Join  Mission 89 Supported By AIMS and UTS  In The “#NOTINOURGAME” Ball Juggle Challenge

Dear Colleagues, and Friends, I trust this message finds you in good spirits in these challenging times. We would like to continue both with UTS and AIMS on our growing collaboration with mission 89 and join forces for the upcoming campaign. We very much hope that we all can stand together. Let us not be

WADA publishes Guidelines and Application Procedure for Exemption concerning Retired Athletes Returning to Competition

Please take note that in accordance with World Anti-Doping Code (Code) Article 5.6.1, which concerns retired athletes returning to competition, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the following documents on its website: Exemption Application Guidelines for determining whether an exemption is warranted; An Exemption Application Procedure, which aims to provide guidance to athletes and ADOs

Olympic Day 2022: Sport as a bridge in a divided world

On Olympic Day, while the world is moving together for peace, International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has reiterated the role sport can play in building bridges in our divided world and in promoting global solidarity.  The Olympic Games, which unite the entire world in peaceful competition, are a powerful symbol of peace,” said President Bach. “Our

2022 Asian Taekwondo Championships Kicks off in Chuncheon, South Korea

The beautiful city of Chuncheon, in the heart or Korea is the world center for Taekwondo this week. Thirty-six Asian countries and over 700 athletes have come together in this post-pandemic event celebrating Taekwondo as the pride of Korea and a gift to the world. The opening ceremony once again demonstrated all aspects of Taekwondo

Thailand is hosting the Ju Jitsu World Championships: Thailand Open Grand Prix and the Regional U18

The Ju Jitsu Federation, the Ju Jitsu Asian Union and the Ju Jitsu Federation of Thailand is hosting the Ju Jitsu Championships at one of the most prestigious venues, Rangsit University.The event will start with the traditional referee seminar, Thailand 2022 followed by the event which will finish on Sunday the 19th. It then will

Germany wins gold at the Men’s European Fistball Championships in Kaltern and is once again top favorite for The World Games

With a 4:1 (11:7, 11:6, 9:11, 11:7, 11:7) victory against Austria, the German men’s national Fistball team defended its title at the European Championships in Caldaro (ITA) (June 9-12, 2022). For six players from the squad of national coach Olaf Neuenfeld it was the first European Championship title. Almost 2,000 spectators watched the European Fistball


TO COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO The International Jump Rope Union and the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation to host 3,000 participants from 30 countries at Robson Arena in Olympic City USA VIDEO: Announcing the 2023 World Jump Rope Championships June 8, 2022 – (Springboro, Ohio) – The International Jump Rope Union, the international federation for the sport

GAISF President and Vice President Site visit In The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The kingdom of Saudi Arabia will host the 2023 World Combat Games which is more than a sporting event. It is a festival of cultural, educational and sporting exchange. The 9-day event will see 15 GAISF members from ASOIF, ARISF and AIMS families participating. The event will hold competitions, conferences, exhibitions, martial arts workshops and

Congratulations to World Taekwondo

A special celebration took place in Uzbekistan when the GAISF Vice President and AIMS President Stephan Fox was invited to honor Uzbekistan’s first Olympic Gold Medal winner in Taekwondo, Ulugbek Rashitov made history in Tokyo at the age of 19 with an outstanding performance in the final taking the gold medal. Stephan Fox, who is