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AS Quarterly Discuss Books and Global Sports

by | Aug 17, 2022

AS quarterly online meeting talk about global sports

The second AS Quarterly online gathering for 2022 was an hour and a half full of idea-generating activities. The event was hosted by intern Arkendu Banerjee, who specializes in sports nutrition, and project manager Kyra Dimaandal. Attendees of the event came from different parts of the global sports world. Guests were connecting from Europe, USA, Africa, and Asia. The event was also attended by none other than Adrenaline Solutions co-founders Marc Dagenais and Noli Ayo. 

The full list:

  1. Marc Dagenais
  2. Noli Ayo
  3. Akiko Thomson
  4. Elesa Zehndorfer
  5. Anahit Hovhannisyan
  6. Adrian O’Connor
  7. Gabby Severino
  8. Denise Kamyuka
  9. Host: Arkendu Banerjee
  10. Host: Kyra Dimaandal,

The July 21 event started with greetings and a breakout room question that would lead to fun ideas – “If you were to write a book, what would it be about?”. As the question was being stated, attendees of the event were jokingly requesting not to be grouped with Elesa Zehndorfer, a 5-time published author, including the thriller, Upload. Joking aside, the group had very interesting discussions. One discussion bore the idea of publishing a compilation journal of the travels of AS CEO Marc Dagenais’ global tour, who also happened to be the speaker for that occasion.

Marc shared his adventures for the past month – which was plenty because he was traveling to a different place almost every week. He talked about Coach Marc on the Road, his personal blog/vlog about the events and experiences of this year-long adventure. He gave importance to learning, unlearning, and relearning, and doing all these to a world that is adapting. 

The second breakout session asked the question “What do you think global sports will look like in 10 years?”. Most of the participants described the landscape to be non-discriminatory, safe, and unbiased. There was a common notion of global sports as one of the key factors to progress global development and how it can be a tool of social coherence and unity. 

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