Next to tennis and table tennis badminton has also become a fixed value in the ISF offer. It were the schools themselves who asked to compete in badminton with schools from other regions. Meanwhile, this event has grown into a complete competition involving both school teams and selection teams.
After the success of the 2016 European Week of Sport, the ISF continues its cooperation with European Institutions. In fact, we are pleased to announce that the European Commission decided to award funding to an Erasmus+ project with the ISF as main coordinator for the first time. Erasmus+ is the EU programme conceived to support… View Article
Tomorrow the great Olympic Games will start with all excitements and eagerness. The Opening ceremony will be held at 23:00 UTC (20:00 BRT). All countries are ready to show their greatest in the most prestigious event on the world. Our Ambassadors are also ready, with a full schedules of events from now till the end… View Article
On August 5th, Olympic Games Rio 2016 officially kicks off, just 3 weeks after Gymnasiade 2016, the biggest event of ISF. For many years, Gymnasiade has been the first step helping sport talents enter the door of the most prestigious sport event in the world. There are over 50 athletes from 3 most recent Gymnasiades… View Article
On 21st January the draw of the International World Schools Championship 2016 of Badminton was held at the ISF Head Quarter with the presence of the Secretary General Jan Coolen, Executive Director Nobert Kever and the former President of the Technical Commission of Badminton Roger Notermans (who was replacing the current technical president, Laetitia Picard,… View Article
Today, we have the honor to interview the OC Director of the World School Championship 2016 of Badminton, David Azzopardi. David is the Chairman of the Malta Schools Sports Federation and an Executive Member of the National Olympic Committee. Malta has been a very active member country within the ISF, and is currently bidding for… View Article