The articles published in this volume come from the Second World Congress in Sports Management which was held on June 2007 at the University of Peloponnese, Department of Sport Management in Sparta, Greece. During the archaic and classical period Sparta was a very powerful city–state because it had a particular educational system (agogy) which depended on physical exercise but included arts, philosophy and science too. The modern University of Sparta is following such ancient tradition because it understands today as well as yesterday that a nation becomes a great power only if moulds strong men and women in the body and in the mind.Pantelis Konstantinakosis, Associate Professor in the Department of Sports Management, at the University of Peloponnese, Sparta, Greece. He has written books, such as “The organization of sport in Greek society” and has published many scientific articles. His topic is Sociology of Sport and Leisure.Rosanna Iembo, mathematician, is member of the International Institute of Informatics and Systems, Orlando, Florida, USA; the Mathematical Association of America, Washington DC, USA; Italian Group of Modelling and Simulation (MIMOS), Turin, Italy; Faculty of Engineering, University of Calabria, Italy. She has been reviewer for World Conferences in USA and is reviewer for Zentralblatt MATH , Berlin, Germany. She has very much publications and has held conferences in European, American, Indian, Universities.Contributions of Andresakis D., Avgerinou V., Chatzigianni E., Douvis J., Iaccarino I., Iaccarino M.R., Iembo R., Gavriilidis A., Gdonteli K., Georgiadis K., Konstantinakos P., Koukoumbiki E., Mountakis K., Papadimitriou E., Papadopoulos A., Papapostolou M., Psarakis P., Tremouli M., Xania M.
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