • International Institute of Race Medicine: Presentation by Stu Weiss (14.30–15.00)
  • Presentation of bids to host 22nd World Congress of AIMS (15.00–15.45)
  • Coffee break (15.45–16.15)
  • Discussion groups on “what is the future?” presentations (16.15–17.00)
  • Report-back to Congress floor (17.00–17.30)
  • Official welcome dinner at 20.00

Congress Day 2: Friday 11 November (09.00–18.00)

  • Introduction of candidates for Board positions (09.00–09.45)
  • Presentation (to be confirmed) (09.45–10.20)
  • Presentation by Alessandra Pairin on “Self-broadcasting technologies”(10.20–10.55)
  • Coffee break (11.00–11.30)
  • Voting for venue of 22nd World Congress of AIMS (11.30–13.00)
  • Lunch (13.00–14.30)
  • Presentation by Dr Kevin Dutton: “Why do runners cheat?” (14.30–14.50)
  • Interview with Diane Modahl: “When testing goes wrong” (14.50–15.10)
  • Q&A session (15.10–15.30)
  • Coffee break (15.30–16.00)
  • Presentation by Kyle Barber on “IAAF Testing protocols” (16.00–16.30)
  • Presentation by Yanis Pitsiladis on “An alternative testing process” (16.30–17.00)
  • Concluding remarks (17.00–17.15)
  • BMR Awards Dinner at 20.00

Saturday 12 November

  • Transport from Athens to Marathon (11.00–12.00)
  • Athens Marathon Opening ceremony at Tomb of the Fallen Warriors (12.30–13.15)
  • Congress photo (13.30–13.45)
  • Marathon Flame lighting ceremony (13.45–14.00)
  • Lunch at Marathon Lake (14.00–16.00)
  • Transport back to Athens (16.00–17.00)

Sunday 13 November: Race day: Athens Marathon – The Authentic

AIMS Business will consist of various reports from the Board to the Congress:

  • Progress report (Paco Borao)
  • Children’s Series report (Martha Morales)
  • Marathoneum report (Horst Milde)
  • Financial statement (Al Boka)
  • Website Report (Frank Baillie)

[as well as the voting for Board positions and next the Congress venue]

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