Snezana Pajkic: Developing WinnersFebruary 27, 2012
If there is anyone in Serbian athletics who fits the description “one-woman band”, it is Snezana Pajkic.
In addition to serving as an honorary vice-president of the Athletic Federation of Serbia and a member of both the Women’s Committee and the Sport Committee of Serbia’s national Olympic committee, she is a driving force behind both an innovative talent development system and the country’s biggest athletics event, which involves nearly half a million people each year.
For her many contributions and almost super-human commitment to athletics, Snezana was named as her country’s winner of the 2011 European Athletics Women’s Leadership Award.
Volunteer Spotlight: Ronja EgsmoseFebruary 23, 2012
University student Ronja Egsmose of Denmark is the newest recipient of the European Athletics and UNESCO certificate recognising the volunteer work of members of the European Athletics Young Leaders Community.
Volunteer Spotlight: Fredrik RoalsøFebruary 16, 2012
Fredrik Roalsø is a guy on the go. A final year student working to complete his degree in engineering, he has recently moved to Kristiansand, Norway, where in addition to establishing himself in a new town, he is pursuing his passion for athletics by joining the local athletics club and coaching young athletes one day per week.