GAISF

AcronymDefinition
GAISFGeneral Association of International Sports Federations
GAISFGeneral Assembly of International Sports Federations (now General Association of International Sports Federations)
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The Rugby League International Federation has been granted observer status, the first step towards full membership of GAISF, which was formerly known as Sport Accord.
Observer status gives the RLIF the right to attend the GAISF general assembly and chief executive David Collier says it will provide an opportunity to grow the game on the world stage.
Manchester naturally could not afford to behave differently from its competitors and attended such events (to name only a few) as the congresses of GAISF (The General Assembly of International Sports Federations) at Sydney, of AENOC (the Association of European NOCs) at Istanbul and of ASOIF (Association of Summer Olympic International Federations) at Monte Carlo, as well as the Albertville and Barcelona Games themselves.
GAISF has a membership of 75, and the organization will speak for all those who are unable to make the trip.
The Doping-Free Sport Unit (DFSU) of the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) will remain intact and become the operational nucleus of the ITA, ensuring the staff expertise required to provide anti-doping services under its new, independent governance structure.
The Doping-Free Sport Unit (DFSU) of the Global Association of International Sports Organisations (GAISF) will remain intact and become the operational nucleus of the ITA, ensuring the staff expertise required to provide anti-doping services under its new, independent governance structure.
It includes Mr Gnter Younger, Head of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Intelligence and Investigations Department; Mr Pedro Goncalves, GAISF DFSU Project Manager in charge of the Pre-Games Testing Task Force secretariat; and Dr Richard Budgett, Olympic rowing champion and IOC Medical and Scientific Director.