2025 World Game Competiton Manager Meeting at Chengdu, China on Oct. 24, 25th

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Report on the 2025 World Games Competition Manager Meeting Reported by Wangki Cho Yuni Cobb I am pleased to provide a comprehensive report on the recent 2025 World Games-Competition Manager Meeting held in Chengdu, China from October 23rd to 26th, 2023. This meeting, attended by representatives of the International Racquetball Federation (IRF), aimed to address critical matters regarding the upcoming 2025 World Games (TWG). 1. Participation Overview: During the meeting, it was revealed that the 2025 TWG is anticipating an impressive turnout, with expectations of 34 sports disciplines, representation from over 100 countries, and participation from more than 5000 athletes. This diverse and extensive participation reflects the global significance of TWG. 2. ARF Members at the CM Meetings: The IRF was effectively represented by the following ARF members at the Competition Manager meetings: - Dr. Wang Ki Cho, President - Yuni Cobb, Secretary General - Chenghuan Li Director of International Relations 3. Meeting Highlights: One of the pivotal moments of the meeting was our one-on-one session with Ms. Zhang, the representative from the Local Organizing Committee (LOC). During this exchange, we articulated our key requests, which included the provision of two portable racquetball courts to enhance the promotion of racquetball and leave a lasting legacy after the 2025 TWG. We also emphasized the importance of having Chinese players represent the sport and securing a venue with increased spectator capacity. It is worth noting that Ms. Zhang displayed a high level of receptivity to our requests, and we received positive indications that our proposals will likely be accepted. We anticipate confirmation of these arrangements by the end of December this year. Furthermore, we have initiated collaboration with the International World Games Association (IWGA), which will lend its support in championing our requests during discussions with the Chinese National Sports Organization. In conclusion, I wish to express my sincere gratitude to Osvaldo, the President, and the board of the IRF for entrusting the ARF with the responsibility of representing the racquetball community at this crucial gathering in Chengdu, China. Additionally, I would like to extend my recognition to Yuni Cobb and Chenghuan Li for their invaluable expertise and contributions that played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of this meeting.20231024_091217.jpg20231024_091543.jpg20231024_110407.jpg20231024_103939.jpgIMG-20231024-WA0001.jpgScreenshot_20231024_133007_Gallery.jpg


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