LESSN held its first meeting at the American University of Beirut. (The Daily Star/Finbar Anderson)
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The Lebanese Sports Scholar Network held its inaugural meeting Saturday at the American University in Beirut, bringing together a wide range of interested parties from around the field of sports sciences.Reiche believes that sports have the potential to affect numerous positive changes in Lebanese society. In order to help build interest and participation in sports, Reiche thinks that money should be invested at the grassroots level. Garabedian is positive about the future of Lebanon's next generation of athletes, but acknowledges that it will not be easy to return Lebanese sports to its heyday.
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