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2018 Dec 1st Infineon Cup "Integration Together" Special Olympics Floorball Invitational Tournament


上海青新青少年发展促进中心( Shanghai Future Youth Development Center)于12月1日成功举办了“英飞凌杯‘融·在一起’特奥旱地冰球邀请赛”。(英飞凌Infineon)

On December 1st, the Shanghai Youth Development Center successfully hosted the “Infineon Cup ‘Integration Together’ Special Olympics Floorball Invitational Tournament”.

比赛由青新青少年发展促进中心主办,英飞凌科技公司赞助,上海市特奥会担任指导,亚洲大洋洲软式曲棍球联盟青少年发展委员会(AOFC YDC)作为合作单位,共同开展。这次比赛是2018年5月份特奥旱地冰球联赛的本年度延续。

The competition was hosted by the Youth Development Promotion Center, sponsored by Infineon Technologies and supported by the Shanghai Special Olympics,jointly carried out by the Asian Oceania Floorball Confederation Youth Development Committee (AOFC YDC) as the partner. This competition is the continuation of the Special Olympics Floorball League in May 2018.


The competition consisted of 17 Special Olympics teams and 8 Integration teams from 14 schools in Shanghai and surrounding areas, as well as a South Korean Special Olympics team,nearly 200 registered athletes.Ms. Feng Meisun, President of International Special Olympics East Asia, Mr. Ching Sy Jeng, Vice Chairman of Asia Oceania Floorball Confederation, and Mr. Sun Yuanjie from Shanghai Youth Development Promotion Center attended the meeting and delivered speeches.Mr. Yuan Yong, the IFF Contest and Rules Committee reviewer, was also invited to introduce the official management agency - the China Sports Administration Floorball Association and announce that floorball officially changed its Chinese name to 软式曲棍球(Ruan Shi Qu Gun Qiu), as well as athlete grading standards. Representatives of various sponsor companies came to the site.


Each of the six groups won the first and second runners-up.The Korean team that participated for the first time also won the group championship.The competition also selected the best shooters, the best defensive and the best assistant players in each group.


At the opening ceremony of the competition, the “Special Olympics (Integration) Campus Floorball League” jointly sponsored by 8 schools was formally established, and the first batch of member schools/units reached as many as 17. The league aims to create a fusion sports platform to further promote the popularization and improvement of floorball in the general population, and to provide better development opportunities for the majority of participating youth.


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