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Maison du Sport Internationale

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The Maison du Sport International (International House of Sport)[1][2] is an office complex opened in 2006 in Lausanne, Switzerland, via a joint venture between the City of Lausanne, and the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It was created to entice all the World's Sport governing bodies (also known as International Federations[3], (or IF's)[4][5][6][7] to bring their headquarters to Lausanne, in order to improve their proximity to the headquarters of the IOC, and thus improve communications between these bodies.

Currently the tenants[8] of the MSI, include:

International federations

  • FITA International Archery Federation
  • BWF Badminton World Federation (branch office)
  • FIBT International Bobsleigh and Tobogganing Federation
  • AIBA International Boxing Association
  • WBF World Bridge Federation
  • ICF International Canoe Federation
  • FICS International Federation of Sports Chiropractic
  • FIE Fédération Internationale d'Escrime
  • ISF International Softball Federation - European Office[9][10]
  • FISA International Rowing Federation
  • WTF World Taekwondo Federation (branch office[11]

Sports organizations

Sports companies

  • Carlson Wagonlit Travel
  • Ernst and Young
  • Event Knowledge Services
  • F2FX ;
  • Ibarrola Sports International Law
  • IEC in Sport
  • J. de Heer Consultants
  • RBO Organisations
  • SINERGI Sports Consulting
  • J.-P. et R. Strebel, Consultants
  • Sport and Arts Global Management(SAG)
  • Sportcentric


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