During the seventh European Sports Forum, which took place on November 6 and 7 in Rome, British triathlete Alister Brownlee emerged as the newly elected President of the Sports Commission of the European Olympic Committees (EOC). Representing the Sports Commission of the Montenegrin Olympic Committee (MOC) at this esteemed event was our very own tennis player, Danka Kovinić. The EOC Sports Commission plays a pivotal role in representing athletes from across Europe, and the presidential elections constituted a pivotal moment during the forum. The event was expertly organized with the generous support of Olympic Solidarity. Within the forum in Rome, an assembly was convened where the outgoing President of the EOC Sports Commission, Gerd Kanter, and the President of the Sports Commission of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Emma Terho, delivered comprehensive presentations on their respective commissions' activities. Furthermore, it was officially affirmed that all 50 European National Olympic Committees have established their Sports Commissions, diligently working to represent and support them. The election of Alister Brownlee as the President of the EOC Sports Commission opens up fresh avenues for elevating sports dialogue and facilitating the exchange of experiences among athletes spanning Europe. This development promises to make significant contributions to advancing and promoting sports across our continent.