WHO WE ARE
United Through Sports (UTS) is an alliance of many organisations and people working together through sports, to bring inclusion, unity and equality to the world.
WHAT WE DO
UTS brings people together working towards unified goals which place youth at the centre. Together we take positive steps forward towards reducing challenges including discrimination and inequality.
We organise different events in which youth, sport and education are central. We unite to ensure that every child has an opportunity on the playing field of life.
Slovenia – During the Youth World Championships Savate and World Cup held 22-25 June, the International Savate Federation (FISav) and United Through Sports signed a Memorandum of Understanding. FISav is a member of the AIMS umbrella group amongst 21 international federations under the leadership of President Stephan Fox. AIMS works to strengthen each sport, share knowledge, and works in close cooperation with the IOC towards receiving full IOC recognition. The President of FISav Julie Gabriel, has been a firm supporter of UTS since inception. FISav has contributed towards 5 editions of the UTS World Youth Festival and built a strong …
Cluj-Napoca, Romania – At first, “Powerlifting” might bring to mind images of bodybuilders and the act of lifting weights. However, there’s much more to this sport than meets the eye. It’s a discipline where strength, diversity, and the interplay of both mind and body take center stage. The sport is built on the foundation of three key exercises: squat, bench press, and deadlift and where powerlifting requires maximum focus, precision and power. The UTS team had the remarkable opportunity to witness the prowess of the world’s top youth powerlifters at the World Sub-Junior & Junior Championships held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. From …
Chengdu, China – Beyond the realm of competition, FISU actively nurtures the potential of young journalists through their Young Reporters Program. This year 12 international Young Reporters as well as 12 coming from China were selected and invited to the University World Games to support the competitions on all FISU platforms. Their contributions included daily recaps, featured articles, social media content and television interviews. This initiative is part of FISU’s Young Reporter Program. This programme invites journalism students and recent graduates in their twenties from various continents to participate in the multi-sport event, offering full access to venues and the …