Yes, we did it again. We called for our second activity – a hike through the beautiful scenery of Vienna’s “Lainzer Tiergarten”. Thanks to brilliant people and amazing weather it was another great event.
Football fans around the globe are getting ready for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. To mark the occasion, Elements of Sport is shining the spotlight on the people in the stands. We talked with Matthew and Thomas, Lara Sophie (who is also a football player) and Michael (a sports photographer) about the fan community, the atmosphere in the stadium and the important role that fans play in live games.
Inspired by Ilse Dippmann, the initiator of the Austrian Women’s Run, and her ambition to get women and girls into running, we also decided to take part in this race – alongside 33,000 other women. Here‘s what our editor Viktoria experienced during her four weeks of preparation and on race day.
In this Expert Talk we are more than thrilled to chat with Ilse Dippmann, the founder of the Austrian Women’s Run. She tells us about her training routine, her passion for running marathons and why she hopes to inspire girls and women to take up the sport of running too.
16-year old Anabel is training hard to become a professional dancer. What once started with a tombola prize quickly developed into her passion and career choice. Why Latin dance? Because it chose her, Anabel believes.
In part 2 of our ‘closer look series’ on the importance of regeneration, we’re talking to sport physiotherapist Monika. She shares her therapeutic expertise on regeneration as an important tool to prevent injuries and boost your fitness levels.
Trying to up your training game? Consider adding a good break to your workout schedule. Regeneration is not only essential to improve performance, it is also a good tool to prevent injuries and support general well being.
A day full of sunshine and amazing people – we couldn’t have wished for more at our first event: a hike on Vienna’s mountains.
More and more women are taking to the saddle and discovering the joys of cycling. Although the sport is still dominated by men, gradually the boundaries are shifting. One reason for this is women’s bike clubs, a trend that is growing all over the world. So what motivates women to get together to pursue their passion on two wheels? We asked the founders of some of these clubs.