International Judo Federation re-elects Vizer as president in Budapest
The International Judo Federation (IJF) has re-elected Marius Vizer as its president.
The Austrian-Romanian sports diplomat was elected for a four-year term at the Budapest congress of the federation on Friday. It is interesting, Vizer speaks Hungarian well.
Vizer, who has held the top post of the federation since 2007, announced that IJF had concluded a cooperation agreement with the CNN news channel.
Marius L. Vizer was the president of SportAccord, but after two years he resigned in 2015.
Budapest will host the World Judo Championships from August 28 to September 3.