CSIT - Confédération Sportive Internationale Travailliste et Amateur
Exactly one year ago the 6th CSIT World Sports Games took place in the Catalonian metropolis of Tortosa (Spain).
Corona Virus COVID-19 is malfunctioning our society and also our sports-program for 2020 heavily!
The worldwide Corona Covid-19 pandemic forces many organizers to reschedule or cancel
Due to the prevailing global Corona Covid-19 pandemic, the CSIT ExCom meeting was held online
Dear Friends, CSIT Member Unions, CSIT Athletes and Supporters,
CSIT President Bruno Molea received a high Award from the Italian Paralympic Committee
In 2020 CSIT Members will again have a number of events and official championships on international level.
South Korean CSIT member KOWSC invited CSIT President Bruno Molea to visit South Korea
The focus of the working session was the review of the Tortosa World Sports Games and the CSIT Election Congress, which will take place from 14th to 20thof October in Rome at Salone d'Onore del Coni, the Italian National Olympic Committee with LIVE streaming for the whole conference. Also the first working meeting with the organizers of the 2021 Games in Zagreb took place in Copenhagen. The ExCom Meeting was officially opened by Peer Huniche, President of the host association DAI.
Currently the evaluation procedure of the 6th CSIT World Sports Games in Tortosa is running very intensively in the CSIT. As after all games, the CSIT and its committees are trying to quickly process the past games in order to pass on all experiences and suggestions for improvement of the participants to the organizers of the upcoming games and thus further increase the quality of the CSIT games. The 7th CSIT World Sports Games will take place in Zagreb in 2021. The preparations are meanwhile in full swing. The exchange of information between Tortosa and Zagreb is very intensive and very positive.
Since the 2013 Games in Varna Bulgaria, CSIT has been a member of WADA, the World Anti-Doping Agency, and is therefore also subject to international doping regulations. As at every major event, WADA tested several athletes for prohibited substances in various disciplines at the 6th CSIT World Sports Games for Amateurs in Tortosa. The test results from Spain have been available to CSIT since mid-August. There are no positive tests, which once again underlines the importance of fair play in the CSIT.