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HOW TO DO, AND Certify a WORLD RECORD BUSINESS
(Manual and intellectual).

This association has the task of certifying for those who wanted, world records working of any kind. For people who are serious about achieving a world record business, can offer us a try, accompanied by a regulation structured by you. Then you will be judged by the jury of the World International Champions , who will determine whether the attempt by you proposed is a job, (The association certifies record working past, present and future) in the primary, secondary and tertiary. When the jury will have approved the regulations, notify the competitor if the attempt proposed by you is a world record business already certified by us or or a new world record attempt working. If the jury does not approve the proposed regulation by you mean it is not an attempt world record business, then this association will be happy to advise you to make sure that it is a world record business. If in case you were not willing to listen to our advice, please do not insist. To use the service of WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS and to have a judge and assistant for your working world record attempts, you have to bear the costs, which include the use of the logo, to provide the judge and assistant during the event. Also you must provide for the trip, lunch and dinner, room and board that are determined according to the permanence of the judge and assistant. The competitor (winner) will also support the costs ANTI DOPING. (Not all disciplines is essential such gatherings) It is recommended to organize tournaments that you can do more to compete possible competitors to divide, fairly, the expenses that need to be addressed during the event certified world record business, usually those who try to make a world record attempt working leans too Sponsor which obviously will have feedback throughout the event. When you are there you will be enrolled in the World International Champions  once this association will be responsible for spreading the news of your participation in the working world of the race: newspapers, radio, national television, local (of all Italian regions) and foreign, visibility on Facebook (profile of World International Champions , on different groups, editorial offices, television and radio national, regional and foreign) television interviews Italian and foreign, visibility on the website of 'association (is one of the most viewed in the world). This service is a gift that we give to those who organize world records working .For any info. Contact by Facebook or by e-mail: worldinternationalchampions@gmail.com
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MEANING OF WORK

The work, important category of many specialized fields, from anthropology to theology through physics and sociology, is a productive activity that involves the expenditure of physical and intellectual energies to achieve a stated purpose, and in general to procure essential goods for living or other types of goods, not only through a monetary value acquired by third parties as compensation. It is a useful service that makes it to the company for which you get a charge no more money. In the modern world the work is explicated by the exercise of a trade or profession and is aimed at the satisfaction of individual and collective needs. On the legal stands gainful employment from the autonomous and semi-subordinate with characteristics intermediate between the first two.

MEANING OF WORKING WORLD RECORD

Means the best performance in a certain discipline working worldwide (global). We use the term to refer to the working world record performances that take place in the same manner of regulation. The world international champions is charged in recognition of the records in the working world. Because a record is recognized, the event must contend following specific rules el`atleta winner must undergo after the race at the doping test. The improvement of a world record business is a big achievement in the career of an athlete, and many athletes become popular because they beat a world record business, even if that was their only or main result. The working world records may be established thanks to our judge helped by an assistant, who will have to measure the performance of the competitor.

HISTORY AND THE ORIGINS OF WORK


Trades and professions

The distinction between crafts and professions roughly corresponds to that between manual and intellectual work. Traditionally, in fact, the trades are based on the make, require skills and expertise of a mainly practical, while the professions are based on knowledge, a wealth of knowledge of the intellectual type. The craft is learned through practice and training, while the profession requires a formal qualification issued by institutions of higher learning, especially from universities. Today, however, the distinction between trades and professions tend to be less clear: the increasing specialization of knowledge, dissemination and diversification of higher education have led to a generalized professionalization of occupations

