11 TIMES CHAMPIONS OF MALTA
Seasons 1993-1994 « 1994-1995 « 1995-1996 « 1996-1997 « 1998-1999 « 2000–2001 2004-2005 « 2011-2012 « 2012-13 « 2013-14 « 2014-15
Ftit tal-granet ilu, gie fi tmiemu l-stagun tat-Table Football u kif gara f’dawn l-ahhar snin, il-membri tal-Valletta Subbuteo Club rebhu l-maggoranza tat-titli nazzjonali, li gew organizzati mill-Malta Table Football Sports Association.
Ghar-raba darba konsekuttiva, Samuel Bartolo gie inkurunat Campjin ta’ Malta. Samuel rebah il-kampjonat Premier minghajr ma tilef loghba w irnexxielu jerbah 62 punt, min total ta 66. Dan l-stagun, Samuel rebah ukoll il-kategorija Open tal-FISTF Grand Prix li gie organizzat gewwa Malta, ic-Challange Cup organizzata mill-MTFSA w kien finalist fil-kompetizzjoni Knock Out.
Fil-kategorija ta taht id-dsatax il-sena, Andrew Abela rebah il-kampjonat nazzjonali. Din hija l-ahhar sena ta’ Andrew f’din il-kategorija w irnexxielu jerbah ukoll iz-zewg FISTF International Open w anke l-FISTF Grand Prix ta’ Malta.
Jason Pisani gie dikjarat campjin fil-kategorija veterani, ghat-tieni darba, f’dawn l-ahhar erba’ snin. Dan l-stagun ukoll, Jason irnexxielhu jerbah il-kategorija veterani fil-FISTF International Open li gie organizzat f’Malta.
Fil-kompetizzjoni tat-timijiet, il-Valletta Subbuteo Club irnexxielu jerbah kemm il-kampjonat, kif ukoll in-Knock Out. Apparti dawn iz-zewg kompetizzjonijiet, il-klabb rebah ukoll il-FISTF Grand Prix ta’ Malta. Dawn it-tlett kompetizzjonijiet gew mirbuha bla telfa.
A few days ago, the Table Football season came to an end and the Valletta Subbuteo Club players, once again proved their worth by winning most of the national honours, that where organised by the Malta Table Football Sports Association.
Samuel Bartolo, for the fourth consecutive season, was crowned champion of Malta. Samuel won the MTFSA Premier division unbeaten and only dropped 4 points, out of 66 available. He also won the MTFSA Challange Cup, the Open category of the FISTF Grand Prix of Malta and was finalist in [...]
OLYMPIC DAY RUN 2015 PARTICIPANTS
are kindly asked to pick up their certificates from the MOC premises: National Swimming Pool Complex, Maria Teresa Spinelli Str, Gzira, from Monday 13th July onwards between 9.00 – 12.30 (Monday to Friday) and between 15.30 – 20.00 on Mondays and Wednesdays
2015 FIM-EUROPE’ CONGRESS IN MALTA by ASMK
During this week the Assocjazzjoni Sport Muturi u Karozzi (ASMK) will be organizing the 20th edition of the ‘2015 FIM-Europe Congress’ in Malta at Hotel Excelsior. This great event officially starts on Thursday 2nd July to Saturday 4th July with the participation of about 300 delegates from the 47 member European Federations. Representatives of the International Federation of Motorcycles (FIM) will also be present.
During the congress the FIM-E Commissions will be discussing the various subjects with regards to the Management, European Motorcycling Sporting Championships including International events as well as other events related to Road Racing, Drag Racing, Motocross, Supermoto, Enduro, Trials, Track Racing, Vintage Motorcycles, the Environment, Touring and the use of motorcycles as a means of transport.
The 3 day program includes no less than 17 different workshops with regards to the different disciplines. Yet the Safety Commission which is in the 9th year officially running as a stand alone commission will be discussing and presenting issues related to the theme chosen for this year which is – ‘the development of electronics on motorcycles both on the machine itself and when driving the motorcycle on the road as well as in Sports’. During this session Transport Malta will be presenting the local situation with regards to motorcycling in Malta. Anybody interested to attend this session on Friday 3rd July at 4: 30pm in Hall Bellavanti at the Hotel Excelsior in Floriana is kindly invited to apply by sending an email to email@example.com
The conference will be concluded on Saturday 4th July afternoon when all delegates meet together and vote for decisions discussed and taken by the several commissions. Such decisions will start being implemented in the coming year. [...]
Jan, Henri, Filip, Lara, Oskars– these are five of 50 ambassadors which are selected as young ambassadors for the prePLAY project, a doping-prevention project in 5 European countries, which is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The main responsibility of the young ambassadors will be to conduct doping prevention and awareness-raising activities in their respective countries with a main focus on grassroots level sports and athletes.
The recruitment process for the young ambassadors started in March 2015 when the National Anti-Doping Organisations of Slovenia, Latvia, Estonia and Croatia and the Maltese Olympic Committee started publicising for appropriate candidates. Criteria for becoming an ambassador were (initially) being between 18 and 22 years old, which was later expanded, and either being a former athlete or having some other experiences in sports. Candidates must also be good communicators, should have a very good management and teamwork skills and should be highly motivated to work as a young ambassador on a voluntary basis.
Based on reviews of candidates’ resumes and individual interviews, each project partner has selected 10 ambassadors. After the recruitment of the young ambassadors, each of the five project partners organized and initial meeting and seminar. The purpose of the meeting was that the ambassadors got to know each other and received basic information about the national and international anti-doping programme and the ambassadors’ role in the prePLAY project.
Before the young ambassadors start conducting doping-prevention and awareness-raising activities in schools, sport clubs and during sport events in the second half of 2015, they will meet for a 5-day educational camp in Portorose, Slovenia, next month. The aim of the camp is to disseminate knowledge about the fight against doping among junior ambassadors and to improve [...]