After Wroclaw 2017, The World Games Family is looking forward to Birmingham 2021!
The stork has been kept very busy in the last few weeks by the good folks involved in Lacrosse. The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has been delighted to announce the birth of two new continental federations and an emoji!
Artist Marcus Fetch has created a mural in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. He hopes to get the citizens talking about The World Games 2021. The unique ‘B’ mark paints a picture for The World Games as the city looks to climb up the interest ranks as an international destination. It is located on The Waites building at Richard Arrington, between the University and 7th Avenue South.
Busy days to come for the IWGA staff: the preparations for the next Annual General Meeting on the 16th April in Bangkok, Thailand keep the team on their toes. As always, the meeting in the year after The World Games is a special one.
Sports fans are delighted that with the start of the Winter Paralympics, they can once again watch spectacular action on snow and ice. For a few people and sports associated with The World Games, the name PyeongChang will be remembered as one of the most special experiences they will ever have. Olympics volunteer Brian Salmon recalls some of the best moments in South Korea for The World Games family.
One of the outcomes of The World Games 2017 in Poland is that the host country has established the Polish Non-Olympic Committee (PNOC). The Committee is based in Wrocław - the city where the 10th edition of the multi-sports event was held.
The Federation of International Lacrosse has been delighted to announce the birth of two new continental federations, one World Cup organiser and one emoji!