La Bocconi all’Euro Comillas

Il nostro miglior augurio ai ragazzi dell’Università Bocconi che capitanati da Arianna Magagnoli disputeranno questo splendido Torneo tra Università! Tra i nostri atleti partecipanti: Mattia Colombo (vincitore del Bocconi Tennis Tournament 2015), Carlo Buttini, Nicole Mingazzini (tesserata per il Tennis Rozzano). Lo scorso anno la gara femminile fu vinta da Ester Guerzoni della squadra femminile UniBocconi.

Participating Universities


After the great success of EuroComillas Madrid 2013 and 2014, BDJ Sports and the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas are very proud to present EuroComillas Madrid 2015 from the 19 to the 22 November 2015.

EuroComillas Madrid is a tournament between universities which is organized with the intention to promote sports and to stimulate the practice of sports in a university environment.

Objectives of the event EuroComillas 2015:

  • Promoting student travels from all over Europe and other countries to a central meeting point where students can experience different cultures and meet people.
  • Strengthening the union between students from different universities within Europe and other countries. Establishing an annual forum for the youth in Madrid based on respect and tolerance.
  • Stimulating the fair play and practice of competitive sports among youths.
  • Organizing fun and recreational activities in Madrid during the weekend.
  • But most important is that each team takes away a memorable experience.

After the great success of EuroComillas 2013 and 2014, in which 1.000 student athletes from more than 30 Universities of 20 different countries (France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania, Holland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Spain, Lebanon, Algeria, Russia, Portugal, Kazakhstan, Morocco, United Arab Emirates and Libya) were registered, we are sure that this new edition will continue proving EuroComillas Madrid as one of the best and most competitive University Sport Tournament in Europe.

Author: Tennis Olistico

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