For you, nothing changes expect for the appearance of our media portal.
Your account has been transferred over to the new system together with your log-in (your email). Your password remains the same. Your history has been moved across too.
If you don’t have an account, you can create one via the home page by going to 'Register a new journalist or photographer'.
If you have lost your password, use the Password recovery function on the home page but DON'T CREATE a new personal account.
If you need any help, please get in touch with us via the contact form and choose 'FIG Communications & Media Dpt' as your message destination. We will be pleased to help you.
Accreditations for television have fundamentally changed from the previous version of the system.
No personal account has been moved over to the new system (for HB, RT, ENR functions) since henceforth staff on site at an event no longer have a personal account but a business one.
Each television channel must now create a new business account with their company name. This can be reached from the home page under 'Register a new television channel'.
You are strongly advised to put :
Once your account has been created, you can connect to your business page.
If you have lost your password, use the Password recovery function on the home page but DON'T CREATE a new business account.
If you need any help, please get in touch with us using the contact form and choosing 'FIG Communications & Media Dpt' as your message destination. We will be pleased to help you.
The International Gymnastics Federation is the governing body for Gymnastics worldwide. It is the oldest established international federation of an Olympic sport and has participated in the Olympic Games since their revival in 1896. The FIG governs eight sports: Gymnastics for All, Men's and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Trampoline - including Double Mini-trampoline and Tumbling -, Aerobics, Acrobatics, and Parkour. It counts more than 160 national member federations and has its headquarters in the Olympic Capital of Lausanne (SUI).