Liberal arts and mechanical

Trades and professions make up the universe of occupations, ie activities conducted continuously, for purposes of gain, on the basis of skills, knowledge and qualifications acquired in various ways. The distinction between crafts and professions refers to that between manual and intellectual work, which in the Middle Ages corresponded to the distinction between liberal arts and the mechanical arts or manual. The liberal arts included the arts of the trivium - grammar, rhetoric, dialectic - and the quadrivium - arithmetic, geometry, music and astronomy - to which were added to the case law, theology and medicine. The study of the liberal arts formed the core of knowledge for the traditional professions such as doctor, lawyer, architect, and these arts had long been the pre-eminence of the manual or mechanical. Reigned in fact the belief that the former require it mainly the use of the faculties' upper 'of the spirit, while the latter would imply the use of common faculties, such as physical strength, skill, dexterity, you could buy through' exercise and habit. Even today we use the term profession refers to any activity - practical, professional, artistic, intellectual - to indicate the strictly practical, based on a body of technical knowledge. For example, say 'knows his job', or 'has a great craft' about who performs an activity with skill and competence.

Origin of trades

The etymology of the word trade, which derives from the Latin Ministerium ("office service"), highlights that it is a practical activity, useful. The trades in fact are usually identified with the crafts or manuals in general. In ancient times these were carried out in many cases by slaves or servants in Egypt, for example, the great architectural works were performed by teams of slaves in the Roman Empire the major industries of ceramics and bricks used a slave labor. Often, however, the artisans were free men, and in ancient Rome were organized in guilds (collegia, corpora) which gathered a minimum of three people. Organizations craft survived during the barbarian invasions, but it was with the revival of the city economy that took on new importance: we find throughout Europe with different names: arts, chapels, schools, companies, fraglie, guilds.

Apogee and decline of the medieval guilds

The medieval guilds were equipped with regulations freely discussed and accepted. The first statutes of trades that have come back to the 12th century. The Livre des métiers ("Book of the trades') composed in 1258 under Louis IX met the statutes of 101 corporations Parisian. The statutes show that most of the trades had given organization. These crafts were called jurors, as submitted to conditions for hiring and manufacturers warranties. Following some trades will be regulated, that is subjected to public regulation. The trades were somehow self-managed. Elected within them responsible for annual (Jures, maicars or mayors, mayors) who kept watch on the enforcement of regulations, organized exams, collected taxes registration and fines. Most of the trades was divided into three levels: the apprentice, which could remain in this condition even for eight or ten years; that of the boy (or aide, later worker), and finally that of the master.

The trades in the modern world

The inability of the artisans to transform, to embrace innovation, to integrate the new technologies created with the Industrial Revolution condemned to death the old trade guilds. Between the end of the eighteenth century and the first half of the nineteenth century, the guilds were abolished in Spain, France and England. During the 20th century the emergence of new needs and the need for quality have given new space and prestige to crafts. In various countries for the exercise of a handmade craft is mandatory criterion of professional competence, reminiscent of the examination that it was necessary to support in the past. In France, for example, a law of 1966 laid down the conditions for granting the title of a skilled craftsman (artisan en son métier).

Origin and Development of Occupations

The term appears profession in England in the 16th century to describe the work in the three areas of theology, law and medicine. In the ancient world, where there were also the figures of the priest, the lawyer and the doctor, there was a corresponding term. This can be explained by the changes that the exercise of the three activities suffered during the Middle Ages, especially with the birth and development of a new social institution: the university. In the three higher faculties of theology, law and medicine for candidates in three professions was provided a process of prolonged and formal training that gave not only a wealth of expertise, but also a general culture of refined character. Given the absolute dominance of the Church on the culture of the time, the exercise of these activities tended almost overlap the profession of their faith. With the process of secularization that swept the world of culture and universities the term profession gradually lost its religious connotations, but retained until the 20th century meaning exclusive and prestigious.

