Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI)
Founded 14 Apr 1900. Included H-XH3091 - Permanent Bureau of International Sporting Federations, 31 May 1921 to 1936. Constitution modified 3 Sep 1965, San Sebastian (Spain), when the 'Fédération internationale amateur de cyclisme (FIAC)' and 'Fédération internationale du cyclisme professionnel (FICP)' were set up as constituent federations. From Jan 1993, these two federations were united in UCI, FIAC as H-XB1157 - Conseil du cyclisme amateur de l'UCI (CCA) and FICP as H-XC1987 - Conseil du cyclisme professionnel de l'UCI. The two Councils were disbanded in Oct 1997. Former English title: International Cycling Union.
Develop and promote all aspects of cycling without discrimination of any kind, in close cooperation with national federations and major associates; develop, regulate and control cycling; strengthen friendship between sportsmen in all countries without racial, political and religious or other discrimination.
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Congress (annual); Management Committee (meets 3 times a year); Executive Office. Also includes: G-XM0493 - World Cycling Centre (WCC).
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