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Olympic Movement mourns French athletes who died in tragic accident

Olympic Movement mourns French athletes who died in tragic accident

10/03/2015

"We are shocked by this sad news. Our thoughts are with the families and friends of these great athletes who have left us.

With them, the world of sport and the Olympic family have lost three of their key members. They were all not only champions in their sport but also contributed greatly as role models.

The Olympic Movement mourns with their families and friends, their fellow athletes, the French National Olympic Committee and with France.

The Olympic flag will be flown at half-mast for three days at the IOC Headquarters to honour these great champions."


IOC President Thomas Bach

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