1 – The 5th Edition
Being the 5th Edition it brought something more special to this year’s Edition. The effort from the EU Commission in investing in such an important cause is finally bearing the fruit as more and more Europeans are opting for a more active lifestyle. We’re proud to say that this trend is also showing in Malta.
2 – More Participation, More Events
SportMalta organised more events for the 5th edition, with the Flagship event at the beginning of September, the main event at Zejtun, the Dance Night at Paola and the #BeActive night at Kirkop.
3 – Dance Event in Paola
Without a doubt the best event we had this year. We turned the Paola square into a #BeActive dancefloor. Kicking off with Salsa and Zumba, we finished off with line dancing for a truly fun and active night.
4 – Jake Vella as EWOS Ambassador
Jake is a remarkable person and has inspired so many people of all ages with his determination and story. Jake Vella joined us as one of the ambassadors to help us with our effort to influence more and more children of his age to start with an active lifestyle.
5 – Malta is getting #BeActive
During the last Eurobarometer report, Malta has shown the best increasing rate of people starting to get active and healthy. Still, a long way to go, but quite encouraging results that continue to inspire us at SportMalta to continue to develop the European Week of Sport and the #BeActive campaign.
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