2002 IOC OLYMPIC PRIZE ON SPORT SCIENCES RECIPIENT TO BE ANNOUNCED AT IOC HEADQUARTERS IN SWITZERLAND
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical Commission in partnership with Pfizer
IOC Olympic Prize recognizes an elite researcher in the area of sport sciences; it is the highest honor accorded in the field of movement, exercise and sport sciences.
Olympic Prize recognizes research that significantly contributes to the physical betterment of humankind and has a significant impact on science and society
Winner receives $500,000, a Diploma of Excellence and will be awarded an Olympic medal at the Olympic Games
The IOC Olympic Prize is awarded in conjunction with every Olympic Summer and Winter Games; the 2002 winner will be revealed on December 12th, 2001 at 6:30 PM
(Immediately followed by media Q with Olympic Prize recipient)
IOC Headquarters, Lausanne, Switzerland
A conference call option will be available for those who cannot attend in person. Please use contact information below to call for details.
Interview Olympic Prize winner live or by remote about the impact of his/her research on society and the contributions of his/her research to the physical health and well-being of people worldwide
Develop pre-Games stories about ongoing IOC health and sport-related initiatives that benefit not only elite athletes but also fitness enthusiasts and humankind
Interview IOC Medical Commission and Pfizer representatives regarding their efforts in sharing research and inspiring healthy living
Phone : 001-404-879-9152
Dr Patrick Schamasch
Medical Commission Director
Phone : 0041-21-621 65 155