For quite some time, the IPCH Development Committee has been hard at work on a brand new initiative. We are now ready and excited to introduce to you the Global Development Network.
The overall objective of the Global Development Network is to create a formalized network inclusive of all the Powerchair Hockey nations ...
We're happy to announce that Danni Hillbrandt-Mogensen is the new Development Officer for the IPCH Sport Executive Committee.
You may know Danni as a player for the Danish National Team for many years and now he's also taking part in the work for the IPCH SEC.
"With the co-optation of Danni we gain a new professional ...
We’re sorry to announce that both Niels ten Hagen and Nikolaj Richelsen have chosen to resign from all of their SEC and IPCH duties, due to personal reasons.
All of the sport executive committee wants to thank both Niels and Nikolaj, for the work and time they have put in to the sport we all love.
We’re wishing them ...
After the result of the elections in the Sport Congress that followed the IPCH World Championship 2018, the new elected SEC, as announced, has been looking to recruit some more people to fulfill some of the vacant position left.
We are really proud to announce that
Kenny Verbraekel accepted to join the Sport ...
The IWAS Powerchair Hockey Sports Executive Committee are very happy to announce that Czech Federation of Powerchair Hockey
have been awarded the IWAS Powerchair Hockey Qualification Tournament 2019!
Congratulations to the Czech Federation of Powerchair Hockey, we wish you good luck with the preparations and ...
Every four year Nations have the opportunity to nominate new candidates for the Sport Executive Committee.
The Sport Congress are rapidly approaching, that means we’re calling for nominees for the 7 positions in the Sport Executive Committee (SEC).
The 7 positions are:
Dear IPCH Friends,
the Sport Executive Commitee has a brand new member!!
We are very very happy to introduce you all to the new IPCH Marketing and Communication Officer Mr. Rasmus Dissing Nielsen.
He is 28 and live in Copenhagen, Denmark. Many of you should know him: he has been playing Powerchair Hockey since 2004 and ...