BMX: "Training to Win" ambassador participates in the European BMX Championship and promotes the project

64e3b420 9457 4bbc 973c 460a05a4eb97The main goal of the Erasmus+ Sport program project "Training to Win" is to promote education and sports, paying special attention to the development of skills, as well as to the implementation of dual careers of athletes, that is, along with professional development in sports, they also get an education. To develop professionally and study at the same time, you need a lot of willpower, motivation, perseverance and determination. Renārs Auga, the ambassador of our project, is exactly like that. He has just returned from the European BMX Championship, which took place from July 8 to 10 in Dessel, Belgium.

Renars himself is not satisfied with the performance: "I couldn't get used to the track. I didn't get a start. I won two 2nd places and 6th place in the preliminaries. I was 3rd in the quarterfinals. In the semi-finals, the start didn't work out and I had to catch the other participants along the entire track. In the last turn, I got "stressed" and wanted to "to squeeze out" one of the French, but he understood my intention very well and cut off the road."

Although he did not succeed in winning the prize-winning place in the European BMX Championship, the Latvian team of the project is very, very proud of Renār's fighting spirit.

P.S. As an ambassador, Renard was up to the task and, wearing a project T-shirt, perfectly promoted Training to WIN at the European BMX Championship in Belgium.

Projekta partneri/project partners: CLUB BMX School - Zaragoza (Spain), Universidad San Jorge (Spain), Latvijas Sporta izglītības iestāžu Direktoru padome (Latvia), UVP - Federação Portuguesa de Ciclismo (Portugal), CEIPES (Italy), SZC - Slovensky Zvaz Cyklistiky (Slovakia), Malta Street Sports Association (Malta).

Project “Training to WIN” is co-funded by European Union.

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