World Masters Athletics (WMA)
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1977, Sweden, as World Association of Veteran Athletes (WAVA). Subsequently merged with sister organization, H-XD3930 - Welt Interessen Gemeinschaft Alterer Langstvecken Läufer (IGAL), retaining the original title. Current title adopted 1997. Registered in the Principality of Monaco.
Develop, regulate, promote and manage all aspects of the sport of athletics for master athletes at world level.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Council; Committees (7); Regional organizations (6): D-XD9101 - African Masters Athletics (AFMA); D-XD7231 - Asia Masters Athletics (AMA); D-XD9102 - Association of South American Veteran Athletics (ASUDAVE); D-XD7232 - European Masters Athletics (EMA); E-XD3692 - North and Central American and Caribbean Regional Association of WMA (NCCWMA Regional Association); G-XG0550 - Oceania Association of Master Athletes.
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