Features of the professions

Regulations. The professions in the narrow sense are highly qualified employment, which apply a systematic body of knowledge on issues relevant to the core values of the company, such as health and justice, and are carried out by people who bought specialized skills by following courses of study extended and aimed at such end. For this the professions in general have a high social prestige, and are characterized by a level of high income. The exercise of the profession is regulated by the State with mechanisms other than those in other occupations. They are subject to a legal framework that seeks to ensure that the professionals have sufficient technical and moral, and to prevent the uncontrolled exercise of the profession harm the public interest. In Italy, the Civil Code as well as a number of laws specifically dedicated to one or more professions determine the operating conditions, starting from compulsory membership in associations or lists required by orders and professional colleges. The first law of its kind on the legal profession, dates back to 1874. Among the professions regulated in this way are those of doctors and midwives, notaries and labor consultants, surveyors and biologists, journalists and ski instructors, to the food technologists .
New professions. Today the development of new types of specialized knowledge, the spread and diversification of higher education and the importance acquired by the possession of formal qualifications in the labor market have led to a general professionalization of occupations. The number of occupations who aspire to be recognized as professions grows constantly: building managers, laboratory technicians, interpreters, speech therapists, sociologists. The professional world today is therefore extremely heterogeneous in many respects: the forms of exercise of the profession (public employees, private employees, freelancers, mixed forms), the qualification (degree or diploma), the levels of income, power, social prestige.

SIGNIFICANCE HANDWORK:

Of the hand; done by hand; made with hands:

SIGNIFICANCE INTELLECTUAL WORK:

Who does an activity of prevailing thought and a member of a profession that has to do with the culture

HOW TO MAKE A REGULATION.

Write regulatory texts is not difficult, because they generally are very schematic. And crucial, however, that the author of a regulatory text, to ensure that the WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS understand what you have written makes very clear in mind all the information you must provide and arrange in a ladder structured, so as to transmit information essential and relevant, according to a logical and chronological appropriate respect to content, recipient, and the purpose of the message.
First, you have to collect the information: take note of the technical managers need to observe and to avoid damages or injuries of any kind; learn about the operation of the equipment to be able to explain how to use them. After organizing the information in a lineup, following a logical and chronological approach in order to details of: how to behave and the safety limits, the instructions on how to operate the equipment and what to do to after work. After, formula the various points of the regulation: the language must be clear and concise, and the sentences should be short and should be taken care of specific terminology, so that the reader knows immediately what it's about; should not miss temporal and spatial instructions; you can turn to in a formal way. Next, choose the most appropriate graphics to reveal the message, differentiating with bold key points; any ancillary information can be added with a call like this: Remember ... Do not forget: ..., Attention: Well ... with this simple guide you managed to achieve or have laid the foundation to start writing a text regulative .. Ps. If you find it difficult to draft a regulation, the WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS will follow you and help you to do it. WORK AS A CHANGE OF 'AGE: why is the continuous succession of moments where events take place and changes things: past, present, future

WHO IS THE JURY OF WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS

committee that examines competitors, awarding the prizes

THE WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS  CERTIFY ALL JOBS SECTOR PRIMARY, SECONDARY, TERTIARY OF ANCIENT, PRESENT AND FUTURE WORK.

PRIMARY SECTOR

The primary sector is one of the main productive sectors of the economy and is composed by all the traditional economic activities. The activities included in the primary sector are the first to be practiced by man, hence the name "primary". They are part of the primary sector agriculture, farming, fishing, mining, forestry activities and the exploitation of natural resources. Agriculture. Agriculture consists of the activities of cultivation of the land in order to obtain products of plant origin for human food or animal. Peach. Fishing is the set of activities specializing in the collection of fish and fish products in the seas, rivers and lakes. Breeding. Breeding groups all those human activities that specialize in custody and in the reproduction of animals to produce meat, milk, skins and other products. Mining and quarrying. Mining is the extraction of mineral and energy resources from the Earth. For example, the extraction of iron, copper, coal, oil, etc. Activities wooded. In wooded activities also include the cutting and woodworking in order to obtain timber or semi-finished products.
Until the Industrial Revolution, the primary sector plays an important role of livelihood for the people. The weight of the primary sector on the economy tends to decrease with economic development. In the early stages of economic development, the primary sector dominates over all others because the production is concentrated in agriculture and mining. With the advance of progress and development emerge new production sectors, such as the secondary sector and the tertiary sector, and the weight percentage of the primary sector on the economy is progressively reduced. Even today in many undeveloped countries the weight of the primary sector is predominant than the other sectors of the economy (secondary, tertiary). The weight of the primary sector, however, is not widespread in most advanced economies. It should however be stated that, despite having a lower percentage weight on the economy, agriculture in developed countries benefits from productivity and production significantly higher than those of the backward countries. Seasonal cycles. Unlike other production sectors most of the economic activities of the primary sector are legal to the cyclical seasons. This happens, in particular, in agriculture and animal rearing.

