Role: Professor Rob Scott Prof Scott, who completed specialist training in the techniques and standards for different sports at the International Blind Sports Federation headquarters in Bonn, Germany, said he was amazed how tough and precise the tests are.
What does IBSF stand for?
IBSF stands for International Blind Sports Federation
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We have 3 other meanings of IBSF in our Acronym Attic
- Initial Blood Storage Equipment
- Initial Blood Storage Experiment (US NASA)
- Inquiry-Based Science Education (various locations)
- International Brotherhood of Software Engineers
- Indiana Board of Special Education Appeals
- Inflammatory Bowel South-Eastern Norway (gastroenterologist study group)
- International Business Student Exchange Network (various universities)
- Inadequate Bladder Storage Function (urology)
- Indonesia Biotechnology Students' Forum
- International Billiards & Snooker Federation
- International Building Systems Factory (Saudi Arabia)
- International Baltic Sea Fishery Commission (EU)
- Institute of Biodiversity Science, Fudan University (China)
- Indian Burial and Sacred Grounds Watch (website)
- Informal Baltic Sea Group (EU)
- Intelligent Business Systems Group, Inc. (Delaware)
- International Building Study Group (UK)
- Internet Business Services Group (Cisco)
- Internet Business Solutions Group
- Internetwork Broadcast Sub-Group (ATM Forum, MPOA SWG)
Samples in periodicals archive:
SDSF president Ebrahim Al Ali inaugurated the event which was also attended by International Blind Sports Federation Goalball Chairman Mark Lund, Bahrain Disabled Sports Federation President Shaikh Ahmed bin Salman Al Khalifa and other officials.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA), responsible for fifteen sports for the blind and partially sighted in total, is the governing body for this sport.
Porter also finished 5th at the 2006 International Blind Sports Federation World Judo Championships in France.
Porter finished 5th at the 2006 International Blind Sports Federation World Judo Championships and has his sights set on the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.