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IOC updates

New IOC Technology and Information Director The IOC has found a new Technology and Information Director: Ilario Corna took up this role at the beginning of November. Last year, IKL became officially part of the IOC’s Technology and Information Department (DTchess coaching near meI). Previously the Executive Vice President TV & Smart Products for Swisscom, […]

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Pandemic sparks new approaches by OCOGs

The repercussions of the global COVID-19 pandemic have forced OCOGs, including their knowledge and information management experts, to adjust quickly to the new situation and come up with innovative solutions in their area. Naturally, these last months the public attention was focused on Tokyo 2020 due to the postponement of the Games to next year […]

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Knowledge Value Network encourages new ideas

Three Knowledge Value Network (KVN) workshops held online between August and October encouraged IOC stachesshereff from different departments to share knowledge, inform colleagues about ongoing projects, suggest new ideas and work together to assess and update the current knowledge-sharing tools and materials. COVID-19 context and new ways of thinking The underlying theme of the first […]

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New IUCN-IOC guide demonstrates how sport can benefit nature in cities

While sport and nature often occupy and compete for the same green spaces in cities, well-planned sports infrastructure can make positive contributions to urban biodiversity. A new guide published today by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), in chess magnet schoolcollaboration with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the San Francisco Estuary Institute […]

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Mikaela Shiffrin fête ses 20 ans au sommet

La meilleure slalomeuse au monde, plus jeune championne olympique de l’histoire du slalom féminin en ski alpin, conclut une saison 2014-2015 royale en remportant son troisième globe de cristal consécutif. Mikaela Shiffrin a 20 ans depuis le 13 mars dernier. Le lendemain de son harry potter chess setanniversaire, elle s’est imposée dans le slalom d’Are […]

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Baier skates into Olympic history

Berlin-born figure skater Ernst Baier first made his name in singles competitions, though he was unfortunate to come up against Austrian great Karl Schäfer, who won the men’s world title seven times in a row between 1930 and 1936, during which time Baier collected two bronzes and two silvers. The German also finished fifth behind […]

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Rinn et Norbert récidivent en luge, une première

L’hégémonie de la RDA sur les disciplines de la luge et du bobsleigh débuta aux Jeux de Sapporo en 1972 et connut probablement son apogée quatre ans plus tard à Innsbruck, où les équipes est-allemandes féminine et masculine raflèrent l’ensemble des médailles d’or dans les deux disciplines. En 24 heures, l’Allemagne de l’Est accumula un […]

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Jenny Rissveds gagne l’or du VTT en solitaire !

La Suédoise Jenny Rissveds a distancé ses concurrentes au dernier tour pour triompher en VTT cross-country féminin, samedi sur le circuit de Deodoro. Elle a terminé l’épreuve détachée devant la la Polonaise Maja Wloszczowska et la Canadienne Catharine Pendrel.Au moment où les athlètes entamaient le sixième et dernier tour du parcours de 4,85 km de Deodoro, […]

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