14 January 2018
NEW - IBSA Eligibility Agreement form 2018
IBSA moved its headquarters to Bonn, Germany in 2015 and we must apply EU laws. EU laws are increasingly more restrictive and tougher in terms of data protection. Our IBSA Athlete Eligibility Agreement must reflect these and we, therefore, have produced a new form again in 2018 which every NEW athlete must sign and each IBSA member country must upload onto the ISAS database. In order to license NEW athletes for 2018 the new IBSA Athlete Eligibility Agreement form must be uploaded. However, those that have already been licensed in 2017 do not require to change the eligibility form. If there any problems with this please contact: IBSA Assist at email@example.com
8 January 2018
Launch of ISAS ONLINE ACCREDITATION SYSTEM
IBSA ONLINE ACCREDITATION SYSTEM 2018
From January 2018 IBSA has launched the ISAS online accreditation system. This will be used for all sanctioned competitions. Any queries please direct to Anca Chereches at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.