SECONDARY SECTOR

The secondary sector includes the economic activities of industrial type. The secondary sector develops in the course of economic development and is characterized by heavy use of technology for the production of goods. The secondary sector is one of the main productive sectors of an economy. The name "secondary" comes from the fact that the industry is the second stage of economic development. Another source traces the name "secondary" to the fact that industrial products are designed to meet the needs of secondary, in other words those needs that arise only when they were already satisfied the basic needs (food, housing, security). The secondary sector is responsible for the processing of raw materials and products from the primary sector to produce new finished products to be placed on the selling markets. In the secondary sector industries of all types (manufacturing, chemical, textile, pharmaceutical, food processing, metallurgical, mechanical, energy), construction and craftsmanship. Metallurgy. The metallurgical sector is specialized in metalworking. One of the main products of the metallurgical industry is steel. Chemistry. The chemical industry is engaged in production of substances used in other industrial activity. One of the main products of the chemical industry is plastic. Engineering industry. The engineering industry is engaged in production vehicles, cars and heavy machinery. Textile Industry. The textile industry is specialized in the production of textiles and garments. Agri-food industry. The food industry is responsible for the processing of agricultural products in food products for supermarkets. Construction. In the construction sector includes all activities for construction of buildings, facilities and infrastructure (roads, railways, etc.).

TERTIARY SECTOR

The service sector includes all economic activities that produce services and benefits targeted to households and businesses. Are therefore excluded companies manufacturing goods. In some definitions the tertiary sector is also defined as a residual of the economy including all that is not agriculture and not industry. The tertiary sector is called because in the early stages of economic development occurs after the formation of the primary sector and the secondary sector. In the tertiary sector includes companies heterogeneous and diverse. The services are classified into two main types: Services for sale. Included in this category trade, hotels, utilities, communications, credit, insurance, consultancy, transport and services for the enterprise. Services not intended for sale. Included in this category domestic services and public administrations. The service sector is the last stage of economic development and is one of the main productive sectors of an economy. The more advanced economies are characterized by the dominant role of the tertiary sector against the other. This phenomenon is also known by the name of "tertiary revolution" (or "third industrial revolution"). For a discussion refer to the page dedicated to the growth of services in economic development. This generalization, however, does not take into account the different characteristics that can have the service sector. For example, in the service sector including both sales activities of hawkers computer services and banking. Not always the weight percentage of the service sector on the national economy is a good indicator of the economic development of the country. Because of the high population growth in some developing countries possess a high service sector with low added value (tertiary backlog) without being able to define the advanced economies. It is therefore important to distinguish the service sector into two sub-sectors: Tertiary backlog. There is talk of tertiary backward to indicate the activities with low added value (eg. Street vending). Advanced services. There is talk of advanced services, however, to indicate the activities devoted to scientific and technological research. Only the presence of advanced services can be considered as an advanced stage of economic development. The advanced services is also known as quaternary to mark further profound difference from the other activities of the tertiary sector.

COURTS, AN EDUCATOR FUNCTIONAL

Judge is the one that controls the smooth running of a race of a world competition work. This check is carried out through collaboration dell` assistant. During the event world, judge an educational function. This position is determined not by the person who is, but the role he is a so-called functional Educator. DOPING Refers to test sports medicine with which, by means of chemical analysis of body fluids, it establishes whether an athlete (or a pet) has taken drugs or stimulants banned: doping control After the race, the winning competitor, will have to undergo doping control braided, blood and urine analysis. This serves to prove the regularity of the race.

