Host Agreement21. April 2015
IWGA and Birmingham/USA sign Host Agreement for The World Games 2021: Official Ceremony after the IWGA Annual General Meeting 2015 in Sochi/Russia.
IWGA President’s statement21. April 2015
Opening the IWGA AGM on Tuesday morning José Perurena, President of the IWGA, gave the following statement concerning the AGM of SportAccord:
IWGA AGM 2015, Sochi19. April 2015
Two host cities will introduce themselves at this year’s Annual General Meeting of the International World Games Association on 21 April 2015.
Netherlands to host WJSC17. April 2015
The 2015 World Junior Squash Championships will take place in the Netherlands, during the same period as was scheduled before its recent move from Cairo.
Great honor for Froehlich13. April 2015
Ron Froehlich, IWGA Honorary Life President, has been named an Alabama Sports Hall of Fame Distinguished American Sportsman for 2015.
TWG Weekend in Wroclaw13. April 2015
More than 600 people took part in the Fitness Marathon led by Anna Lewandowska & Polish handball legend Artur Siódmiak led a training for children.
IWGA Team of the Month03. April 2015
Congratulations to the Flying Disc Beach Ultimate Mixed Team from Germany, IWGA Team of the Month for March 2015.
TWG Medal Database02. April 2015
TWG Medal database: All medal winners and the most successful countries and athletes of TWG since 1981 are now available in one place.
IKF World Korfball25. March 2015
IKF Exco made a draw to establish the pools for the opening round of the IKF World Korfball Championship (30. Oct - 8. Nov) in Belgium.
Running with TWG2017 team17. March 2015
Ukrainian runner Semenovytch won the 2nd Wroactiv 10km run. The Organizing Committee of TWG2017 was represented by the team of employees and fans.
CoCom Meeting in Wroclaw11. March 2015
Last week representatives of the IWGA, led by President José Perurena, inspected the state of preparations for The World Games 2017.
Birmingham was buzzing09. March 2015
Scott Myers, Executive Director of the Sports Hall of Fame in Alabama, describes the reactions after Birmingham/Al was selected as host of TWG 2021.
Sparkling New Partnership05. March 2015
The World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) is pleased to announce the conclusion of a global partnership agreement with Swarovski.
Athlete of the Month02. March 2015
Congratulations to Tove Alexandersson, IWGA Team of the Month for February 2015. The 22-year-old Swedish orienteer won the [...]
Mascots of The World Games26. February 2015
The small doll-like figures are much appreciated souvenirs and mementos of TWG. In 1989, Karlsruhe was the first Host City to introduce a mascot.
Award for the Champion25. February 2015
On behalf of IWGA President, the President of the International Floorball Federation presented the prize for the IWGA Team of the Month December 2014.
Mascot Contest22. February 2015
Hansel & Gretel will be the official Mascots for the next edition of The World Games in 2017 in Poland! The design was selected by internet users.
Dedicated site: TWG 201711. February 2015
Learn all about TWG2017 on www.theworldgames2017.com
The WOC is glad to present the next stage of promotion for the Games in Poland.
Tokyo 202011. February 2015
WSF Backs IOC Plan On Tokyo 2020 Sports Decision Timing. "The World Squash Federation fully supports the decision by Mr John Coates [...]
Interview: Adam Ondra03. February 2015
It is a great success, obviously for me, but most importantly for our sport of climbing. I am sure that climbing and its athletes deserve more attention [...]
Mascot Contest03. February 2015
The final voting started on January 15 on www.wroclaw.pl and will last until 13 February. The results of voting will be announced on 16 February.
Ondra tops the polls01. February 2015
And the winner is… Adam Ondra (CZE). The 21-year-old Czech climber was elected as our IWGA Athlete of the Year 2014 with 34.1% of the votes.
On-Time Award29. January 2015
During a ceremony for the best Norwegian athletes of 2014, powerlifter Christensen received his Tissot watch for being IWGA Athlete of Month.
Future of TWG28. January 2015
Perurena: Birmingham's university-based, privately-funded plan is future of World Games”, says the headline of a Sportcal article.