The Competition Policies & Procedures Handbook for the 2022 IBTF Nations Cup and World Baton Twirling Championship IS attached below.

The IBTF Executive Committee will answer questions about the vision for IBTF, upcoming competitions, qualification processes/categories and more.
The IBTF Executive Committee will answer questions about the vision for IBTF, upcoming competitions, qualification processes/categories and more.

A MESSAGE OF HOPE TO ALL BATON TWIRLING ATHLETES, COACHES AND OFFICIALS

The International Baton Twirling Federation is now receiving bids to host the 2022 World Freestyle Championship. All bids must be received no later than August 1, 2020.

The IBTF World Freestyle Championship is a 5-day event held during the first two weeks of August on the even-numbered years.

The Bid Document package includes 3 documents:

April 10th is Baton Twirling's Special Day!   

It is the day we celebrate our great sport worldwide.  

Look for more information soon!  

To see all rules and regulations pertaining the 2022 IBTF World Baton Twirling Championships see the 2022 Baton Twirling Rulebook.

 

Today’s news brief focuses on the 2023 IBTF World Freestyle Championship.  

Looking ahead to the disciplines of the Championship, the competition will offer both WFNBTA’S Rhythmic Twirl and WBTF’S Freestyle Solo.   

So, what are the major differences between the two disciplines?    

Full competition details, including results, are available on the Pan-Pacific event page on the WBTF website. The 2020 Pan-Pacific Cup is sanctioned by the WBTF and is being hosted by the Canadian Baton Twirling Federation.