The latest news of the ICO
The 5th ICO Crossminton World Championhships began with a spectacular opening ceremony in Budapest. The president of the International Crossminton[…]
Vienna – On the 29th and 30th of June, the Austrian Open took place for the first time in Vienna.[…]
Zagreb –Dasen Jardas from Croatia and Eliška Andrlova from Czech Republic grabbed the titles of the Open and Female categories[…]
Representation of the Czech Republic with the title of Regional Champion of the Nations Cup in Crossminton
On Sunday, March 17, 2019 in the Sports Hall in Brzeszcze Czech national team won the title of Regional Champion[…]
The International Crossminton Organisation - ICO (Former International Speed Badminton Organisation - ISBO) is committed to advancing the competitive and recreational sport of crossminton. ICO looks to both constantly develop, and manage all international tournaments, establishing official guidelines and standards world-wide. Furthermore ICO promotes the recreational sport as well as the founding of further national federations.
The ICO was founded the 25th of August 2011 in advanced of the ISBO Azimut Hotels Speedminton® World Championships in speed badminton in Berlin, Germany. Since 2016 the sport SPEED BADMINTON is called CROSSMINTON.
Every national federation, association or sports club, recognizing the ICO Statutes and supporting the ICO objectives, can become a member of the organisation.
The activity of the ICO based mainly on volunteer work and support.
All registered members have the opportunity to participate in events and games organized by the ICO.
Furthermore they are entitled to participate in the Assembly Delegates, which is the highest institution of the ICO. The executive institution of the ICO is the Opens internal link in current windowExecutive Board, which is responsible for the general and current management of the federation.
The ICO pursues for recognition by international umbrella sports organizations e.g. IOC.
2017 over 75 ICO tournaments were hosted world-wide! Nearly 6500 players took part on official tournaments, with an average of 86 players per tournament!
Pursuing exclusively and directly charitable intentions
Promotion, organisation and development of the sport crossminton worldwide
Establishing a game operation with international tournaments consistent, accepted rules
Promotion of the youth and school sports