International Pole Sports Federation
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INTERNATIONAL POLE SPORTS FEDERATION
SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER 2016
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★★ ITS BEEN A BUSY MONTH ★★
After the success of the World Pole Sports Championships 2016 we just kept the momentum going and August has been non-stop! The final updates of the Code of Points have been put into place, 5 months of hard work on the Olympic application have come to an end, the launch of the next competitive season and we are working on the final preparations for the TAFISA World Games. A huge thank you to all that have contributed and supported the IPSF and we look forward to an even bigger 2016/17!
IPSF CODE OF POINTS 2016/17 LAUNCHES TODAY
As Pole Sports evolves so does the IPSF Code of Points!
In its 5th year of updates the Code of Points launches today. Huge improvements have been made to the structure and content to make it easier to understand, new moves have been added and minimum requirements have been tweaked to help athletes and coaches. All in all we have tried, tested and improved! The code will be translated into 10 languages which you can
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OLYMPIC COMMITTEE & POLE SPORTS
It is a historical month for Pole Sports and the iPSF! We are delighted to announce that we have applied to the International Olympic Committee for recognition as a sport today. This is the beginning of a long process we are proud to be ready for. It may take a number of years but along with our SportAccord application we are taking on the challenge and evolving rapidly to meet their criteria. A huge thank you to the IPSF Olympic Sub-Committee Kate Whitley, Kriston Leagh, Lies Cuisinier, Bianca Scholten, Maria Alexandra Hernandez and Jimena Barrios who have worked on the application for the last 5 months. Thank you to the IPSF committee, IPSF Federations and competitions, Sun Pole, athletes, coaches and enthusiasts, without whom, none of this could at all be possible! We have 21 federations…we need 19 more….JOIN US AND BECOME THE GOVERNING BODY OF POLE IN YOUR COUNTRY!
ANNOUNCING OUR TAFISA WORLD GAMES DELEGATES

Paige Olsen - USA
Erika Gonzalez del Pliego Revilla - MEXICO
Maria Eugenia Plaza Ortega - MEXICO
Katrina Wycoff - USA
Brianne McClanahan - USA
Benita Bouwer - SOUTH AFRICA
Tina Jahr Hagberg - NORWAY

There will be over 6000 other delegates representing sports from all over the world and the IPSF is now on the international stage to demonstrate our sport! SEE HERE
We need your help! We are looking for sponsors to help the athletes pay for IPSF uniforms, travel and most importantly of all we need 2 x stages. If you can help with this amazing event please EMAIL US


★★ WORLD RECORD BREAKING PERFORMANCE★★
Watch the record breaking performance of 11 year old Paige Olson (USA) in the novice catogory of the 2016 World Champion. We will be showcasing each of our champions in the coming newsletter or subscribe to our YOUTUBE CHANNEL
★★ JUDGING AND CODE OF POINTS TRAINING NOW AVAILABLE★★
All IPSF training courses have now been up dated for the new competitive year of 2016/17. All new dates are now online:
LEVEL 1 JUDGE LEVEL 1 CODE OF POINTS
LEVEL 2 JUDGE ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
HEAD JUDGE KIDS COURSE
At the IPSF committee meeting on 5th September the following countries will be submitted for IPSF federation recognition. Venezuela, Germany and Hong Kong China.
If approved Pole Sports will have 21 national federations. JOIN US and help Pole Sports grow!
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