The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board (EB) will meet at Olympic House in Lausanne on 2 and 3 October 2019.
The EB is scheduled to receive reports from the Organising Committees of the upcoming Olympic Games and various IOC commissions, as well as updates on the activities of the IOC administration.
Please click here to see the programme of events. Note that all times are subject to change.
Media representatives who will not be in Lausanne will have the possibility of watching the press conferences live on Periscope and YouTube. Please regularly check @iocmedia, where we will send updates on timings.
Accreditations will be processed online. Media representatives wishing to cover the meetings are requested to register on the IOC website by Thursday 26 September.
If you have already registered for previous meetings, please access your profile using your email address, and tick the box for the October 2019 Executive Board meeting. For journalists who have not yet registered, please follow the instructions provided. Should you have any issues when registering, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Accreditation cards will be distributed at Olympic House as of 8 a.m. on 2 October. ID will be requested to receive the badge.
A media working room will be set up at Olympic House on the ground floor, and will be equipped with free wireless internet access. Media catering will be provided to cover lunches and coffee breaks.
Opening hours: 2 and 3 October from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Media representatives are requested to make their own arrangements.
Media representatives are requested to make their own way to Olympic House.
Address: Route de Vidy 9, 1007 Lausanne, Switzerland
Access to Olympic House:
Bus numbers 24 (Siège du CIO stop) and 25 (Bois de Vaux stop)
M1, Bourdonnette stop
Outdoor public car park
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