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Stoil Sotirov (BUL) was elected the first President and he was the only president of IFSA until its dissolution.
The registered office of the federation had its headquarters in Sofia (BUL).
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The Russian acrobats presented very high technical level routines of mixed pairs and men’s group.
The Polish team showed an interesting form of routines in women’s trio.
Teams from four countries participated in the tournament: the USSR, Poland, Bulgaria and the German Democratic Republic (GDR).
The premiere Junior World Championships were held in Katowice (POL) in 1989.
From IFSA to FIG Thanks to the initiative of national acrobatics federations of the USSR, Poland and Bulgaria, the International Federation of Sports Acrobatics (IFSA) was established on November 23, 1973 at the congress in Moscow.
It united the national federations of 12 countries.
The athletes competed in different countries and their televised performances were compared and judged.
At the start, only acrobats from the USSR and Poland took part in the TV matches, but later Bulgaria joined got involved as well.