Chess as one of sports at The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw Print
Monday, 18 November 2013 05:53
WG 2017

Select your favourite invitational sports during The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw

The World Games 2017 will take place in Wroclaw. Competitions at the highest level in a multitude of diverse, popular and spectacular sports make up the mainstay of The World Games. Sports practiced on land, in the air, in and on the water, all concur in the pursuit of "Faster, Higher, Stronger". At quadrennial intervals, in the years following the Games of the Olympiad, the world’s best athletes in these sports unite in their common search for excellence during The World Games.

The World Games are staged over a period of 11 days. They start with the Opening Ceremony and conclude with the Closing Ceremony.

As 4,000 of the finest sportsmen and women contest the coveted medals at The World Games, they present the very essence of their sport to the world at large.

OFFICIAL & INVITATIONAL SPORTS

The Official Sports Program will encompass over 30 non-olympic sports in six categories:
Artistic and Dance Sports
Trend Sports
Ball Sports
Martial Arts
Precision Sports
Strength Sports

Proposed by the Host City and accepted by IWGA the Invitational Sports Program will showcase up to 5 additional sports. Today you can vote for your favourite invitational sports during The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw! You can select up to 5 disciplines. This survey ends on November 25th, 2013. Your votes will contribute to a decision that will be made soon.


And... see you in Wroclaw!

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