Archive for the ‘Sports’ Category

22
Jun

Sports accident insurance

Written on June 22, 2017 by Campus Life in Other Activities, Sports

(*Spanish version below)

As most of health insurances do not cover accidents that occur while practicing sports, we have negotiated a special insurance policy with ARTAI and Metropolis Seguros for those of you who are active in sports. IMPORTANT: the insurance is only valid for sports practiced as part of the activities of IE sports clubs or for representing IE in sports tournaments, both inside and outside of Spain (within the EU).

IMPORTANT: the insurance may not cover all sports practiced at IE. Please check the following list to make sure that sports you practice are listed. In case your sport does not appear on the list, you may need an additional insurance to be fully covered.

American football
archery
Australian football
badminton
baseball
basketball
Basque pelota
Basque trinquete
body building
bowling
Canarian wrestling
cricket
cross-country race
decathlon
fencing
field hockey
figure skating
go-kart racing
golf
Greco-Roman wrestling
gymnastics
hand pilota
handball
harri-jasotze
ice hockey
indoor soccer
jai alai
judo
karate
kung-fu
Leonese wrestling
motorboat racing
Olympic shooting
orienteering
p adel
pentathlon
polo
road cycling
Roller hockey (quad)
rowing
rugby
sailing
snowboard
soccer
squash
surfing
swimming
table tennis
taekwondo
tennis
track and field / athletism
track cycling
triathlon
Valencian pilota
volleyball
waterpolo
weight-lifting
windsurf

The insurance costs 99.63€/year and will cover you for a full year from the day of hiring the policy. Please note that the policy will be automatically renewed after one year, unless cancelled.

Download the following document for information on sign-up and withdrawal process and on what to do in case of an accident.

Please check the attached document for detailed coverage information (in Spanish). 

Como la mayoría de los seguros de salud no cubren los accidentes derivados de la práctica deportiva, hemos acordado una póliza de seguro especial con Seguros ARTAI y Metropolis para aquellos de vosotros que practicáis algún deporte. Es muy importante que tengáis en cuenta que el seguro sólo es válido para deportes practicados como parte de las actividades de los IE Clubs o para representar a IE en torneos deportivos, tanto dentro como fuera de España (dentro de la Unión Europea).

MUY IMPORTANTE: el seguro no cubrirá todos los deportes practicados en IE. Por favor, comprueba la lista para asegurarte que el deporte que practicas está en la lista. En caso de que tu deporte no aparezca en la lista, deberías contratar un seguro adicional para estar totalmente cubierto.

Atletismo
Bádminton
Baloncesto
Balonmano
Beisbol
Bolos
Cesta Punta
Ciclismo En Carretera
Ciclismo En Pista
Criquet
Cross
Culturismo
Decatlón
Esgrima
Fútbol
Fútbol Americano
Fútbol Australiano
Fútbol Sala
Gimnasia
Golf
Halterofilia
Hockey Hielo
Hockey Hierba
Hockey Patines
Judo
Karate
Karting
Kung Fu
Levantamiento Piedra
Lucha Canaria
Lucha Leonesa
Lucha Greco-Romana
Motonáutica
Natación
Orientación
Paddle
Patinaje Artístico
Pelota/Mano
Pelota/Vasca
Pelota Valenciana
Pentatlón
Polo
Remo
Rugby
Snowboard
Squash
Surf
Taekwondo
Tenis
Tenis De Mesa
Tiro Con Arco
Tiro Olímpico
Triatlón
Trinquete
Vela
Voleibol
Waterpolo
Windsurf

El seguro tiene un coste de 99.63 euros/año y la cobertura duraría un año desde el primer día de contratación de la póliza. Por favor, ten en cuenta que si no cancelas la póliza, ésta se renovará automáticamente.

Para más información sobre la contratación y cancelación o cómo proceder en caso de accidente, descárgate este documento.

Por favor, revisa el documento adjunto para conocer todos los detalles sobre la cobertura.

3
Apr

What is Sports Management?

