World Sports Foundation
1997 Saint Moritz Switzerland
1997, Saint Moritz (Switzerland). International organizations involved: A-XA0988 - Global Association of International Sport Federations (GAISF); C-XD0565 - World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI). Also referred to as Foundation World Sports Forum. Ceased to exist prior to 2016 and meeting organization taken over by WFSGI.
Enable members of the sports and sports related community to address the most pressing issues related to sports and its current and future impact on society in a nonpolitical, casual setting.
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Board of 11 members; Scientific Committee of 10 members.
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