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SLUAF Sports Delegation Visits Hungary and Czech Republic

Source: School of Physical Education and Health Contributor: International Exchange Office Text: Dong Furong Image: Dong Furong Design: International Exchange Office

On May 28, a 14-person municipal foil team of SLUAF, led by vice president Zhao Rongshan, visited Hungary and Czech Republic. The team successfully accomplished its tasks with desired effects.

During the visit, the delegation stopped by Hungary University of Physical Education, Hungarian Olympic Sports Center, Hungarian Sino-European Foundation of Chinese Culture and Education, Hungarian National Fencing Center, Hungarian National Gymnastics Training Center and Czech Fencing Association, and exchanged opinions with them regarding the cultural learning, training, competitions related to professional teams and university student fencing teams. They reached an intent of cooperation with regard to both the building of Central and Eastern European Sports Training Base in Hungary by SLUAF and the building of “Belt and Road Initiative” Central and Eastern European Teaching Training and Coach Education Research Base in Hungary by the Fencing Branch of the Federation of University Sports of China (FUSC).

During this visit, the main training base of the municipal foil team of SLUAF in Hungary is located in Hungarian Olympic Sports Centerin Tata, 66km away from Budapest. The training period of our foil team in the center coincided with the training schedule of Hungarian National Fencing Team, Ukrainian National Fencing Team and Greek National Fencing Team, who were preparing for the upcoming European Championship. Having the luck to engage in daily training and actual combats with these high-level national teams contributed a lot to the enhancement of our technical and tactical levels, to the exercise of our team and to our preparations for National Games in China and World University Games.

This exchange visit strengthened the professional cooperation between SLUAF and the fencing circle of Hungary, and opened a smooth channel and laid a solid basis for promoting the exchange of fencing experience, training and competitions in the future. The advantageous sports events of Hungary and Czech offer a promising cooperative space for us, and there are many sports training fields in which we can learn from their advanced ideas and methods. In future exchanges, we can explore the possibilities of launching more colorful bilateral and multilateral exchanges and cooperation through sports exchange, student activities and other cooperative programs. To sum up the achievements of this exchange visit, “We have gained desirable effects, made many friends in the fencing circle, learned abundant precious experience and scored cooperative achievements.”