Tickets for sporting action at this year's World Games in Wrocław have gone on sale, organisers have announced.
The International World Games Association (IWGA) have relocated their headquarters and now occupy a floor in the previous home of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) in Lausanne.
The match schedule for the korfball competition at this year's World Games in Wroclaw has been published.
Muay Thai fighter Sofia Olofsson of Sweden has been crowned the 2016 International World Games Association (IWGA) Athlete of the Year.
American football will be one of four invitational sports at this year's World Games in Polish city Wrocław, along with indoor rowing, kickboxing and speedway.
Finnish floorball player scoops International World Games Association Athlete of the Month award for December
Finland’s Peter Kotilainen has been named the International World Games Association (IWGA) Athlete of the Month for December after he was instrumental in the country lifting the Men’s Floorball World Championship crown in Riga.
José Perurena, the President of the International World Games Association (IWGA), has visited Birmingham to discuss plans for the 2021 edition of the multi-sport event in the American city.
International World Games Association confirm waterskiing and wakeboarding venue at Wrocław 2017 Coordination Committee meeting
Waterskiing and wakeboarding events at next year’s World Games in Wrocław will take place on the River Oder, it has been announced following a visit of the Coordination Committee for the event.
A total of 48 field archery quota places for the 2017 World Games have been awarded on the back of the recent World Archery Field Championships in Bray in Ireland.
International Floorball Federation (IFF) President Tomas Eriksson has described next year’s World Games in Wroclaw as an “important step on floorball’s Olympic path”.
The World Air Sports Federation (FAI) Commissions and head office have started working on the development of new IT solutions to support the management of the three disciplines featuring in next year’s World Games in Wroclaw.
Wrocław Mayor Rafal Dutkiewicz has warned there is “no room for mistakes” ahead of the 2017 World Games in the Polish city but insisted preparations for the event were “on schedule”.
A three-day workshop has been held by World Air Sports Federation (FAI) to discuss preparations for next year's World Games in Wroclaw.
Poland’s President Andrzej Duda will be a patron of the 2017 World Games in Wrocław, it has been announced.
International Netball Federation President Molly Rhone praised the impact of Malawi’s Mwai Kumwenda on netball after accepting the International World Games Association (IWGA) Athlete of the Year on her behalf at SportAccord Convention here.