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  5. TWG 2017: France Triumphed Against the Hosts
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Thank you, Wroclaw The World Games 2017 have ended
July 31, 2017
Thank you, Wroclaw! The World Games 2017 have ended

The World Games 2017 are officialy closed on Sunday, 30 July 2017. What begun in 2012 when Wroclaw was awarded the Games, and got a fresh re-start 10 days ago when the first athletes and fans arrived, has now officially ended. The World Games flag has been given to the next organisers. The World Games…

France Wins Gold at the World Games 2017
July 25, 2017
France Wins Gold at the World Games 2017

France defeated its eastern neighbors from Germany with 14:6 in the final of the American football competition at the World Games, being held in Wroclaw. Rainy evening and bad weather in Wroclaw were more favorable for defense players of both teams, so it was expected that there won’t be many points in the match. The…

TWG 2017 Bronze Medal for the Team USFAF
July 24, 2017
TWG 2017: Bronze Medal for the Team USFAF

The team USFAF won the bronze medal at the World Games in Wrocław after defeated the host nation Poland with 14:7. It wasn’t exciting match, especially not in the first half, which finished with only one touchdown scored by wide receiver Tyrell Blank with assistance of QB Dustin Hawke Willingham, who hit 19 yards long…

TWG 2017: Today American Football Finals
July 24, 2017
TWG 2017: Today American Football Finals

The time has come for championship match of the American football competition of The World Games 2017. The first contest of the day will be the bronze medal game featuring Poland versus the USA with the evening gold-medal game to pit France against Germany. The final matches promise to be full of excitement with both…

TWG 2017 France Triumphed Against the Hosts
July 23, 2017
TWG 2017: France Triumphed Against the Hosts

Team France convincingly beat the host nation Poland with 28 – 2 in the second semi-final of the American football tournament. They will play against Germany in Monday’s final at 19.00 o’clock. French players already finished their job in the first half of the game, after three touchdowns, of which two scored by superior tandem…

TWG 2017: Germany Has Placed in the Final
July 22, 2017
TWG 2017: Germany Has Placed in the Final

Germany has won over team USA managed by USFAF with tight result 14 – 13 in the opening match of the American football tournament at the World Games 2017. After a bit quiet first quarter, in which Germany missed a good chance to get in the lead missing the field-goal, in the second quarter they…

Thank you, Wroclaw The World Games 2017 have ended
July 31, 2017
Thank you, Wroclaw! The World Games 2017 have ended

The World Games 2017 are officialy closed on Sunday, 30 July 2017. What begun in 2012 when Wroclaw was awarded the Games, and got a fresh re-start 10 days ago when the first athletes and fans arrived, has now officially ended. The World Games flag has been given to the next organisers. The World Games…

France Wins Gold at the World Games 2017
July 25, 2017
France Wins Gold at the World Games 2017

France defeated its eastern neighbors from Germany with 14:6 in the final of the American football competition at the World Games, being held in Wroclaw. Rainy evening and bad weather in Wroclaw were more favorable for defense players of both teams, so it was expected that there won’t be many points in the match. The…

TWG 2017 Bronze Medal for the Team USFAF
July 24, 2017
TWG 2017: Bronze Medal for the Team USFAF

The team USFAF won the bronze medal at the World Games in Wrocław after defeated the host nation Poland with 14:7. It wasn’t exciting match, especially not in the first half, which finished with only one touchdown scored by wide receiver Tyrell Blank with assistance of QB Dustin Hawke Willingham, who hit 19 yards long…

Webinar
February 1, 2017
IFAF Took Part in WADA’s Webinar

The International Federation of American Football participated in a webinar organized by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on the topic “Compliance Monitoring Program“. The webinar was intended for the National Anti-Doping Organizations (NADO) and the International Federation (IF). During this 60-minute webinar, participants were provided with an overview of the main areas of WADA’s new…

January 19, 2017
ARISF President Raffaele Chiulli meets with IOC President Thomas Bach

ARISF President Raffaele Chiulli held another very constructive meeting with the IOC President Thomas Bach at the IOC Headquarters in Lausanne to discuss the continued close cooperation between the two Organizations. Special focus was put on the appreciated contribution of ARISF in the recognition process of International Federations, good governance, ethics and the protection of…

December 10, 2016
WADA Statement regarding conclusion of McLaren Investigation

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) acknowledges the findings outlined by the McLaren Investigation Report Part II, which was released earlier today by Professor Richard H. McLaren during a press conference that he held in London, England.  Report Part II reconfirms institutionalized manipulation of the doping control process in Russia, which was first exposed via Report…

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