Saturday, February 17, 2007
The FEI confirms the final details of the FEI World Endurance Forum to be held in Paris on 31 March and 1 April 2007.
FEI Endurance National Federations will be invited to send a delegation of up to three representatives to take part in the Forum which is organized at the start of a full review of the discipline of Endurance.
The Forum is part of a process, supported by the FEI President, H.R.H. Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, to plan the development of the sport over the next five years following its dramatic growth in recent times.
The Forum will have three main phases:
· 31 AM - An initial presentation by each of the nine FEI Regional Groups on their own visions of the future
· 31 PM - A working session for Delegates from the National Federations separated into Judges, Technical Delegates and Veterinarians
· 1 AM - A final session for all delegates who will receive presentations from each of the above three groups on matters raised during their individual sessions
The FEI Regional Groups will also be requested to submit names as candidates for an FEI working group to be established post forum that will, in consultation with National Federations, produce a 5 year plan for Endurance.
Detailed information on Hotels, timings, bookings and reservations can be found on the FEI web site – Endurance. Enquiries can be directed to Ms Emilie Leyvraz at the FEI Endurance Department – email@example.com
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