International Association of Organizers of Cyclo-Cross Organizers
Association internationale des organisateurs de courses cyclistes (AIOCC cross)
1956-09 Paris France
Sep 1956, Paris (France). Previously also referred to as International Association of Organizers of Cycle Competitions. Previously known under the acronym AIOCC and AIOCcross. Statutes adopted 19 Oct 1956; amended: Oct 1657, Milan (Italy); 18 Mar 1960, Milan; 28 Sep 1964; 11 Feb 1966; 25 Oct 1973; 24 Oct 1974; 22 Oct 1975; 17 Oct 1984, Paris; 26 Nov 1993; 13 Dec 1996, Paris; 18 Nov 2003, Aigle (Switzerland); 23 Oct 2008, Paris. Previously under the aegis of B-XB1779 - Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). Based in Eindhoven (Netherlands). Ceased to exist 1 Nov 2018.
Encourage, develop and safeguard the sport of cycling through cooperation among organizers in all countries where international events are held on roads or road circuits, except those events purely involving "heats" or "fairs".
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