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Date
02 Sep 2004
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IOC News , museum-news-articles

Young Sports Commentators Competition 2004


On Tuesday 5 October 2004, the IOC and the Olympic Museum Lausanne, in partnership with Télévision Suisse Romande and the French sports daily L'Équipe, will be holding the Young Sports Commentators Competition.




From 18 to 23
The competition is open to young people aged from 18 to 23 (born between 1981 and 1986) who are interested in sport and sports reporting, and who wish to try their hand at sports journalism on television.




Twenty years of success
The Young Sports Commentators Competition was first held more than 20 years ago. It has always proved a great success, with an average of 50 candidates each year. In 2003, the competition had its first ever female winner: Marie Chappuis, 23, a student from Geneva. She provided the commentary for the men’s 800m final at the 2003 World Athletics Championships in Paris.




Role of the Museum
The Young Sports Commentators Competition is part of the Olympic Museum’s role to promote the Olympic Movement by promoting sport in all its forms.




Rules intended for the candidates for the "2004 Young Sports Commentators Competition".




Enrolment form for the candidates for the "2004 Young Sports Commentators Competition".
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