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Tokyo 2020 given timeline to propose new sports

Tokyo 2020 given timeline to propose new sports

6 February 2015

TOKYO: The race is on to see what new sports will be competing at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo with the IOC unveiling a timetable for the Japanese hosts.

“Getting the couch potatoes off the couch”: IOC joins forces with UNESCO

“Getting the couch potatoes off the couch”: IOC joins forces with UNESCO

30 January 2015

EDUCATION: The International Olympic Committee (IOC), in partnership with UNESCO and several other international organisations, has cooperated on new Guidelines, urging governments and educational planners to invest in the quantity and quality of physical education that they offer.

Freedom for Women Mandatory for Olympic Bidders

Freedom for Women Mandatory for Olympic Bidders

23 January 2015

IOC President Thomas Bach has made a strong statement against discrimination.

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IOC: "We Must Be the Change We Want to See"

1 January 2015

IOC President Thomas Bach wrote a letter on New Years Day about 'the work that now must begin' after Agenda 20/20. He begins......It was Mahatma Gandhi who famously said, "Be the change that you wish to see in the world."

Rome to lead Italy bid for 2024 Olympics

Rome to lead Italy bid for 2024 Olympics

16 December 2014

2024: Rome will spearhead an Italian bid for the 2024 Olympic Games, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Monday vowing a strong campaign to win the event.

From Agenda 2020 to 2024

From Agenda 2020 to 2024

10 December 2014

AGENDA 2020: With the inclusion of new sports and a changed bidding process, speculation mounts as to which city will bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games.

IOC members embrace change

IOC members embrace change

9 December 2014

AGENDA 2020: Each of the 40 recommendations for reform, including an overhaul of the Olympic bidding process driven by John Coates, has been approved at the IOC Session.

Olympic television channel gets the green light

Olympic television channel gets the green light

9 December 2014

AGENDA2020: The International Olympic Committee has plunged into the television business in a big way... investing $750m on a new Olympic channel to be seen throughout the world, 365 days a year.

Olympic movement told it is time to change

Olympic movement told it is time to change

8 December 2014

AGENDA 2020: The President of the International Olympic Committee, Thomas Bach, has unveiled his vision for the future telling IOC members now is the time to change.

Olympic television channel becomes reality: Agenda 2020

Olympic television channel becomes reality: Agenda 2020

8 December 2014

The new Olympic television channel is the International Olympic Committee's new baby and it needs to crawl before it can walk.

Michael Rogers receives Athens bronze medal

Road to Rio: Athlete Journeys

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At London 2012 Australia won 7 gold medals, 16 silver and 12 bronze, a total of 35 medals.