International Stoke Mandeville Wheelchair Sports Federation (ISMWSF)
1952 Aylesbury UK
1952, Aylesbury (UK), as International Stoke Mandeville Games Federation (ISMGF), following a period of activity as a national organization. Present name adopted 1990. Merged with H-XC2584 - International Sports Organization for the Disabled (ISOD) to form B-XB0016 - International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS), Oct 2003.
Further the development of sports for the disabled from all parts of the world; provide increasing opportunities and universal standards for achievement at all levels; develop sport to the benefit of athletes with a disability.
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General Assembly of Nations (annual). Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Sports Science and Medical Officer, Regional/Development Officer, Marketing Officer, IT Officer, Sports Services Officer and Secretary General. Sports Officers and Sub-Sections for individual sports (9): Wheelchair archery; Wheelchair athletics; Cue sports; Wheelchair fencing; Wheelchair lawn bowls; Powerlifting; Wheelchair rugby; Swimming; Wheelchair Table Tennis. Sports Science and Medical Sub-Committee (SS and MC). Secretariat. Includes C-XD8575 - International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF), currently negotiating independence. Funding and marketing arm, Wheelchair Sports Worldwide Foundation, set up Sep 1998.
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