France (Q933)

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Country in Europe
  • France
  • FRA
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France
Country in Europe
  • France
  • FRA

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2012
First year of operation of the Sourds de France Athlete Coordination Committee (CCSSF): - Deaf athletes returned to international competitions after the ICSD canceled the suspension of the international non-representativeness of the FFH; - inter-school competitions, absent for 10 years, are taken over for the benefit of deaf pupils.
2009
2009: A compromise is reached with Craig Crowley , president of the International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD), concerning the representativeness in the international statutes of the FFH that its president is not deaf.
2007
2007: An extraordinary general assembly takes note of the will of the French Sportive Federation of the Deaf (FSSF), by the voice of Isabelle Malaurie, its president, to join the FFH.
1918
1918: Gaston Vialatte created in 1918 the Sports Federation of the Deaf-Mutes of France (FSSMF) of which Eugene Ruben-Alcais is general secretary who coordinates the successive drafting of the statutes, ready in 1919.
1956
1956: Creation of the Sports Federation of the Deaf of France (FSSF) which succeeds the Sports Federation of the Deaf Mutes of France (FSSMF).
2005
2005: Study of the integration project of the Sports Federation of the Deaf of France (FSSF) to the French Handicap Federation (FFH), at the request of the Ministry of Sports.
August 1924Gregorian
In Paris in August 1924, the "International Silent Games" were held, where 148 athletes from 9 nations (Belgium, France, United Kingdom, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania) in 7 disciplines (athetism, road cycling, football, diving, tennis and shooting).
2006
2006: First negotiations between the FFH and the Sports Federation of the Deaf of France (FSSF)
1947
In 1947, Saarland was placed under French control.
2008
2008: At the general assembly of the FFH of April 26, the announcement is made that the Sports Federation of the Deaf of France (FSSF) voted its dissolution by 111 votes for, 20 votes against and 6 blank ballots during its General Assembly, which is held at the same time. This dissolution was necessary to allow the integration of the WSP into the FFH.
2011
2011: At the annual congress of the International Committee of Deaf Sports (47 nations) in Rome, ICSD members voted (38 votes in favor) for the reinstatement of France as a full member of the organization.
1976
The first organized international cp football tournament took place in France in 1976 at the Juegos de Montedrat.
1970
Powerchair footbal was first played in France in 1970.
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