The IPSF Competition Endorsement seeks to accomplish two things:
1. Acknowledge regional and national events that are producing pole athletes in all categories. The level of event recognition is based on the level of fairness, level of judging quality, standards in a scoring system and the ethics of the competition as a whole. The IPSF seeks to improve and standardise the level of competitions across the world to improve professionalism and safety.
2. Identify athletes that may participate in the IPSF WPSC. This is achieved by athletes placing in an elite category of a ‘recognised’ or ‘endorsed’ national competition. This is also done through our National Federations who will have fully accredited and endorsed IPSF championships.
Competition accreditation is now closed for the competative year 2013/14. From 2014/15 the IPSF will
only recognise competitions that use full IPSF criteria and judges. Preferance will be given to federations wishing to join the IPSF. For more information please email
WORLD POLE SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIPS LONDON JULY 14
Newsletter now online
World Record Attempt
Congratulations to everyone that took part in the Pole 4 Life World Record Attempt. We are collating the information over the next month and it will be anounced at the WPSC14 if we have been sucessful or not World Record
World Pole Sports Championships
Tickets go on sale for the WPSC14 as well as applications open for qualified athletes on 1st March. The championships will be held on 19th and 20th July York Hall, Bethnal Green, London. Tickets