The CSIT Single Championships Mamanet and Beach Soccer as well as the Gymnastic Games at the Italian Adriatic Sea in Cervia and Cesenatico are history and they were a complete success. Almost 1000 athletes travelled to Italy, experienced perfectly organised games and had a super enjoyable time. After such a long Corona break, it was obvious to the participants that they were looking for company. Also at the opening ceremony and the big closing ceremony at the Grand Hotel Cervia. The competition continues in the summer. From the 24th to the 28th, the next CSIT Single Championships are scheduled in Oulu (Finland) with swimming. Registration is open. Overview and information on CSIT Single Championships 2022!
Perfect weather - Perfect games
Thank you Cervia ! Thank you Cesenatico ! Mille Grazie !
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ExCom Members by Bike
Led by CSIT Bruno Molea CSIT ExCom went on an emission-free inspection tour
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Mamanet – Every Mother Can
In just a few years, a small initiative in Israel has become a now global application that has captivated thousands of women around the world.
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Where is the journey heading – WSG 2025 and 2027
2023 World Sports Games in Rome - and after ? Where are we going ? Decision in adavance!
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New Members – Expansion
CSIT is growing permanently, even during times of Corona - or maybe because of...
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Inclusion - an important topic at CSIT
Inclusion ist one of the main goals of CSIT President Bruno Molea
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Green Card and Fair Play Awards
Since the WSG in Lignano 2015, the CSIT has been awarding the Green Card for special and exceptional sporting behaviour.
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New EU co-funded projects ahead
SGS - Sport for all Genders and Sexualities and eYOUAca - E-learning Youth Academy of Grassroots Sports
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