ABOUT JOURNALISTS

12/01/2006 - Ethics Code of self-regulation of broadcasting commentary of sporting events (Decree of the Ministry of Communications January 21, 2008 36, OJ March 8, n. 58) Decalogue of sports journalism (Decision CNOG the 30.3.2009 ) DECREE OF THE MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS January 21, 2008 n. 36 (in Gazz. Uff., March 8, n. 58). - Implementation of the "Code of self-regulation of broadcasting commentary of sports events" TEXT OF THE DECREE [PART 1 OF 2] THE MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS concert with THE MINISTER FOR YOUTH POLICY AND ACTIVITIES 'SPORTS and THE ATTORNEY Given the law 3 February 1963 n. 69; Having regard to Article 17, paragraph 3 of the Act of 23 August 1988 n. 400; Having regard to Directive 89/552 / EEC of the European Communities, as amended; Given the Ministerial Decree of October 1, 2002, n. 225; Seen the decree of 30 June 2003, no. 196, as amended; Given the Law of 3 May 2004, n. 112; Given the Ministerial Decree of 5 November 2004, n. 292; Given the legislative decree 31 July 2005 n. 177, as amended, and in particular Articles 4, 34 and 35; The resolutions of the Authority for the Communications 165/06 and 23/07 CSP CSP; Considering the Decree-Law February 8, 2007, n. 8 with amendments into law April 4, 2007, n. 41; The Order of the President of the Republic May 17, 2007, n. 72; The Order of the Minister of Communications and the Minister for Youth and sports activities on 17 May 2007; Given the formal concerts expressed by the Department of Youth and sports and the Ministry of Justice on 27 July 2007; Having heard the opinion of the Council of State expressed by the Advisory for legislative meeting of 27 August 2007; Acquired the opinion of the Authority for the protection of personal data made on 11 October 2007; Noting the importance of the accession on a voluntary basis to all media, regardless of the means used, they have chosen to share the responsibility for ensuring the proper sports information together with the other bodies of the press and in particular represented by the Order of journalists, the national Federation of the Italian press, by the Italian sports press and the Federation Italian newspaper publishers; After hearing the competent parliamentary committees; View the communication to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, under Article 17, paragraph 3 of the Act of 23 August 1988 n. 400 dated October 30, 2007 (note Protocol. GM / 149773/4762 / DL / COM of 22 October 2007); Adopts the following regulation: Article 1. Art. 1. 1. And 'gotten the self-regulatory code of broadcasting commentary of sporting events set out in Annex 1 which forms an integral part of this Regulation. This decree, bearing the seal of the State, shall be included in the official collection of normative acts of the Italian Republic. E 'is mandatory for all to observe and it is enforced. TEXT OF THE CODE [PART 2 OF 2] CODE OF SELF INFORMATION SPORT CALLED "CODE MEDIA AND SPORT" Preamble. The television and radio broadcasters and content providers have signed or acceded to the signatory associations, the Association of Journalists, the National Federation of the Italian press, the Italian sports press Union, the Federation of Italian newspaper publishers, henceforth referred to as parts; Given the frequency with which in sporting events, mainly football, there have been serious crimes, sometimes tragic consequences, against the physical integrity and dignity of the people, as well as against public property and private; Noting that these phenomena of violence and vandalism have created indignation and alarm among citizens, causing the Government and Parliament to adapt in a more rigorous discipline in matters of public policy at sporting events; Found that the violence often see people involved in youth and children; Deemed it necessary to ensure the manner prescribed by this Code that in sports, through various means of mass communication are not conveyed messages of incitement or legitimacy against violations of the law; Felt