World Underwater Federation
Confédération mondiale des activités subaquatiques (CMAS)
Confederación Mundial de Actividades Subacuaticas
Founded 11 Jan 1959, Monaco. Statutes modified: 1960, Barcelona (Spain); 1967, Rome (Italy); 1969, Barcelona; 1971, Santiago (Chile); 1973, London (UK); 1975, Stockholm (Sweden); 1977, Brisbane (Australia); 1979, Monaco; Cancún (Mexico) 1980; 1982, Barcelona; 1985, Miami FL (USA); 1987, Malta; 1996, Rome; 2004, Rome.
Develop underwater activities; form bodies to instruct in the techniques of underwater diving and underwater sports; fin swimming, spearfishing, target shooting, photo safari, orienteering, hockey and rugby; perfect existing material; encourage inventions and experiment with newly-marked products, suggesting possible improvements.
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General Assembly. Steering Committee, consisting of 14 members and Steering Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, General Secretary, Treasurer, Committee Presidents. College of Elders (8); Honorary (7); College of Auditors (2); Committees (3): Scientific, Sports, Technical. Commissions (22).
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