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Organizations relating to Athletics

International Rope Skipping Federation / Québec QC, Canada / Est. 1983
Southeast Asian Gymnastics Confederation / Kajang, Malaysia
African Triathlon Union / Lagos, Nigeria / Est. 1993
Weightlifting Federation of Africa / Tunis, Tunisia / Est. 1978
International Federation of Aesthetic Group Gymnastics / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 2003
North American Powerlifting Federation / Davie FL, USA / Est. 2000
Pacific Alliance of National Gymnastic Federations / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1981
Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation / Pétion-Ville, Haiti / Est. 1966
Asian Triathlon Confederation / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1991
Asian Powerlifting Federation / Bihar, India / Est. 1984
Asia Masters Athletics / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1986
Nordic Weightlifting Federation / Trondheim, Norway
South American Athletic Confederation / Manaus, Brazil / Est. 1918
African Powerlifting Federation / Sun Valley, South Africa
Pan-American Rope Skipping Federation
African Masters Athletics / Est. 1994
Oceania Triathlon Federation / Sydney NSW, Australia
European Masters Athletics / Gütersloh, Germany / Est. 1978
Confederación Sudamericana de Gimnasia / Lima, Peru
Federación Sudamericana de Powerlifting / Buenos Aires, Argentina
South Pacific Bodybuilding Federation / Nouméa, New Caledonia
Sports Union for athletes with Down Syndrome
Middle East Gymnastics Association / Est. 2014
Asia and Pacific Jump Rope Federation / Hong Kong, Hong Kong
North and Central American and Caribbean Regional Association of WMA / Mexico City, Mexico
Falun Dafa / New York NY, USA
Athletes in Action International / Xenia OH, USA / Est. 1966
International Track and Field Coaches Association / Est. 1959
World Runners / Greenbrae CA, USA / Est. 1978
UNASMA - Fundación Internacional de Asma y Alergias / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 1996
Oceania Powerlifting Federation / Melbourne VIC, Australia
Missionary Athletes International / Matthews NC, USA / Est. 1983
International Front Runners / Est. 1986
Athletes United for Peace / Berkeley CA, USA / Est. 1982
International League for Modern Gymnastics / Est. 1952
World Strengthlifting Federation / Est. 1986
Confederación Sudamericana de Panathlon
Arab Weightlifting Federation / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1974
Central American and Caribbean Confederation of Weightlifting / Est. 1969
Union culturiste internationale / Est. 1958
Asociación Sudamericana de Jueces de Atletismo / Est. 1967
Nordic Gymnastics Union
Arab Body Building Federation
Arab Gymnastics Confederation
Nordens Gymnastikkforbund
Ibero-American Athletic Association / Est. 1982
South American Weightlifting Confederation / Est. 1958
International Vaulting Club
World Runners Association / Est. 2014
World Jump Rope Federation

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Action Strategies relating to Athletics

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Keeping fit
transferring technology
Protecting intangible cultural heritage
Developing public service system
Supporting very small scale economic activities
Awarding certificates weightlifting champions
Resisting political intervention in international athletic exchanges
Running illegal political regimes
Improving sex tests for athletes
Running away
Regulating weightlifting
Organizing athletic competitions
Honouring distinguished athletes
Depoliticizing international sports events
Running demonstration projects in ecological farming
Improving weightlifting techniques
Running illegal industries
Campaigning for elections
Developing amateur athletics
Encouraging former athletes
Practicing bodybuilding
Holding international athletic competitions

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