obliged to help spread the positive values of sport, as embodied in codes and international declarations raise the competitive spirit in the service of a fair and peaceful development of human relations; In sharing the principles set out in the EU Directive "Television without Frontiers" Directive and in its review because the Audiovisual Media Services does not contain any incitement to hatred; in sharing the prohibition of broadcasts that contain hate speech or that would lead to attitudes of intolerance in accordance with consolidated radio and television; share in the guidance documents of the Authority for the Communications on the relationship between information and respect for fundamental human rights; Aware of the contribution that the means of mass communication, from traditional to new media, even for the intertwining of their messages can provide to condemn against public opinion, violence linked to sporting events, especially football; Aware of the rights of journalists to have access to wider sources of sports information that can not be subjected to undue restrictions incompatible with the freedom of the press; In the wake of an independent tradition of self-discipline that, since the Code of Treviso and the Right of reply, has consolidated over time the need to balance the right and duty of information with other constitutional rights, including those related to personal security of citizens and the protection of minors; Considering that incitement to violations of the law, as well as the use of threatening to injury and are otherwise contrary to the public role of the media as embodied by the current legislation and its judicial interpretations; After extensive comparison in the "Commission for the preparation of the Code of self-regulation of broadcasting commentary of sports events", established by decree of the Minister of Communications and the Minister for Youth and sports activities on May 17, 2007 to give the course with article 34, paragraph 6-bis of Legislative Decree no. 177/2005 as amended by Law no. 41/2007; Feel subjects associative and institutional interest in the matter, which the leaders of the Football League and the National Observatory on sports events established by the Ministry of the Interior with the Order of 1 December 2005 to combat the phenomenon of violence at sporting events; Recognized the need for Parliament and the Government to harmonize the existing legal and regulatory framework of the different media in the field of public order and the right to information related to sporting events; Adopt this Code of self hereinafter "Code Media and Sport": Article 1. General principles 1. For the purposes of this Code for sports information means that conveyed by various media to a plurality of recipients that comes in the form of record, comment, television and radio debates with guests in the studio or connected externally, sports in general and football in particular. 2. In the dissemination of sports, even if made outside of newspapers, the parties nevertheless ensure compliance with the principles of legality, fairness, and respect for the dignity of others, despite the diversity of their opinions. 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 2, the parties undertake to avoid any form of incitement or legitimization of behavior that is contrary to law. 4. They are without prejudice and reiterated the duties deriving from legislation in the press, from the broadcasters and from the Order of Journalists. Art.2 Right of sports information 1. The comment of sports events must be exercised on different media in a manner that respects the dignity of persons, entities and bodies concerned, with the clear distinction between the story of the facts and personal opinions that have them. 2. The Parties undertake in any case to avoid the use of threatening or insulting expressions against individuals or groups of people such as, for example, athletes, teams, fans opponents, referees, journalists, law enforcement, subject sports organizers, ethnic groups, religious denominations.

