UN Sustainable Development Goals
Organizations relating to Competitions
International Laser II Class Association
World Sailing / Est. 1907
European Economic Community Games
International Splash Class Association
International Dart 18 Class Association
North-Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation / Est. 1966
International Star Class Yacht Racing Association / Est. 1911
Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme / Est. 1904
Association of the International Olympic Winter Sports Federations / Est. 1976
Badminton Europe / Est. 1967
Panam Sports / Est. 1940
International Federation of French-Speaking Scrabble / Est. 1978
World Ninepin Bowling Association / Est. 1973
International Olympic Truce Foundation / Est. 2000
European Olympic Committees / Est. 1975
International Softball Federation / Est. 1952
International Committee of the Francophone Games / Est. 1988
World Schools Debating Championships / Est. 1988
Formula One Constructors Association / Est. 1964
ATP World Tour / Est. 1990
Pacific Games Council / Est. 1961
World Pro Skiing-Racers Association
Racing Commissioners International / Est. 1934
European Sled Dog Racing Association / Est. 1983
International Association for the One World Games
World Problems relating to CompetitionsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Politicization of international sports events
Gambling on sports and athletic competitions
National bias among judges of international athletic competitions
Unethical sporting practices
Deliberate lying by corporation officials
Aggressive commercial take-overs
Action Strategies relating to CompetitionsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
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