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15 expert(s) found.
Interdisciplinary Center for Athletic Coaching, Florida State University
Tallahassee 32306, United States
Email: tbaghurst@fsu.edu
The mission of FSU COACH is to prepare and equip the next generation of athletic coaches and sports professionals with evidence-based education and research that maximizes coaching excellence. We do this through academic programming, research, individualized support for coaches, and organizational support and training.

Advocacy, Consultancy, Curriculum Development, Event Hosting, Monitoring and Evaluation, Research, Teaching

Coaching Performance, Elite Sport, Ethics and Integrity in Sport, Grass Roots Sport, High Performance Sport, Sport and Coaching, Sport for Development, Sport Governance, Sport Pedagogy

English
International Association for the Philosophy of Sport (IAPS)
Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada
The International Association for the Philosophy of Sport (IAPS) is committed to stimulate, encourage, and promote research, scholarship, and teaching in the philosophy of sport and related practices. To do so, IAPS organizes an annual conference and publishes a newsletter as well as the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, which is widely acknowledged as the most respected medium for communicating contemporary philosophic thought with regard to sport. IAPS members are found all over the world and constitute a growing and vibrant international community of scholars and teachers.

Research, Teaching

Equality and Equity in Sport, Ethics and Integrity in Sport, Sport Governance, Sport Philosophy

English
International Association of Physical Education & Sport for Girls & Women (IAPESGW)
Miami Shores, Florida 33161, United States
Email: crosswhite@bigpond.com
IAPESGW was established in 1949, and since then, has promoted the participation of girls and women in Physical Education, Sport and Physical Activity. It is a NGO that is run by volunteers. It is a member organization that runs a quadrennial congress since it was founded and a regional congress since 2013. There are members on all continents and IAPESGW has conducted and supported research and publications throughout the history of the organization. IAPESGW also cooperates with other partner organizations and has a consultative voice. Free access to publications, newsletter and much more information can be found on IAPESGW's website.

Advocacy, Consultancy, Research

Adapted Physical Activity, Diversity, Equality and Equity in Sport, Exercise Physiology, Grass Roots Sport, Inclusion, Physical Activity and Ageing, Physical Education, Public Health, Sport and Gender, Sport for Development, Sport Governance, Sport Pedagogy, Sport Psychology, Sport Sociology, Sports Law, Traditional Sport and Games

Chinese, English, Farsi, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Tagalo
International Cheer Union
Memphis TN, United States
Email: info@cheerunion.org
International Federation

Advocacy, Event Hosting, Teaching

Sport for All, Sport for Development, Sport Governance, Sport Management

English
International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE)
Leeds, United Kingdom
Email: info@icce.ws
The International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) is a not-for-profit, international organisation with the mission of leading and supporting the development of sport coaching globally. The ICCE has established a central Global Coaching Office at Leeds Beckett University in 2011 which is now the hub of its global and European activities.

Advocacy, Curriculum Development, Event Hosting, Monitoring and Evaluation, Research

Sport and Coaching

English
International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA)
Calgary, Canada
Email: dlegg@mtroyal.ca
IFAPA is an international scientific organization of higher education scholars, practitioners and students dedicated to promoting Adapted Physical Activity.

Advocacy, Curriculum Development, Event Hosting, Research, Teaching

Adapted Physical Activity, Diversity

English
International Federation of Bodybuilding & Fitness
Madrid, Spain
Email: headquarters@ifbb.com

Event Hosting, Teaching

Coaching Performance, Elite Sport, Equality and Equity in Sport, Ethics and Integrity in Sport, Exercise Physiology, High Performance Sport, Physical Activity and Ageing, Physical Education, Public Health, Safeguarding, Sport and Coaching, Sport and Gender, Sport for All, Sport for Development, Sport Management

English, Spanish
International Federation of World Crossbow
Ghaziabad Up 201009, India
Email: worldcrossbow@gmail.com
IFWC is working for crossbow shooting and spreading it in all over the world. It provides a platform to show performances in championships and training programmes.

