Federazione Internazionale Cronometristi (FIC)
Fédération internationale des chronométreurs
International Timekeepers Federation
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1957-12-07 Monte Carlo Monaco
7 Dec 1957, Monte Carlo (Monaco), by adhering bodies of 7 countries, a Centro Internazionale Permanente per il Perfezionamento del Cronometraggio Sportivo, or Centro Internazionale di Cronometraggio (CIO), having been set up 8 Jun 1949. Most recent statutes adopted 1994, Rome (Italy). Also referred to in English as International Timekeeping Federation.
Standardize sports time-keeping procedures to comply with principles of universality and equality in sport and ensure reliable and effective time-keeping; foster collaboration among national federations and safeguard their common interests.
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Congress (General Assembly); Board of Director/Management Committee; Executive Committee; School of Timekeeping; Technical Commission; Permanent headquarters in Rome (Italy).
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