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IDF joins at SportWorks and move the Headquarters to Lausanne

International Dart Federation is happy to announce the membership and the partnership of SportWorks.

SportWorks is the leading business for sport workers and organizations that need to strengthen their connections with the sports community.

SportWorks spaces and services are designed to bring together sport leaders, Federations, organizations, businesses and entrepreneurs, to share knowledge, build relationships and generate mutual development.

Sportworks House is based in Lausanne Olympic Capital. SportWorks coworking is a unique complex that brings together several of the leading players in international sports.

SportWorks international community with its heart in Lausanne, the Olympic Capital, is formed of professionals who work in the field of sport; the people & organisations working to make sports events & programs happen.

When this community connects to exchange & share knowledge, it can accomplish even greater work.

SportWorks loves doing sports, adventures, experiences, CONNECTING and LEARNING from each other.
SportWorks creates opportunities & solutions for our members to build relationships with relevant sports professionals & organizations & strengthen their presence in the community.

SportWorks provides collaborative environments through our online & live events, in which professionals can develop their skills, knowledge, networks & partnerships around the world.

Thanks to this partnership IDF is moving the headquarters, following the decision on the Extraordinary General Assembly, moving in Lausanne: IDF C/O SportWorks at the Pl. de la Gare 12, 1003 Lausanne, Switzerland.

IDF joins Lausanne, the Olympic Capital.

In 1915, Baron Pierre de Coubertin chose Lausanne to establish the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). He moved to the shores of Lake Geneva where he found a more peaceful and stable environment in a time of war in Europe. In Lausanne, “the Olympic spirit will find an independent and proud atmosphere where reigns the pledge of freedom that it needs to progress”, declared the reviver of the modern Olympic Games at the time.

Over the years, more and more International Sports Federations and sports organisations have joined the IOC in making Lausanne their home. Here, they have all found the ideal setting to develop and strengthen the place of sport in society. On 23 June 1994, Lausanne was given the title of Olympic Capital by the IOC to mark its centenary, confirming the city’s status as the epicentre of international sport.

Proud of this title and conscious of its responsibility, the City of Lausanne and the Canton de Vaud have spent years developing a policy worthy of this status, enabling the city to not only become the administrative capital of sport over the course of time, but also a place where people can practice and watch sport.

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