What we do
The IPSF is working towards the improvement of safety standards, rules and regulations, competition criteria and judging within the pole sports industry. Working with leading pole sports members around the world; the main priority is to develop and implement the rules and regulations of the sport including everything from anti-doping, health, safety and welfare to training and education for coaches and officials.
We believe in order to reach high standards we must set the bar high. We are aiming
to have pole sports recognised as a sport nationally and internationally around the world so we can have our athletes compete in high calibre sporting environments.
We also offer an accreditation programme to national federations and organisations who hold championships within their own countries. This will give them the right to show they are an organisation of sporting excellence and their winning athletes will automatically be eligible to enter the WPSC.
The IPSF is committed to improving and developing the sport from grassroots right through to podium and we are proud to run a competition structure that meets the needs of athletes who wish to have their sport taken seriously.
By having a balanced number of leading members of the pole industry on the steering
committee, the IPSF can grow to become THE leading authority on pole sports around the world.
By introducing our youth division we will be nurturing and preparing athletes of all ages for the world stage by investing continually in promoting our main overall goals. We will need to ensure we have excellent coaches and officials and are able to offer expertise that is the best.
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