THE ENOS BACKGROUND
ENOS was established formally on 2nd October 2013 in Liptovsky Mikulas and aims to be a network organisation for the development, promotion, employment and management of outdoor sports across Europe. A management committee has been elected and will lead the network to fulfil the aims :
- Representing Outdoor sport in Europe
- Promoting the benefits of outdoor sports including physical and mental health and well-being, educational opportunities, economic development, European citizenship, environmental awareness and territorial development.
- Supporting the organisation and management of outdoor sports both on a national and transnational basis.
- Encouraging trans-national approaches to the recognition of leaders, instructors and coaches, to develop mobility and employment.
- Assisting initiatives that promote responsible and sustainable access and use of landscape, marine areas, habitats and eco-systems.
ENOS management committee and members
- Chairman: François Beauchard (CREPS Rhone Alpes – France)
- Vice Chairman: Maxine Gregory (Sheffield Hallam University – UK)
- Secretary: Mike Mc Clure (Sport Northern Ireland – UK)
- Treasureur: Andreas Thomaan (Munich University – German Ski Instructor Association – Germany)
- Communication: Eduard Ingles Yuba (National institute of physical education of Catalonia – Spain)
- Joao Zamith (Surf Club Viana – Portugal)
- Christian Boyer (French Federation Of Horse Riding – France)
- Julien Rebuffet – EO-MTBGing (European organisation of Guides and instructor of mountain bike / MCF France)
- Hervé Delambre – (FITE – International Equestrian Federation)
- Denis Boissiere (PRNSN – French National Outdoor Center – France)
THE EUROPEAN NETWORK PHILOSOPHY
The European Network of Outddor sports is devloping, promoting and managing the nature sports all over Europe.
ENOS was created during the Nature & Sports Euro’Meet 2011 held in Annecy (France) and during the Euro’Meet 2013 in Liptovsky Mikulas (Slovakia).
To represent nature sports by valuing physical and mental health, well-being, education, European citizenship, environmental awareness and territorial development. the outdoor sports.
We encourage cross-national approaches and the recognition of leaders, instructors and coaches to develop mobility and employment.