The organization of OSF includes the following commissions: Technical Commission, Technology Commission, Medical Commission, Women’s Commission, Athletes’ Commission, Para-athletes Commission and Ethics Commission. All Commissions report to the Executive Board, and all Commission members have the right to attend Executive Board meeting.
It is the responsibility of the members of each of the Commissions to support OSF´s efforts to develop Obstacle Racing and related Sports.
The Athletes Commission provides representation and development for athletes. The OSF Athlete Development Committee is a working group of the Athletes Commission responsible for coaching, training, coach certification, and works with the Medical Commission to ensure the health and wellness of Junior, Youth and Adult athletes.
The OSF Governance Commission (OSFGC) is the OSFs statutory authority responsible for developing and funding obstacle sports worldwide. As such, the OSFGC is responsible for assisting member national federations and sporting organisations develop operational and sporting excellence and increase participation.
Legal Affairs Commission
The Legal Affairs Commission advises the OSF on juridical issues, with both a consultative and operational role.
The Medical Commission is responsible for establishing conditions at OSF-sanctioned competitions, which ensure the health and safety of all participants.
Controls all Anti-doping policies and activities of OSF. Making sure that OSF complies with the WADA code and the IOC and OSF anti-doping rules.
The Technical Commission supports the development of the sport. The Commission is advisory and submits Resolutions to the Executive Board. Its duties are: