Sports federations based in Switzerland have taken part in an event to share information and exchange ideas with each other.
Around 330 representatives from 76 associations featured at the Swiss Olympic Forum, which took place over three days at the Congress Centre in Interlaken.
Organised by Swiss Olympic, it is second time the forum has been held after being established last year.
The event helped bring together National Federations from around the country with presentations, panel discussions and workshops on the agenda during the three days.
Swiss Olympic director Roger Schnegg said the Forum was a great way to get the organisations talking with each other and finding out what is going on around the country.
“For us, the Swiss Olympic Forum is a very important event and a valuable tool,” he said.
“With the forum, we enable the Swiss sports federations to exchange information.
“At the same time, however, we are also able to tell our member associations about the latest developments in Swiss sports.”
Last month, it was confirmed that Sion would be the candidate city for Switzerland to bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.
If successful, it would be the first time since St Moritz were hosts in 1948 that the country has staged the Games.