Written on April 3, 2017 by Campus Life in Professional, Sports

The Sports Management Club continued its events series with a presentation on what sports management is in a business context. The presentation was prepared and led by Eduardo Cantelli-Fernández, Sports Management Professor at IE, who was joined by our own Sports Management Club coordinator Corey Williams. What began as a presentation quickly led to a discussion based event featuring a multitude of questions from the audience about new trends, opportunities, how the various stakeholders operate, and any organizational differences among the leading sports. It was another great event with a great turnout for 2017!

21
Mar

IE Winter Regatta

Written on March 21, 2017 by Campus Life in Sports

The IE Sailing Club celebrated the 5th year of the IE Winter Regatta in Lanzarote, with temperatures reaching the 30ºC! This year the number of participants increase almost 100%, from 50 to 95 participants. Four European top business schools participated in this year’s edition: LBS, INSEAD, RSM and IE! Many beginners had the chance to try for the first time this incredible sport  that promotes team building and can be practiced at any age. Definitely it was a weekend to remember and repeat once again in 2018!! A big thank you to our sponsors: Campus Life, Global Alumni Relations and Hotel Costa Calero!

21
Mar

Sports Marketing in the B2B Context

Written on March 21, 2017 by Campus Life in Professional, Sports

The Sports Management Club kicked off its 2017 event series with an in depth look at how clubs, marketing firms, and businesses from every other sector interact. Rayde Luis Baez, Managing Director at Weirather, Wenzel, and Partner, and Eduardo Cantelli-Fernández, Sports Management Professor at IE, joined students for an engaging question and answer session about how sports marketing happens. Afterwards, both new and current students were able to mingle and create new connections during the networking event sponsored by the Career Management Center. It was a great start to 2017!

23
Feb

IE Rugby Club February Match

Written on February 23, 2017 by Campus Life in Sports

In the beginning of the cold month of February, IE Rugby Club had the opportunity to open the 2017 season with a very active celebration of our beloved sport in Madrid. It was a great chance for our teams and members to put in practice the skills and energy that we enhance and display at weekly trainings.

The day started with an amazing performance of our Touch team against the Capital Touch of Madrid. IE Rugby Club is a coed mixed club that prides itself and promotes, as one of the core fundamentals, the inclusion of the whole of the IE family around the idea of rugby community, personal development and fun. Touch is a non-physical version of traditional rugby that is based on speed, team coordination and agility and is an extremely fast and fun game to play. Both boys and girls play in the same team and many of our members are first time players and are able to actively participate in the club and games thanks to Touch. The Touch Rugby is also a major sport of the upcoming Spring Games and MBAT, and we are actively training (a lot of talent in the team) to become the European Touch Champions among MBA schools in both competitions!

The day was followed by a classical full contact clash against our traditional foe (and comrades, on the good practice days ) – Lions Rugby Club of Madrid. The match, despite having a friendly character, turned out to be a very intense and hard fought match, in the very best rugby traditions. Despite having only practiced for a few times since the start of new semester and incorporating the members from the new intake, IE showed tremendous heart, energy, will and coordination. The amount of talent and determination showed by the team was inspirational. We had, in the end, to accept an honorable defeat by the Lions, who put up a hell of a game, but within our ranks it rather felt like a win. What was truly remarkable is the that many of the players had just recently started with the club and in Rugby overall! This also highlights our feature of accepting all interested, regardless of the level, we will provide the training and help to learn the sport. The main purpose of the club is again community and participation. Rugby 7s (a version of the full-contact game) is also the major sport at Spring Games and MBAT and we are looking forward to defend the title of the MBAT champions this year!

The day ended with a traditional 3-rd half organized by the Lions where we had quite a few beers, shared some laughs and “war” stories. This is arguably the best part of the day when we got to appreciate each other’s company, the Club, the rugby culture, make some new friends and enjoy a great party which carried well into the night!

The IE Rugby Club has a very active season ahead, with games (all of them trips outside Madrid – great option to travel with awesome people) scheduled in March in Segovia, Barcelona (Spring Games) in April and Paris (MBAT) in May along many other events. If you would like to join the team or at least to learn some more, please do not hesitate to contact any of the officers via Campus Life, anywhere at IE and in one of our events!

By Alejandro Pereda Shulguin
IE Rugby Club Coordinator

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