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IOC and McDonald’s mutually agree to end Worldwide TOP Partnership

The IOC and McDonald’s have announced that they have mutually agreed to bring their Worldwide TOP Partnership to an end. Timo Lumme, Managing Director of IOC Television and Marketing Services, said: “The IOC’s sponsorship strategy is aimed at delivering long-term partnerships that help the Olympic Movement achieve the objectives set out in Olympic Agenda 2020, […]

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Table Tennis Mixed Doubles Added to Tokyo 2020

Mixed Doubles has been added to the Table Tennis Olympic programme for Tokyo 2020, which was announced at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Committee meeting in Lausanne today. The Mixed Doubles event has been a constant fixture in ITTF’s World Championships since 1926, and will now make its first Olympic appearance at Tokyo 2020. […]

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MIXED 4X400M RELAY PROPOSED FOR TOKYO 2020 OLYMPIC GAMES

Further to today’s announcement by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) concerning the Athletics programme of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games the IAAF’s comment is as follows. MIXED RELAYS The IAAF is delighted that the IOC would like to include a Mixed 4x400m Relay in the Athletics programme of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. This new […]

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IOC Launches Bold Initiative On Gender Equality

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board today approved a major review project regarding gender equality in the Olympic Movement. With the help of its partners, the Summer and Winter International Sports Federations (IFs) and National Olympic Committees (NOCs), the IOC is undertaking a comprehensive review of the current state of gender equality in the […]

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IOC Starts Disciplinary Procedures Against 28 Russian Athletes From Sochi 2014

Following the publication of the completed WADA Independent Person (IP) Report on 9 December 2016, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that 28 Russian athletes* who participated in the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014 are now subject to a disciplinary procedure. The IOC is initiating disciplinary cases against all 28 athletes for whom there […]

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IOC Approves Half a Billion $ For Sport & Athletes For 4-year Olympic Solidarity Plan

16 per cent increase in funds for 2017-2020 Quadrennial Plan will see refugee athletes and NOCs in greatest need benefiting from new sport development programmes The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today approved the Olympic Solidarity 2017-2020 Quadrennial Plan during a meeting in Lausanne. The Olympic Solidarity development and assistance budget approved […]

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CAS rejected appeals of KSF and ASC against ISSF and IOC…

CAS rejected appeals of KSF and ASC against ISSF and IOC on 13th Asian Shooting Championship’s Olympic qualification status On 27 July 2016, CAS rejected the appeals and all other claims filed by ASC, KSF and three athletes against the ISSF and the IOC regarding the Olympic qualification status of the 13th Asian Shooting Championship. […]

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Second Wave Of Reanalysis Reveals Banned Substances In 45 athletes From Beijing And London — newfanzoneblog

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that reanalysis of the second wave of samples from Beijing 2008 and London 2012 has resulted in Provisional Adverse Analytical Findings (PAAFs) of 30 athletes from Beijing and Adverse Analytical Findings (AAFs) of 15 athletes from London.* The latest results bring the total number of athletes who tested […]

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IOC Awards 2018-2020 Broadcast Rights In The Caribbean — newfanzoneblog

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded the exclusive broadcast rights in the Caribbean to International Media Content Ltd (IMC), parent company of SportsMax and a subsidiary of Digicel Group, for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang 2018 and the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020. IMC has acquired the broadcast rights on […]

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FISA UPDATE ON WADA’S MCLAREN REPORT — newfanzoneblog

The Executive Committee of FISA, the World Rowing Federation, convened by telephone conference call yesterday evening, after the release of the WADA Executive Committee’s recommendations on the McLaren report issued Monday evening and the IOC Executive Board’s Statement following their meeting of Tuesday. The subject of the call was the next steps for FISA. The […]

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Ahead Of Rio 2016 Olympic Games: IOC Recognises Toriola’s Rare Feat In Africa — newfanzoneblog

Just like Aruna Quadri put Nigeria on the world map, Segun Toriola has also inscribed the country’s name on the Olympic Games record as the feat of the most decorated table tennis player in Africa has been recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). In the article published on the IOC website on Monday, Toriola […]

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Reanalysis Reveals Banned Substances In 23 “A” Samples From London 2012 — newfanzoneblog

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that reanalysis of the “A” samples from 23 athletes in five sports and from six National Olympic Committees (NOCs) who competed at the Olympic Games London 2012 has returned Adverse Analytical Findings (AAFs)*. In total, 265 selected doping samples from the Olympic Games London 2012 were reanalysed, all […]

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