International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach (left) and outgoing IOC president Jacques Rogge cut the ribbon during the reopening of the newly renovated Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, yesterday. LAUSANNE, Swtizerland: ... Qatar Peninsula, 1 day ago
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland IOC President Thomas Bach said Russia will set up public protest zones in Sochi during the Winter Olympics, a move unlikely to defuse criticism of the country's human rights record and a recent law banning gay "propaganda." ...Denver Post, 1 day ago IOC President Thomas Bach says Russia is to set up protest zones during Sochi Olympics FOXNews.com, 1 day ago Bach: Russia to set protest zones in Sochi ESPN.com, 1 day ago
The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) convened today in Lausanne for its final meeting of 2013 and the first led by President Thomas Bach since his election in September. 59 days to go to Sochi 2014 With just 59 ...Around The Rings, 1 day ago IOC hires IRB's McConnell as new sports director SportsPro Media, 4 weeks ago Kit McConnell to become IOC sports director Miami Herald, 4 weeks ago
Organizers Finally Lock Down Venue Master Plan 11/28/2013 (ATR) Following IOC criticism of Brazilian bureaucracy hampering Rio 2016 preparations, Olympic organizers have finally signed off on the venue master plan for the Games. Around the Rings ...Around The Rings, 1 week ago
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Preparing for the World Cup and Olympics is putting Brazil's reputation on the line, giving South America's biggest country a chance to boost its profile while also exposing it to mounting pressure and unrelenting scrutiny. The ...Miami Herald, 2 weeks ago Rio backs Games legacy, 1000 days from start Times of India, 1 month ago Rio backs Olympic Games legacy, 1000 days from start Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
Welcomes Bach's Official Visit 11/21/2013 On Thursday 21 November, the PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games (POCOG) welcomed Thomas Bach, who led a high-level IOC delegation to the Republic of Korea on his first ...Around The Rings, 3 weeks ago
Lausanne, 15th November - two months after Tokyo's election as the 2020 Olympic Games host city, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has started preparing the Japanese capital to be a Games organizer. For this purpose, an Orientation Seminar ...The European Olympic Committees, 3 weeks ago No new sports at 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games Zimbabwe Herald, 3 weeks ago No change to Tokyo 2020 programme: IOC Dunya News, 3 weeks ago No change to Tokyo 2020 program Special Broadcasting Service, 3 weeks ago
Thomas Bach, recently elected as the head of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), will make his first visit to South Korea on Wednesday, officials here said.The organizing committee for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics s...
The organizing committee for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics said Bach will arrive in Seoul later in the day for a two-day visit. On Thursday, he will be briefed by PyeongChang officials on the east coast alpine town's preparations for the 2018 ...Korea Herald, 3 weeks ago New IOC chief Bach to make first visit to S. Korea GlobalPost, 3 weeks ago IOC officials arrive for orientation seminar Japan Times, 4 weeks ago Hosting the Games -- Bach in Tokyo; Russia, Brazil Add Universiade Around The Rings, 1 month ago
TOKYO Japanese Olympic officials are adhering to plans laid out in their successful bid to host the 2020 Games despite criticism that costs for the main stadium are too high. Speaking after a two-day orientation seminar with the International ...Metro Canada, 3 weeks ago Tokyo 2020 Olympic organizers will stick with plans despite cost concerns 610 CKTB, 3 weeks ago
Wrapping up a two-day orientation seminar, which hopes to provide a blueprint for Tokyo going forward as it prepares for the 2020 Games, Gilbert Felli, the executive director for the Olympic Games, stressed the importance of hands-on involvement and ...Japan Times, 3 weeks ago
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