ISU LAUNCHES SOCIALMEDIA PLANSThe International SkatingUnion (ISU) has launcheda new social mediainitiative. ThreeFacebook pages and aYouTube channel havebeen created.FILA LAUNCHES CADETWORLDCHAMPIONSHIPSThe InternationalFederation ofAssociated WrestlingStyles (FILA) hasdecided to hold annualCadet WorldChampionships for 16-to 17-year-olds. Thefirst edition took placein Hungary, from 23 to28 August.NEWS INBRIEFThe International Tennis Federation (ITF) haslaunched a new Science and Medicine section onits website to provide players with advice on how to maximise healthy participation in tennis, reduceinjury risk, and facilitate optimal performance. There is information on injury prevention, health,training, nutrition, psychology and equipment. Visit www.itftennis.com/scienceandmedicine.IAAFANDITFPRESIDENTSRE-ELECTEDRIGA TO HOST2013 WOMEN'SWORLD CURLINGCHAMPIONSHIPSNEW MEDICALSECTIONONITF WEBSITE22OLYMPIC REVIEW2015WORLDROWINGHOSTANNOUNCEDThe International Rowing Federation (FISA) hasawarded the 2015 World Championships toAiguebelette, France. The decision was made atFISA's Annual Ordinary Congress, which washeld in Bled, Slovenia, following the conclusion ofthis year's World Championships. Delegates fromover 60 national federations took a number ofdecisions, including awarding the Under 23s2014 World Championships to Varese, Italy.Federations from the Bahamas, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cape Verde, Mongolia and Namibiawere also admitted as FISA members, bringingthe total number to 136.WHO'S READINGOLYMPIC REVIEW?Who: French épée fencer LauraFlessel,holder of five Olympic medals (two goldmedals in Atlanta in 1996, a bronzemedal in Sydney in 2000 and a silverand bronze medal in Athens in 2004).Where: 2011 Fencing WorldChampionships, Catania, ItalyAre you reading Olympic Review?Sendyour digital pictures, telling us whereyou are, to email@example.comThere are prizes for the most original!IOC Members Lamine Diack and Francesco RicciBitti have been re-elected as Presidents of theInternational Association of Athletics Federations(IAAF) and International Tennis Federation (ITF)respectively. Bitti was re-elected for his fourthterm at the ITF's Annual General Meeting (AGM)held in Bangkok, Thailand, on 23 September,while Diack was re-elected for another four-yearterm at the IAAF Congress in Daegu, South Korea.LeftFrancesco Ricci Bittiwith Danish tennisplayer Caroline WozniackiThe World Curling Federation (WCF) hasannounced that the Latvian capital, Riga, willhost the 2013 World Women's CurlingChampionships from 16 to 24 March. The 12teams taking part will earn qualifying points forthe 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.