International Trampoline Federation
Fédération internationale de trampoline (FIT)
1964. Last statutes adopted 20 Aug 1996, Vancouver (Canada); effective from 1 Jan 1997. Ceased to exist, 2000, when absorbed by B-XB2094 - Fédération internationale de gymnastique (FIG).
Promote the performance and further the development of trampolining, double mini-tramp and tumbling; organize world, intercontinental and continental championships and other FIT events and FIT events at the World Games; promote friendship in sport through international competitions; further the ideals of the Olympic movement.
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Congress (every 2 years at World Championships) comprises representatives of member federations and the members of the Executive and Technical Committees. Executive Committee, comprising Presidential Committee - President, Vice-President, Secretary General, Treasurer, President of Technical Committee (TC) - and 5 members; at least 2 members must be from non-European countries and all but TC President must be from different countries. Committees (3): Technical; Medical; Promotion. Continental/geographical groupings (sub-federations). Official seat at office of Secretary-General.
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