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128 IOC Session

Sir Martin Sorrell tells IOC to be “brave and determined” in delivering Olympic Channel
Sir Martin Sorrell tells IOC to be ‘bold, brave and determined’ in delivering Olympic Channel Sir Martin Sorrell, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the world’s largest marketing communications group, WPP, gave an inspiring keynote speech on youth media consumption and what it means for the Olympic Channel and the Olympic Movement at the 128th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur.
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128 IOC Session

IOC Session receives updates on implementation of Olympic Agenda 2020
IOC Session receives updates on implementation of Olympic Agenda 2020 After the unanimous approval of Olympic Agenda 2020 in December 2014 each IOC Session will have a section devoted to the implementation of the 40 recommendations. At the 128th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur, reports were delivered on the bid process, sport programme and host city proposal, turnkey solutions, roles of the International Federations, support to athletes, preparations for the launch of the Olympic Channel, ethics, changes to the IOC Commissions, and changes to the Olympic Charter.
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South Sudan NOC granted full recognition at 128th IOC Session
South Sudan NOC granted full recognition at 128th IOC Session IOC President Thomas Bach personally welcomed the South Sudan NOC, represented by its President Lt. Gen Wilson Deng Kuoirot and its Secretary General Tong Chor Malek Deran, into the Olympic fold and presented them with a certificate of recognition and an ...
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128 IOC Session

IOC elects Ethics Commission and reaffirms commitment to transparency and good governance
IOC elects Ethics Commission and reaffirms commitment to transparency and good governance During the 128th Session, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) elected the members of its Ethics Commission. This finalises the successful implementation of recommendations 30 to 32 of Olympic Agenda 2020 - which also included a complete revision of the IOC Code of Ethics - just less than eight months since its unanimous approval last December.
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