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Organizations relating to Combative Sports

World Boxing Council / Mexico City, Mexico / Est. 1963
World Taekuk Musul Federation / Carmichael CA, USA
World Boxing Association / Panama, Panama / Est. 1921
International Jendo Federation / Pasig City, Philippines / Est. 1973
Universal Boxing Organization / Lohne, Germany / Est. 2004
World Judo Federation / Solna, Sweden / Est. 2009
World Ssireum Federation / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 2008
International Kyudo Federation / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 2006
International Qwan Ki Do Federation
European Wushu Kungfu Federation / Yateley, UK / Est. 1985
WKF Australia and Oceania / Mandurah WA, Australia
World Karate Organization / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1990
Confederación Sudamericana de Lucha / Santiago, Chile
Arab Shooting Confederation / Dasma, Kuwait
Asian Associated Wrestling Committee / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1973
European Boxing Union / Rome, Italy
African Boxing Union / Est. 1973
Global Hapkido Federation / Est. 1997
Renju International Federation / Est. 1988
African Kurash Union / Vanderbijlpark, South Africa / Est. 2001
Asian Jujitsu Belt Wrestling Federation / Lahore, Pakistan
World Chinese Kung Fu Association / Perugia, Italy / Est. 1996
Confederación Sudamericana de Tiro / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 1959
Asian Taekwondo Union / Seongnam, Korea Rep / Est. 1978
Oceania Judo Union / Est. 1952
Arab Judo Confederation / Est. 1977
Global Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Association / Brunswick VIC, Australia / Est. 1978
Confederación Sudamericana de Karate / Guayaquil, Ecuador
Oceania Shooting Federation / Est. 1991
International Martial Arts Federation / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1979
African Sumo Union / Cairo, Egypt
European Shotokan Karate-do Association / Mendig, Germany / Est. 1986
World Archery Asia / Seoul, Korea Rep
International Belt Wrestling Association / Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
Oceania Archery Confederation
Wado International Karate-Do Federation / Campbell River BC, Canada / Est. 1991
European Ju Jitsu Union / Est. 1968
Confederación Sudamericana de Esgrima / Porto Alegre, Brazil / Est. 1945
International Mixed Martial Arts Association / St Thomas ON, Canada / Est. 2002
South American Judo Confederation / Córdoba, Argentina
International Boxing Federation / Springfield NJ, USA / Est. 1982
European Kyudo Federation / Basel, Switzerland / Est. 1980
North American Boxing Federation / Las Vegas NV, USA / Est. 1968
Arab Fencing Confederation
World Karate Confederation / Belgrade, Serbia / Est. 1996
Oceania Boxing Confederation / Albert Park VIC, Australia
African Judo Union / Libreville, Gabon / Est. 1961
Pan Asian Boxing Association / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1995
Ju-Jitsu European Union / Philippsburg, Germany / Est. 1977
European Kurash Confederation / Tashkent, Uzbekistan

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Action Strategies relating to Combative Sports

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Grounding psychologically
Developing amateur boxing
Developing martial arts
Shooting migrant birds
Developing shooting sports
Grounding myths in reality
Giving facts meaning
Broadening ideological grounding
Preventing whale beaching
Using firearms
Shooting
Freeing wrestling
Grounding gestalt patterns
Culminating-Grounding
Quickening transparent grounding
Providing practical context for social covenants
Grounding decisions historically
Grounding historical significance
Circumscribing-Intruding
Demanding formalized grounding of belief
Providing grounding for maintenance of social acceptable behaviour
Grounding historical humanities
Providing experiential grounding of communal significance
Grounding
Giving practical grounding to understanding final meanings

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