Event Hosting

Adapted Physical Activity, Coaching Performance, High Performance Sport, Physical Education, Sport and Coaching, Sport for Development, Traditional Sport and Games

English
International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry (ISAK)
Mangaroa, Upper Hutt, New Zealand
Email: info@isak.global
The International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry (ISAK) was founded as an organisation of individuals whose scientific and professional endeavour is related to kinanthropometry. ISAK's purpose is to create and maintain an international network of colleagues who represent the world community transcending geography, politics and the bounds of separate disciplines in order to establish a dynamic area of scientific endeavour. Kinanthropometry is the area of science concerned with the measurement of human body composition. As a result of changes in life styles, nutrition, activity levels and ethnic compositon of populations, changes to the distribution of body dimensions are forever occurring. Kinanthropometry is the interface between anatomy and movement. It takes the measurement of the human body and determines it's capability for function and movement in a range of settings. ISAK has developed international standards for anthropometric assessment and an international anthropometry accreditation scheme (IAAS). The accreditation scheme is based on the concept of a four-level hierarchy. A key element in it is the objective maintenance of quality assurance by requiring that all levels have to meet initial technical error of measurement (TEM).

Curriculum Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Research, Teaching

Kinanthropometry

English, Spanish
International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport
Filderstadt, Germany
Email: info@ishpes.org
The International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport (ISHPES) is the umbrella organisation for sports historians all over the world. ISHPES came into being in 1989 through the merging of ICOSH and HISPA. ICOSH (the International Committee for the History of Physical Education and Sport) was founded as early as 1967 in Prague. HISPA (the The International Association for the History of Physical Education and Sport) was founded in 1973 in Zurich. ISHPES promotes research and teaching in the area of physical education and sport. Its purpose is to facilitate and to improve communications and cooperation betweeen sport history associations at the national and regional levels, as well as between scholars. ISHPES organizes international congresses and seminars and provides information on sports history projects, publications, and events. ISHPES promotes research and teaching in the area of physical education and sport. Its purpose is to facilitate and to improve communications and cooperation betweeen sport history associations at the national and regional levels, as well as between scholars. ISHPES organizes international congresses and seminars and provides information on sports history projects, publications, and events.

Advocacy, Consultancy, Curriculum Development, Event Hosting, Research, Teaching

Physical Education, Sport and Disability, Sport and Gender, Traditional Sport and Games

English, French, German
International Sociology of Sport Association (ISSA)
Charfield, United Kingdom
Email: general.secretary@issa1965.org
The sociology of sport is internationally represented by the International Sociology of Sport Association (ISSA, formerly ICSS, founded in 1965), which also publishes the International Review for the Sociology of Sport. This body is a research committee of the International Sociological Association (ISA) where it is officially recognised as RC27 (Sociology of Sport) and also an official committee of ICSSPE (the International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education). At present there are over 200 members from different parts of the globe. ISSA holds annual conferences, including RC27 (Sociology of Sport) meetings in conjunction with the ISA World Congress of Sociology. As the international umbrella organisation, ISSA consults with national and regional groups. Some national groups are federated with the national sociological association of that country, or with a sport science/physical education organisation. Either through ISA or ICSSPE such groups have a direct link to ISSA. There are also regional groups in areas such as Asia and North America. NASSS, the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, which publishes the Sociology of Sport Journal, is the most-well known regional group. European researchers are also linked to the European Association for Sociology of Sport (EASS) and the European College of Sport Science (ECSS).

