German winners of The World Games 2017 have received special recognition for their success with the award of the Silver Laurel Leaf from German President Frank-Walter Steinmeie.
Germany’s leading 360° sports platform SPORT1 assesses its cross-media coverage of The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw, Poland as a success.
The Coordination Committee for The World Games 2017 has held its final meeting in Wroclaw this week. “It all went really well”, says IWGA Vice President Max Bishop. “We reviewed everything that had taken place, all the figures, and also the challenges the organisers had met during the Games, and how they had been overcome. The evaluations are not yet complete, but the report we received from the organisers was very detailed indeed.”
Identical twins Arina and Dina Averina (Russia) swept the table in Rhythmic Gymnastics at The World Games 2017, and again one month later at the World Championships. They are the IWGA Athletes of September 2017!
It’s two months since The World Games 2017. We’ve talked to Muaythai athletes and officials to find out their reflections about the Games. This is the fourth article in the series with people around the world talking about the Main Event of the year, The World Games in Wroclaw, Poland.
Legacy is an important issue when assessing the sustainable values of hosting a multi-sports event such as The World Games.
Team Switzerland against The Netherlands in the World Games Final!
Arina and Dina Averina