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CSIT World Sports Games 2013 News

Compliments to the organizer of the 3rd CSIT World Sports Games

Compliments to the organizer of the 3rd CSIT World Sports Games

The organisers of the 3rd CSIT World Sport Games in Varna at the Bulgarian Black Sea coast from 2nd to 9th June, the CSIT member union "Bulgarian Workers Federation - "BWF Sport and Health" - in cooperation with the CITUB and Varna Municipality, did a real good job in arranging the Games. The venues for the 2700 athletes as well as the accommodation for the 32 participating member nations were in excellent condition. Transport to the venues outside the hotel complex worked without any difficulty too. Despite the extremely short preparation time of less than one year the Games were a complete success.

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More than 2500 athletes at the CSIT World Sports Games registered

More than 2500 athletes at the CSIT World Sports Games registered

The 3. CSIT World Sports Games 2013 will take place from June 2th - 9th on the famous "Gold Coast" at the "Black Sea" in Varna / Bulgaria. More than 2.500 athletes from 32 nations all over the world are booked for the big amateur sports festival and will compete in 20 different kinds of sports. The CSIT supports the IOC in its fight for a clean sports and therefore signed the WADA Code in 2010. As a consequence Anti-Doping measures will be taken during the Varna Games; the first time in the 100 year long history of the Workers Sport Movement.

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Sport for All - CSIT is organising World Sport Games for amateurs

Sport for All - CSIT is organising World Sport Games for amateurs

"Not to win but to take part". The original Olympic slogan does no more count in international sports. Having fun and enjoying physical activities or doing sports in community and cultural exchanges in an international environment are decreasingly of concern in international competitions. These values have changed and retreated into the background. The CSIT, the world federation of amateurs, has taken up them again under the presidency of the Austrian Harald Bauer and has returned its initial significance to amateur sports in international competitions. 

 

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