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The ILS has considered the worsening position in Italy, Europe and around the world which has deepened considerably in recent days.

In the interests of the health and well-being of all participants of our events, the ILS has decided that the Lifesaving World Championships 2020 will not take place in September 2020 and will be postponed until 2021 (or even 2022).

The facts that support the decision of the ILS Crisis Management Group established to manage this issue are contained in the letter that can be downloaded from the Public Documents area on our website.

 

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