International Yo-Yo Federation
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International Yo-Yo Federation
International Yo-Yo Federation
AbbreviationIYYF
FormationFebruary 8, 2013[1]
TypeInternational non-governmental & non-profi organization
Legal statusA legal entity operating in accordance with the laws of the Czech Republic
PurposeDeveloping and promoting yo-yoing as a sport on a global level.[2]
HeadquartersCzech Republic Czech Republic
Location
Region served
Worldwide
Membership
National organization
Official language
English
Main organ
Executive Board
Websiteiyyf.org

International Yo-Yo Federation (IYYF) is an international Yo-yo organization that promotes World Yo-Yo Contest and European Yo-Yo Championship and develops and promotes yo-yoing as a sport on a global level.

History

The International Yo-Yo Federation (IYYF) was formed on February 8, 2013. World Yo-Yo Contest had been promoted by Greg Cohen since 2000. IYYF was formed to promote world Yo-Yo contest and other international competitions. The United States, the Czech Republic, Japan, and Brazil are the first national members to join the IYYF.

Executive Board

  • Ondrej Sedivy (Czech Yoyo Association)
  • Hironori Mii (Japan Yo-Yo Federation)
  • Rafael Matsunaga (Brazilian YoYo Association)
  • Thad Winzenz (US National Yo-Yo League)
  • Jan Kordovsky (Czech Yoyo Association)

References

External links


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