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The Alliance of Independent recognised Members of Sport (AIMS) was found in 2009 by the 23 non- IOC…

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The Alliance of Independent recognised Members of Sport (AIMS) was found in 2009 by the 23 non- IOC recognised members of SportAccord and is the fourth group in SportAccord along side ARISF, ASOIF and AIOWF. The aims of AIMS is to strengthen each individual sport, combine expertise, share knowledge and maintain close cooperation with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), so that the individual sport will achieve official recognition from the IOC. 

Kickboxing Thailand Inauguration
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Kickboxing Thailand Inauguration

Kickboxing Thailand Inauguration                      Thailand’s national sport is Muaythai but it has a long history in kickboxing with legends like Changpuk competing in the K1 events in Japan against opponents much heavier such as Ernesto Host, Rob Kaman and Branko Cikatic. Or the late Nokvit, giving […]

IOC YOUNG LEADERS: ADDRESSING THE INCLUSION OF YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH FOOTBALL
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IOC YOUNG LEADERS: ADDRESSING THE INCLUSION OF YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH FOOTBALL

Gee Won Yoo, an IOC Young Leader from South Korea, created the Dream Cup Project, which provides access to sport to young people from underprivileged communities. Through this project and her passion for sport and Olympism, Gee Won hopes to inspire the next generation of kids playing and learning through sport. PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF AND […]

GAISF AND KELLERHALS CARRARD HOST WEBINAR FOR INTERNATIONAL SPORTS FEDERATIONS ON COMPETITION LAW
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GAISF AND KELLERHALS CARRARD HOST WEBINAR FOR INTERNATIONAL SPORTS FEDERATIONS ON COMPETITION LAW

GAISF and Kellerhals Carrad yesterday hosted a webinar for International Sports Federations (IFs) on competition law and the athlete eligibility landscape within the European Union and abroad. Over 57 of GAISF’s Members registered for the webinar which consisted of an introduction by Kellerhals Carrard Partner and Co-Founder Dr Francois Carrard, along with presentations by other […]

IFA Invites All AIMS Member Federations to Participate in the IFA Policy Forum
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IFA Invites All AIMS Member Federations to Participate in the IFA Policy Forum

Within the framework of exchange of ideas and best practice IFA invites all AIMS member federations to participate in the IFA Policy Forum on Tuesday, March 30, at 6 P.M. (European time). Please register by email to registration@ifa-fistball.com All registered attendees will receive an MS Teams link to participate in the evaluation and discussion. The IFA approved […]

FITEQ OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES PARA TEQBALL
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FITEQ OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES PARA TEQBALL

FITEQ officially launches para teqball The International Teqball Federation (FITEQ) is delighted to announce the official launch of para teqball, paving the way for elite parasport athletes to excel in international competitions and for grassroots players all around to be inspired to try the world’s fastest growing sport. The official launch is headlined by the […]

Happy Birthday Federation Internationale de Savate
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Happy Birthday Federation Internationale de Savate

Federation Internationale de Savate is the world governing body for the sport and the art of Savate. Savate, has a long history and it was in 1985 that FISav was born to unify Savate around the world. This year FISav is celebrating 36 years and has developed into a recognised and respectable federation, with national […]

S.W.E.E.P. International Conference
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S.W.E.E.P. International Conference

Sport is one of the most powerful platforms for promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls and the IOC has been leading the way in gender equality. The IOC has followed through on this commitment to use sport to advance the well-being and the rights of women and girls around the world. The agenda 2020 has had such a positive impact, not […]

THE GENDER OF A COACH SHOULDN’T BE IMPORTANT
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THE GENDER OF A COACH SHOULDN’T BE IMPORTANT

By Sir Andy Murray, two-time Olympic champion in tennis On the occasion of International Women’s Day, and just a few days after the IOC made landmark decisions demonstrating that gender equality is a reality at the Olympic Games, British tennis star and two-time Olympic champion Andy Murray shares his views on the role that women, including his […]

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