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Zagreb, 6 December 2012 - The Seminar on "Sustainable Outdoor Sports Facilities", held with the financial support of the Olympic Solidarity of the International Olympic Committee on December 8th in the headquarters of the Croatian Architect’s Association in Zagreb, represented the last one in the series of international seminars on the topic - Transfer of knowledge on sports infrastructure in transition countries.

Zagreb, 6 December 2012 - The Seminar on "Sustainable Outdoor Sports Facilities", held with the financial support of the Olympic Solidarity of the International Olympic Committee on December 8th in the headquarters of the Croatian Architect’s Association in Zagreb, represented the last one in the series of international seminars on the topic - Transfer of knowledge on sports infrastructure in transition countries. Preceded by the Seminars on "Sustainable Public Swimming Pools and Ice Rinks" held in 2007 and "Sustainable Sports Halls and Stadiums" held in 2009, also held in Croatia in the competence of the Croatian Olympic Committee.

The host, Croatian Olympic Committee and Croatian Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management (CASLIM), under the guidance of the President of the Commission, the architect Kresimir Ivanis, hosted again a number of international and local experts with years of experience and results in the issues concerning complexity of building sports infrastructure.Among them was John Geraint, who spoke about the sustainable concept of XXX Olympics and post-Olympics legacy) and Bill Stonor (who spoke about planning on the example of the Olympic Centre Lea Valley in London).