Fédération internationale de gymnastique (FIG)
International Gymnastic Federation
Federación Internacional de Gimnasia
1881-07-23 Liège Belgium
Founded 23 Jul 1881, Liège (Belgium), by the Belgian national association, as Fédération européenne de gymnastique (FEG). Previously also referred to as Bureau des fédérations européennes de gymnastique. Present name adopted 7 Apr 1921. Has taken over activities of H-XD1551 - International Federation of Sports Acrobatics (IFSA) and H-XC4434 - International Trampoline Federation.
Develop the practice of gymnastics; organize championships, participate at Olympic Games.
Events2021-10-29 | Antalya, Turkey – Congress
2021-05-20 | Swakopmund, Namibia – Meeting
2020-10-23 | Antalya, Turkey – Congress
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Congress; Council (meets annually); Executive Committee; Technical Committees (7); Commissions (12); Appeal Tribunal; Foundation Council.
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