Thu, June 18, 2020

New Date Released for Sport Resolutions Annual Conference

New Date Released for Sport Resolutions Annual Conference

We wish to update you on our annual conference which was originally planned for April 30th 2020. We have been closely monitoring the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on our sector and wider society. Due to ongoing uncertainty around how industry events can take place going forward, with restrictions around crowd gatherings, travel and the continuation of social distancing, we have taken the decision to rearrange the date of our conference.

Our highest priority at Sport Resolutions is to ensure the safety and well-being of our guests, speakers and staff. We believe that the on-going situation and the attendant health risks means it will not be possible to hold our event during this calendar year.

We are, however, pleased to announce that the new date for our conference will be Thursday May 6th 2021 at the Royal Leonardo Hotel St Paul’s.

The panel topics for discussion on the day will be announced in due course.

If you are a confirmed delegate, you may choose from the following options.

  • Carry your ticket(s) from this year’s postponed event to the new date of May 6th 2021. Please note that you will be able to request a full refund up until 30 days before the conference day. Or; 
  • Request a refund now on Eventbrite and your ticket(s) will be refunded within 7 working days. (Please log into your account and click ‘Tickets’ to find your order). 

In the meantime we have started conducting webinars, and for more information on future events you can visit the " Training & Events" section on our website. We are also continuing to publish articles which you can find here

We are very much looking forward to holding our conference next year and hope to welcome you there. Until then we wish you all good health.


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