  BEHAVIOUR COMPETITORS AND STAFF

Athletes, technicians and managers, Delegation above all else Everyone, both during the races, so outside them, in the field, during breaks, but even on occasions of relaxation, has to live in a civilized manner and be inspired by the rules of "fair play". In times of interviews, follow to declare the pure and genuine truth about 'event; never declare untrue .Squadre speeches, technical managers should teach athletes the appropriate behavior that will also take into account the human values. Before the race competitors must take the oath (text proposed by us) in front of a judge. the competitor must swear that the race will be carried out with the utmost honesty, esteem for an opponent and de aware that if you do not comply with these rules will be disqualified .In race every athlete must abide by the judgment of the court without protest, you should avoid any discussion in order to avoid disciplinary action. The competitor must give maximum performance to ensure that it is the largest and best possible performance to keep up the prestige of the competition. finished race the athlete must shake hands with the judge and the opponents, Whatever was the result. Always remember:

Always have a polite and respectful behavior

Listen and follow the advice of the technician and the Head of Delegation;

Respect and salute the referee, opponents, the coach and the opponent's own, their peers and encourage them to better performance;

Do not scream, avoid vulgar words, and contain any form of protest;

Do not succumb to nervousness and self-control make the winning

Do not get distracted during the race

avoid humiliating or offensive attitudes, although playful

Not afford expressions offensive to its image, even if the race was poor

be available in respect during the race

BEHAVIOUR FANS

sport support is a very important indicator existential. In fact it is not directly related to the sport and love for the sport, but rather is a complex interaction between the psychology of the individual and some aspects of the company. So let us just what is meant by typhoid. As the word indicates, it is an abnormal behavior, different from the simple side for this or that. Greek etymology of the word, typhoid calls a "fever", an enthusiastic support for a team or a character. No coincidence that everything we say on sport support also applies to cheer extrasportivo, for example, the worship of a teenager for his favorite singer. But there is a big difference because rooting athlete is related to competitive sport and therefore also considered to unpleasant situations and negative (eg the defeat). What's not "normal" in rooting athlete what distinguishes it from the simple side (typical of the true sportsman, the "viewer")? Rooting athlete is the situation in which the person's mood depends on competitive results. Unlike the fan, the mood of the viewer does not depend on the result, it is free to look (enjoy) the sporting event. Many fans even condemn this detached attitude without understanding that their condemnation actually accuses them of behavior is not balanced.
Unlike the fan, the viewer does not have open wounds that bleed forever, whenever remembers a result lost. Unlike the fan, keeps separate his life from that of the team and never identifies, in no time, his mood with sporty performance. Unlike the fan, does not consider a hallmark suffer when the team loses because he has something else in life.
From the above definition it is clear that rooting does not refer only to that of the Ultra, but to all those whose emotional state depends on competitive results, for example, was angry because the judge has "stolen" the game or you are immensely happy because it has "won" or destroyed because it has lost the last minute. Rooting athlete is much more prevalent among the spectators of a particular sport:

a) at least the sport is objective

b) as the sport is team (vs. individual)

Who organizes the races world must work to provide security and tranquility fans ^ ^. If the fans were to create obstruction during the race, by throwing objects, firecrackers, or tear or make racist chants or insult, threaten or attack the judge, the race will be suspended and the WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS will make use of the expertise to denounce those responsible. Our image should not be stained by these criminals and then we will use the maximum punishment by judicial

 PUBLIC THROUGH THE FORCES 'ORDER

Condition of public peace resulting from compliance with the laws, respect the laws and regulations, so necessary for the conduct of the race working world
Ps. who creates an event world race work, must also take care of this aspect.

AWARDS


Is performed only if the competitor / s set a new world record business. The judge helped by 'assistant will have to deliver the coveted certificate and medals. After the ceremony, the organizers will have to play l`inno national of your country of origin.

PAYMENT THROUGH POSTEPAY

What is Postepay Postepay is the electronic prepaid virtual card, rechargeable and free, to make purchases online with confidence. How to use the Postepay, Postepay can be used in shops online that accept MasterCard up to 50,000 euro per year, with a limit of € 1,000.00 for each task daily. Apply today at the post office of your city. To use the service of WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS and to have a judge and assistant for your working world record attempts, you have to bear the costs, which include the use of the logo, to provide the judge and assistant during the event. Also you must provide for the trip, lunch and dinner, room and board that are determined according to the permanence of the judge and assistant. The competitor (winner) will also support the costs ANTI DOPING. (Not all disciplines is essential such gatherings) It is recommended to organize tournaments that you can do more to compete possible competitors to divide, fairly, the expenses that you have to face during the event certified world record business, usually those who try to make a world record attempt working leans too Sponsor which obviously will have feedback throughout the event. The cost of our service, it starts from € 1,000 and increases depending on the mode and type of the race working world

WHO WE ARE AND WHERE WE ARE

The WORLD INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS is made by a jury headed by brothers Callagher, born January 28, 1970 and is based in Miami (USA). It is born from a precise idea, to enhance:
WORK AND WORKERS
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OUR BUSINESS


Each year we receive more than 90,000 applications to beat or make new world records working, but only about 50,000 are accepted.


 
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