POSTED: July 11th 2013

SportAccord Convention 2014 to be held in Belek, Turkey

CHAD WISE / Sports Features Communications

(SFC) The Susesi Resort in Belek, Turkey, one of the biggest and most modern congress centres in the Mediterranean, will host the 2014 SportAccord Convention from 6-11 April 2014, SportAccord Convention announced Wednesday.  

“We are proud to be able to provide a superb location for SportAccord Convention in Belek / Antalya next year,” SportAccord 2014 Local Organising Committee and Turkish National Olympic Committee President Ugur Erdener said. “Not only are the facilities excellent, the great natural beauty of the coastal setting will ensure that the first SportAccord Convention in Turkey will be a very enjoyable one.”

Belek / Antalya will host the 2013 WORLD Archery Championships and the Turkish Airlines Ladies Golf open on the Ladies European Tour, while it held the Turkish Airline World Golf Final in 2013, the country’s largest-ever golf tournament.

SportAccord Convention offers international sporting leaders the opportunity to engage with business, with an exhibition and annual general meeting of governing bodies of world sport.

“Our event in Belek / Antalya next year will enjoy the advantage of having a top-flight congress centre adjoining the main Convention hotel,” SportAccord Convention Managing Director Nis Hatt said. “The convenient set-up will be ideal for networking in a very comfortable atmosphere that’s both spacious and easy to get around, and there will be more accommodation in other first-class resort hotels nearby.”

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