June 17, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The Fifth World Scholar-Athlete Games (WSAG), an initiative of the Institute for International Sport, opens on June 26 at the University of Hartford with objectives far different than the thousands of specialty camps that have sprung up throughout the United States.
What does WSAG stand for?
WSAG stands for World Scholar-Athlete Games
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We have 9 other meanings of WSAG in our Acronym Attic
- Warwick Student Arts Festival (University of Warwick; UK)
- Washington State Association of Fire Chiefs
- Willoughby South Athletic Facilities Foundation
- Western States Association of Faculty Governance (academic faculty conference)
- Washington State Association of Fire Marshals (Olympia, WA)
- Wall Street Athletic Group (Atlanta, GA)
- Washington Special Actions Group
- Waste Strategy Area Group (UK)
- When Skies Are Grey
- Working Study Advisory Group
- Western Sydney Area Health Service (Sydney, Australia)
- Wanger Stool Assessment Instrument (clinical research tool)
- Web Services Agent Integration (open source project)
- Williams Syndrome Association of Ireland (Galway, Ireland, UK)
- Workplace Safety Action Kit
- West Shore Art League (Ludington, MI)
- Wildlife Spatial Analysis Lab (University of Montana)
- Winston-Salem Astronomical League (North Carolina)
- Washington State American Legion Band
- Washington State Association of Letter Carriers
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The World Peace Summit and the 2011 World Scholar-Athlete Games will bring together students from around the world when it is convened June 26 at the University of Connecticut.
Junction City swimmer in international event Junction City High School's Jerry Diamond was one of 80 swimmers who participated in the World Scholar-Athlete Games, which ended Saturday in Kingston, R.
June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The campus of the University of Rhode Island is humming with activity this week as high school students from around the world begin arriving for the 2006 World Scholar-Athlete Games.
The World Scholar-Athlete Games are set to take place from June 24 through July 2 at the University of Rhode Island campus.