During the European Sports Week, BMC Business Center will become a sports and solidarity space with Afydad. In the hall of the building, there will be a stationary bike tournament among all registered companies, where all interested parties can participate.
European Sports Week (SED) or European Week of Sports (EWoS) is an initiative of the European Commission to promote sport and physical activity throughout Europe. It is a week for everyone, regardless of age or physical condition, in which different activities have been programmed to promote sports and integrate it into our daily lives.
AFYDAD & BMC support the initiative and organize from September 25 to 27 the 1st cycling tournament, hand of Salter and Volava, between BMC companies with the aim of promoting sports practice at work and generating a dynamic and synergistic environment among the workers of each company. There will be a ranking of the 10 companies that have spent more minutes pedaling during each day, creating a tournament to show that your company is the most fit of the BMC.
In addition to promoting the practice of sport, healthy habits and networking between companies, we will also do so in solidarity. All the benefits obtained with the inscriptions will go to the Relatos Solidarios del Deporte initiative, which this year will allocate all contributions to Fundación Pare Manel.
People like to be rewarded for our efforts and that is why we will conduct a raffle among all participants with different prizes linked to sport. AFYDAD and BMC have the support of several companies in the sector that have become the protagonists of the tournament:226ers, Bestial Wolf, Boreal, Brasileras, Bubel Barcelona, Coolcasc, Equilibrium, KrF The New Urban Concept, Jeanstrack, Laken, Matt, MundSocks, Original Buff, OXD, Rinat, Tenaya, Trangoworld.
From AFYDAD and BMC we encourage everyone to participate in the European Sports Week, and to organize your own actions and events to promote sports. Remember that you can promote the actions organized during that week with the hashtag #BeActive and register your activity on the website of the Higher Sports Council.