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CISMSSMBS: CISM Star of Sports Merit - Bronze Star   Övriga

Instiftad år: 1948 Valör: Brons
Ytterligare information:
The Star of Sports Merit may be conferred by the Secretary General on military athletes who have participated in and demonstrated excellence in Category 1 or Category 2 CISM sports. The Star of Sports Merit comprises four grades : Double Gold Star; Gold Star; Silver Star; Bronze Star.
According to the obtained results, the CISM athletes receive points, which are collected through all the competitions (civilian and CISM) to include a minimum of two (2) CISM Category 1 or Category 2 Championships. The total obtained points determines the Sports Merit level.


 

Uppladdad: 2008-05-25 21:16:32, av: PeO Sandberg.




Kommentarer:
2010-01-05 13:02:44Mattias Hantoft
The last General Assembly approved the modification of the conditions for awarding the “CISM Star of Sport Merit” (Decision File 05/172). The awarding of the Star does no longer depend on the results of the athlete, but on the number of championships he/she participated in.
In a few words, the Sports Commission came to the conclusion that if an athlete managed to qualify for a CISM World Championship, 2, 4, 6 or 9 times, it simply meant that the athlete was of a very high level. The main intention is to make the awarding easier for the athletes; and to have more athletes wearing the decorations. The new system came into force from 01/01/06.

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http://www.cism-milsport.org/eng/a_cism/a5_awards/a505_star.html
2010-01-05 13:02:26Mattias Hantoft
The last General Assembly approved the modification of the conditions for awarding the “CISM Star of Sport Merit” (Decision File 05/172). The awarding of the Star does no longer depend on the results of the athlete, but on the number of championships he/she participated in.
In a few words, the Sports Commission came to the conclusion that if an athlete managed to qualify for a CISM World Championship, 2, 4, 6 or 9 times, it simply meant that the athlete was of a very high level. The main intention is to make the awarding easier for the athletes; and to have more athletes wearing the decorations. The new system came into force from 01/01/06.

Hämtat från:
http://www.cism-milsport.org/eng/a_cism/a5_awards/a505_star.html
2010-01-05 13:02:19Mattias Hantoft
The last General Assembly approved the modification of the conditions for awarding the “CISM Star of Sport Merit” (Decision File 05/172). The awarding of the Star does no longer depend on the results of the athlete, but on the number of championships he/she participated in.
In a few words, the Sports Commission came to the conclusion that if an athlete managed to qualify for a CISM World Championship, 2, 4, 6 or 9 times, it simply meant that the athlete was of a very high level. The main intention is to make the awarding easier for the athletes; and to have more athletes wearing the decorations. The new system came into force from 01/01/06.

Hämtat från:
http://www.cism-milsport.org/eng/a_cism/a5_awards/a505_star.html