Military World Games

The Military World Games is a multi-sport event for military sportspeople, organized by the International Military Sports Council (CISM). The Games have been held since 1995, although championships for separate sports had been held for some years. A winter edition of the games was created later on, the first edition was organized by the Italian region of Aosta Valley from 20 to 25 of March 2010.[1]

Military World Games
First event1995 Rome
Occur every4 Years
Last event2019 Wuhan
Next event2023 Bogota
PurposeMilitary multi-sport event for nations of the World
OrganizationCISM

SportsEdit

Summer GamesEdit

Military sports

Winter GamesEdit

EditionsEdit

Summer GamesEdit

Host cities of the Military Games
Year Games Host Opened by Dates Nations Competitors Sports Events Top Country
On Medal Table
Men Women Total
1995 1   Rome Oscar Luigi Scalfaro September 4 – 16 93 4017 17 179   Russia
1999 2   Zagreb Franjo Tuđman August 8 – 17 80 7825 18 199   Russia
2003 3   Catania Carlo Azeglio Ciampi December 4 – 11 81 3217 11 120   China
2007 4   Hyderabad Pratibha Patil October 14 – 21 101 4738 15 157   Russia
2011 5   Rio de Janeiro Dilma Rousseff July 15 – 24 113 4017 20 195   Brazil
2015 6   Mungyeong Park Geun-hye October 2 – 11 110 8700 24 248   Russia
2019 7   Wuhan Xi Jinping October 18 – 27 110 9308 27 316   China
2023 8   Bogota (TBC) President of Colombia (expected) TBA TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

Winter GamesEdit

Host cities of the Military Games
Year Games Host Dates Nations Competitors Sports Events Top Country
On Medal Table
Men Women Total
2010 1   Aosta Valley March 20 – 25 43 800 6 28   Italy
2013 2   Annecy March 24 – 29 40 1000 8 36   France
2017 3   Sochi February 24 – 27 25 402 7 44   Russia
2022 4   Berchtesgaden Cancelled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic[2]
2025 5   Bern Future event

Cadet GamesEdit

Year Games Host Dates Nations Competitors Sports Events Top Country
On Medal Table
Men Women Total
2010 1   Ankara
2014 2   Quito
2022 3   St. Petersburg

Source: [3]

MedalsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Guidance for Submitting a Candidature to the Organization of the 1st CISM Winter Military Games" (PDF). CISM official website. CISM Winter Military Games Bidding Book. Retrieved 26 April 2020.
  2. ^ Iveson, Ali (31 December 2021). "Military World Winter Games cancelled over COVID-19 concerns". InsideTheGames.biz. Retrieved 15 January 2022.{{cite news}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ http://www.milsport.one/cism-events/cism-world-cadet-games

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