Malaysia rafting recognition was boosted recently by accreditation from the Malaysia Commissioner of Sports. The Malaysia Rafting Association (MRA) (or Persatuan Rafting Malaysia in Malay) and the sport of rafting have received a great boost as MRA have received this formal accreditation. This recognition firmly establishes MRA as the organisation governing the sport of rafting in Malaysia. This will give the organisation the official standing it needs as it pursues the improvement of rafting standards in Malaysia and prepares to run the IRF’s World Cup Series event next year (postponed from this year), the Kampar River Festival.
Opening doors through Malaysia rafting recognition
National Sporting Authority (NSA) accreditation opens many doors for national sporting bodies and gives organisations the official status they need when approaching potential sponsors, funders and other organisations that can assist in the upliftment of the sport of rafting in a country. MRA has been a Provisional Member to the IRF for a number of years. But now, with NSA accreditation they will be presented at the IRF’s next Congress for acceptance as a Full Member.
Thanks to the whole team involved:
Find out more about membership with the International Rafting Federation here.
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