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Woodball

The History of Woodball in FISU 

Since 2004, woodball is part of the programme of the World University Championships. After a first edition organised by Chinese Taipei, two more editions were held in Thailand and Uganda.
With an average of 11 countries represented, the highest number of athletes taking part was recorded in Bangkok in 2006 with 91 players.

 

FISU Regulations

The woodball competitions shall be run in accordance with the most recent technical rules of the International Woodball Federation (IWbF), unless otherwise stated. In the events of a disagreement in the interpretation of the rules, the English text shall be regarded as authoritative.
The programme and duration of competitions are fixed by the Executive Committee in agreement with the Organising Committee and the CTI.The competitions shall last six (6) days and include the following events:

Men and Women
- Individual competition;
- Team competition;
- Doubles competition.

Each country may enter a maximum of seventeen (17) people: twelve (12) competitors six (6) men and six (6) women) and five (5) officials.
In each event, each country may enter:

Men:
- Individual event: three (3) competitors;
- Team event: six (6) competitors.

Women:
- Individual event: three (3) competitors;
- Team event: six (6) competitors.

Doubles:
- Two (2) pairs: men’s doubles;
- Two (2) pairs: women’s doubles;
- Two (2) pairs: mixed doubles.

At the first General Technical Meeting, the Head of Delegation or his/her representative shall confirm and sign the official list of competitors accredited by the CIC.

 

Year

Country

City

Countries

Men

Women

Total

Officials

2004

TPE

Taipei City

11

33

26

59

23

2006

THA

Bangkok

11

48

43

91

27

2010

UGA

Kampala

11

31

24

55

24

Official Timekeeper

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