The Association for International Sport for All (TAFISA)
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1990-03-09 Stuttgart Germany FR
9 Mar 1990, Stuttgart (Germany FR), biennial 'Trim and Fitness' congresses having been held since 1969, Oslo (Norway). Original title: Trim and Fitness International Sport for All Association. Current title adopted, 1 Sep 2009. Office set up, 2005, Frankfurt-Main (Germany). As of end 2009, H-XD1233 - International Assembly of National Organizations of Sport (IANOS) merged into the organization.
Globally promote and facilitate access for every person to sport for all and physical activity; lobby internationally; provide and coordinate programmes and events; provide networking and experience transfer platforms.
Events2023 | Düsseldorf, Germany – Biennial Congress
2021-10-06 | Portoroz, Slovenia – Biennial Congress
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General Assembly; Board of Directors, consisting of President, 4 Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Secretary-General and 5 members. Regional bodies (3): D-XJ0917 - TAFISA Europe; D-XD7788 - Asiania Sport For All Association (ASFAA); TAFISA Africa; Pan-American Federation of Sport for All (PASFAF).
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