PROTOCOL COVID OF THE CIPS
The CIPS, in collaboration with its three International Federations: Freshwater, Sea and Fly angling, has prepared the protocol of the organizations and the course of all the championships that are planned in the calendar of the championships.
The CIPS Protocol contains the provisions for the protection of athletes, captains, delegates, guests and obviously the health of the staff who in various ways will be present at the championships. This Protocol extends the existing versions of the competition rules of the three major disciplines: freshwater, sea and fly and must be applied to all sports fishing championships organized during the year 2021 by all three international federations belonging to the CIPS.
The Protocol extends the existing version of the competition rules and changes to the rules of the International Federation and must be applied at a minimum or as an extension to the existing national, local or regional safety rules of the host country which shall take precedence.
See the Protocol CIPS here:>>>
See the Self Declaration for the competitors must been signed by all participating at the CIPS-FIPS championships here:>>>
THE INTERNATIONAL SPORT FISHING CONFEDERATION - CIPS
The International Sport Fishing Confederation (CIPS) was born on 22nd February, 1952 in Rome with the signature of the official papers and the drawing up of the statutes in the Honour Room of the Italian National Olympic Commettee (C.O.N.I.).
The International Sport Fishing Confederation is an Organization of universal nature which has the goal to promote, coordinate and improve all the activities in touch with the fishing from a sporting point of view.
Its sporting, technical, scientific or cultural activities are opened to all regardless of race, social, politics, gender or religion, according to the principles of the Olympic ideal.
The CIPS action stretches all over the world. It is the only organization which represents the great community of sport fishermen. Currently 152 National Federations from 78 countries and one international fishing organisation, representing alltogether about 50 million members are belonging to CIPS.
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CHARTER ON ENVIRONMENT OF THE CIPS
One of the most important priorities of sports fishing is the respect and the protection of the nature, the environment and the beings living in fresh waters and seas; the biodiversity, the sustainability. To affirm and confirm these efforts, the Presidium of the CIPS with its decision of 10 April 2021 has adopted and publishes the Charter of the International Confederation of Sports Fishing on the Environment
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ATHLETES CHARTER OF THE CIPS
In order to promote respect for the rights and responsibilities of athletes in sport fishing, the CIPS Athletes' Commission drew up the Athletes Charter, which the Presidium approved on its meeting on 10 April 2021.
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THE RESULTS 2021
- World Championships in fresh water
- World Championships in sea fishing
- World Championships in Fly fishing
CALENDAR OF CHAMPIONSHIPS 2021
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the International Calendar of the World and Regional Sports Fishing Championships at the moment cannot be only provisional. To the extent of the development of the pandemic and the restrictions of the different countries, some World Championships planned for 2021 should have been postponed, organized by another federation or transferred to other venues.
FIPSed Sports calendar 2021: >>>
FIPS-Mer International Calendar 2021: >>>
FIPS-Mouche Championships 2021: >>>
SPORT FISHING DISCIPLINES PRACTISED