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Post  Eduards Lapsiņš on Trešdiena 06 Aprīlis 2011, 22:40

News around The World Games

World Games Anti-Doping Rules in Compliance with WADA Code
LONDON. The International World Games Association has adjusted its
anti-doping rules to the current standards of WADA. The new version is fully
compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code. This is confirmed by Frédéric
Donzé, Director of WADA’s European Office and International Federations
Relations, at the General Assembly of the IWGA during the 2011 SportAccord
Convention in London. Board members Tom Dielen and Max Bishop in cooperation
with IWGA CEO Joachim Gossow had assumed the task to review the anti-doping
rules on behalf of IWGA. The IWGA member federations will be bound by these
rules, which will also apply to the 9th edition of The World Games 2013 in
Cali, Colombia.

A appoints Co Koren and Sue Harvey as Honorary Members
LONDON. The International World Games Association has honoured its former
executive board members Co Koren and Sue Harvey. On the occasion of the
Annual General Meeting at the 2011 SportAccord in London, President Ron
Froehlich appointed Co Koren as Honorary Vice President and Sue Harvey as
Honorary Member. At the 2010 AGM in Dubai both members of the executive
board did not stand re-election for age reasons. By awarding them the
honorary titles, the IWGA pays particular tribute to their achievements. Ron
Froehlich thanked both of them for having served The World Games Family. As
he put it, their long-term commitment contributed substantially to the
successful development of the multi-sport event. Sue Harvey from UK was on
the executive board from 2002 to 2010. She is already honorary president of
the International Orienteering Federation. Co Koren from the Netherlands has
been in contact with The World Games ever since the first edition of The
World Games in Santa Clara, USA in 1981. At that time he was still an
official of the Tug-of-War Federation. In 1983 he became a member of the
IWGA executive committee. From 1992 onwards he was the IWGA Secretary
General. He once said about his work: “I had my share.”

Launch of new website: www.theworldgames.org
LONDON. At the Annual General Meeting in London the International World
Games Association announces the imminent launch of its new website - under a
new domain. www.theworldgames.org takes gradually over from the present
site. After having revamped the present site under its current URL on a
number of occasions since it was first rolled out ten years ago, IWGA opts
for a total overhaul of its online presence over the coming weeks. Starting
this week, IWGA will softlaunch its new website under a new domain. 'The
World Games Dot Org' takes over gradually from this site, running parallel
for a number of weeks until this site is shut down by late May 2011. The
change of domain name is brought about by IWGA's efforts to use the definite
article with even greater consistency as THE distinguishing mark for its
games, which will henceforth be clearly identified as The World Games in all
its governing documents. Several new features will be added to the website
too: the integration of HD video clips from the IWGA YouTube channel 'The
World Games TV' and result archives for The World Games of the past to
mention just two.

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