The International School Sports Federation (ISF) have, in agreement with the Union National du Sport Scolaire (UNSS) decided to extend the registration date for the 19th ISF Gymnasiade School Summer Games in Normandy 2022.
It will take place between the 14th and 22nd of May this year and is the largest international multi-sport event for 16-18 year old students. France are delighted to host such an event and in order to ensure that the delegations can be helped in their preparations, the deadline has now been confirmed as the 15th of March.
To register for this event, click here.
There will also be ParaJudo alongside swimming and athletics in this edition. We can also highlight that the age range is slightly different in this event as the birth years to qualify for competition are 2004, 2005 and 2006.
Judo prides itself on the values that it instills in to all those who partake in the sport at all levels, and we can say that the ISF align with those values. The organisation believes that sport greatly contributes to the whole person, the physical, social and intellectual development and that it is a tool to promote mutual understanding, peace and tolerance.
The ISF and EJU work in cooperation as they are a partner for the Judo Schools League and so co-promote our activities for school sport.
Author: Thea Cowen