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Presentation on "The spinal column of young athletes in ski racing" by Hans '''Spring''' of Switzerland can be found here[ftp://fis@ftp.fisski.ch/Youth%20Seminar%20Dublin%202005/Hans%20Spring.pps] Presentation on "The spinal column of young athletes in ski racing" by Hans '''Spring''' of Switzerland can be found here[ftp://fis@ftp.fisski.ch/Youth%20Seminar%20Dublin%202005/Hans%20Spring.pps]
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The FIS Youth and Children's Seminar 2005 was held in cooperation of the Irish Ski Association, the FIS Youth and Children's Committee, the FIS Medical Committee and the FIS Working Group Aid & Promotion in Dublin from 28th to 30th October.

The seminar program can be found here [1]

Presentation and information sheet on "school's initiativ for the establishment of a Kid's Village and Snow League of young children" by Vali Gadient of Switzerland can be found here [2]; [3]

Presentation on "Injury prophylaxis for young athletes" and "The knee joint of young athletes in ski racing" by Hubert Hörterer of Germany can be found here [4]; [5]

Presentation on "FIS Antidoping activities" by Sarah Lewis of International Ski Federation can be found here [6]

Presentation on "The spinal column of young athletes in ski racing" by Hans Spring of Switzerland can be found here[7]


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