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    27 July 2015 - News

    High-jumper Ulrike Meyfarth: “It felt like a movie”
    Born on 4 May 1956 in Frankfurt/Main, Ulrike Meyfarth took up the high jump at a young age, starting out in the event at around the same time as Dick Fosbury was showcasing his famous “flop”, which wo...
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    27 July 2015 - News

    Olympic Highlights
    IOC ACTIVITIES PRESIDENT © FIBA IOC President Thomas Bach visited for the first time the House of Basketball, headquarters of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) in Mies (Switzerland). H...
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    27 July 2015 - Press releases

    IOC awards 2018-2024 broadcast rights in Middle East and North Africa
    IOC President Thomas Bach said: “I am pleased to welcome our new broadcast partner in the Middle East and North Africa, beIN SPORTS. With its excellent track record in broadcasting, we believe that it...
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    27 July 2015 - News

    Malaysian Youth Olympic hopefuls spurred on by IOC President
    Ahead of the 128th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur, President Bach seized the opportunity to visit a sports development project for young badminton players organised by the Badminton World Federation (BWF...
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    27 July 2015 - News

    All Olympic International Federations join IBIS in fight against illegal betting
    The IOC introduced the IBIS monitoring system in January 2014. The objective was to integrate all of the winter IFs ahead of the Olympic Games in Sochi last year and all the summer IFs before the Game...
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    24 July 2015 - News

    Tokyo 2020 unveils official emblem with five years to go
    The emblem, which was created by award-winning Japanese designer Kenjiro Sano, aims to symbolise the unifying power of the Games, with the world due to come together as one in Tokyo in five years’ tim...
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    24 July 2015 - News

    Over a century of Olympic archives preserved thanks to PAM: the IOC’s efforts rewarded
    Thanks to PAM, more than a century of Olympic history has been conserved. Indeed, over 2,000 hours of film, 33,000 hours of video, 8,500 hours of audio sequences and 500,000 photographs were in danger...
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    24 July 2015 - News

    IOC wraps-up fifth Project Review visit to PyeongChang
    Speaking at the conclusion of the meeting, Chair Lindberg said: “We had a very good fifth Project Review visit to PyeongChang. We could see that the Organising Committee, under Chairman Cho’s leadersh...
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    23 July 2015 - News

    2015/2016 Advanced Research Grants Awarded
    In the framework of the second edition of the Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme, the IOC Olympic Studies Centre (OSC) has selected seven research projects, underlining their academic quality a...
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    23 July 2015 - News

    Paul Tergat: “I’ll always remember Sydney”
    Paul Tergat was one of the stars of long-distance and cross-country running in the 1990s and early 2000s. In additional to winning five consecutive cross-country world titles in the second half of the...
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