Research

Adapted Physical Activity, Diversity, Elite Sport, Equality and Equity in Sport, eSports, Ethics and Integrity in Sport, Grass Roots Sport, High Performance Sport, Inclusion, Physical Activity and Ageing, Physical Education, Public Health, Sport and Coaching, Sport and Disability, Sport and Gender, Sport for All, Sport for Development, Sport Governance, Sport Sociology, Traditional Sport and Games

English
International Softbaseball Federation
Satara, India
Email: internationalsoftbaseball@gmail.com
International Softbaseball Federation is the individual sports organisation. Federation is working over all world promotion and organizing events of Softbaseball Sports

Event Hosting, Teaching

Sport for All

English
International Sport Organization
Grono, Switzerland
Email: info@internationalsportorganization.org
Education Organisation

Consultancy, Curriculum Development, Research, Teaching

Coaching Performance, Diversity, Elite Sport, Equality and Equity in Sport, eSports, Exercise Physiology, Grass Roots Sport, High Performance Sport, Inclusion, Kinematics and/or Kinetics, Motor Behaviour, Physical Activity and Ageing, Physical Education, Prevention of Injuries/Diseases, Rehabilitation, Safeguarding, Sport and Coaching, Sport and Disability, Sport and Gender, Sport Economics, Sport Entrepreneurship, Sport for All, Sport for Development, Sport Governance, Sport Management, Sport Marketing, Sport Pedagogy, Sport Philosophy, Sport Psychology, Sport Sociology, Sports Law, Sports Medicine, Strategic Management

English
International University Sports Federation (FISU)
Lausanne, Switzerland
Email: education@fisu.net
Since its founding in 1949, the International University Sports Federation is the key driver to expand the role and reach of university sport around the world. FISU believes that sports values and sports practice work in perfect synchronicity within one's university studies. FISU offers opportunity and inspiration to students around the world to play sport. The health, wellbeing, and experiences that students gain from sport help them become exemplary leading members of society.

Event Hosting

Elite Sport, High Performance Sport, Physical Education, Sport for All, Sport for Development

English, French
International Workers and Amateurs in Sports Confederation (CSIT)
Vienna, Austria
CSIT (International Workers and Amateurs in Sports Confederation) is a international Multi-Sports Organisation founded 1913 in Ghent/Belgium and was based on the historic ideas of the international labour movement. Nowadays, the main activities that CSIT is organising are the major and small sports events, more precisely Sport for All - Games for amateurs & workers, competitive & non-competitive, for young & old, men & women from all over the world. Sports events considered as festivals of friendship, cultural exchanges, events promoting awareness on tolerance, respect, sustainability & fair play in sport environment, addressed to unlimited size of participants; all those major and small events welcome CSIT members, non-member organisations, cooperation partners, governmental bodies, trade unions and business companies with sports activities for employees and amateurs worldwide. Within the world of international sport, CSIT maintains its support for everyone to benefit from sporting activities regardless of their qualifications, talent, nationality, age, sex and social circumstances. During the last decade CSIT has grown rapidly up to a global organisation with 44 National Member sports organisations/ Unions from 35 countries, 3 continental member unions/ sports organisations (Pan-America, the Balkans, Africa) and approx. 230 million individual memberships today. Most member unions/ sports organisations are from Europe. CSIT is a democratic structured organization with the Congress as highest body, which elects every 4 years an Executive Committee with its leading President as well as Chairmen and Secretaries of the Technical Sports Commissions of different kind of CSIT sports. CSIT stands for the promotion of tolerance, respect, fair play, friendship, intercultural dialog and integration through sport. A 'zero tolerance' - Policy towards violence, fanatic behaviour and racism is pursued accurately. CSIT is recognised by the IOC and it is memeber of GAISF, the Global Assoication of International Sport Federations.

Advocacy, Consultancy, Research

Diversity, Equality and Equity in Sport, Ethics and Integrity in Sport, Grass Roots Sport, Inclusion, Physical Activity and Ageing, Physical Education, Sport Economics, Sport Entrepreneurship, Sport for All, Sport Governance, Sport Management, Sport Marketing, Strategic Management, Traditional Sport and Games

English, French, German