December 18th-20th 2014


Close relationship between science and sport

The Anniversary World Congress & Exposition, which is the first of its kind in the Kingdom of Bahrain, aims to define the close relationship that links science with sport, which emphasizes the importance of establishing such forums that seek to raise the level of athletic performance in the Kingdom and other countries.

It is consistent with the guidance of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the King of Bahrain, for our nation to embrace a number of conferences that support global trend in upgrading sports movement 

The conference, with its theme “Towards building a new sports system”, aims to keep pace with global developments to view the latest topics that are related to science and sports, in addition to discussing scientific and sport research, as well as useful academic studies that enrich sport and the athletes.

The conference also will feature discussions of scientific themes in key aspects of the sport development movement such as marketing, professionalism, physiology investment, genetics and the latest developments in fighting doping in the field of sport, in addition to other important topics.

This World Congress comes to Bahrain as per a response to the aspirations of the Kingdom and to achieve its vision, as well as to support the sustainable development process in the field of sport and building innovative perspective.

It also aims to achieve a leading role in the world of competitive sport, to promote opportunities for the exchange of experiences among researchers, experts and athletes, in addition to providing an opportunity for all the Bahraini and international sport representatives to take advantage of science sport that will take part in the conference due to the diversity of the featured scientific themes.

We hope that the conference will achieve the noble goals it was found for, and produce constructive cooperation between the Bahrain Olympic Committee and the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance, in reaching these objectives. 

I would like to welcome all the participants in the Kingdom of Bahrain and wish them every success in this conference.