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  • News | Tokyo 2020

    100 days to go until Tokyo 2020

    To mark 100 days to go until the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 begin, the Organising Committee unveiled a giant set of Olympic rings on top of Mount Takao, which is located in Tokyo, and statues of the Olympic and Paralympic mascots at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government headquarters.
    14 Apr 2021 | Olympic News, Tokyo 2020, IOC News
  • News | Tokyo 2020

    Tokyo 2020, 100 days to go – for the planet and the people

    Just over one hundred days remain until the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, which are planned to be a celebration of humanity, courage and resilience. Delayed by COVID-19, Tokyo 2020 will bring together athletes from all over the world, helping to reunite a scarred world. 
    13 Apr 2021 | Olympic News, Tokyo 2020, All about Tokyo 2020, Legacy, Sustainability
  • News | London 2012

    London 2012: a legacy that keeps giving

    Almost nine years on, London 2012 is continuing to touch lives and benefit communities living around the Olympic Park. It’s a legacy that goes far beyond the physical changes set in motion by the Games, delivering on a vision embedded in community impact from the start.
    13 Apr 2021 | Olympic News, IOC News, Legacy, London 2012
  • News | Fight against doping

    IOC celebrates Play True Day in commitment to clean sport

    The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today joins the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in the celebration of Play True Day, and encourages the Olympic Movement to promote clean sport.
    09 Apr 2021 | Olympic News, IOC News, Fight against doping
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    New case studies, guides and more

    In this section you can discover a number of new learning resources which have been published recently by the IOC and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and are available on OGK (Olympic Games Knowledge).
    08 Apr 2021 |
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    Milano Cortina 2026 learns from 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships

    In February, a delegation of 28 staff members from Milano Cortina 2026 took part in an observation programme at the Cortina 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships for learning purposes, as part of their own preparations for the 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The team benefited hugely from closely observing the event operations at a site which will host some of the Olympic and Paralympic competitions in five years’ time, taking thorough looks behind the scenes and structuring their needs and learnings.
    08 Apr 2021 |
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    Paris 2024’s new document management system in full swing

    Around this time one year ago, two unprecedented major events – the postponement of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 and the first lockdown in France – would lead to one of the largest projects ever undertaken by the Paris 2024 IKL team: the roll-out of a document management system. Transitioning from a shared-folder-through-VPN approach to SharePoint has proven to be quite a challenge.
    08 Apr 2021 |
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    Beijing 2022: Driving innovation for Olympic information and knowledge management

    In conversation: Chris Payne, the IOC’s IKL Associate Director, and Yan Cheng, Director General of the HR Department and Head of the IKM team at Beijing 2022, exchange thoughts about the OCOG’s innovative online Olympic learning platform (IKM platform). In response to the COVID-19 challenge, Beijing 2022 reformed its information and knowledge management by applying digital tools with new technology features to interact with the Olympic audience. 
    08 Apr 2021 |
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    Tokyo 2020 gears up to host the Games Experience Programme

    Over the last few months, the Tokyo 2020 IKM team, in collaboration with the IOC, has been reviewing and adapting to the latest COVID-19 countermeasure developments during the global pandemic, and has continued to prepare the Games Experience Programme (GEP) accordingly. In Tokyo, the GEP will be delivered as a fully integrated Olympic and Paralympic programme for the first time.
    08 Apr 2021 |
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    Check out what’s behind the Knowledge and Planning Consortium!

    You may have already heard of the Knowledge and Planning Consortium (KPC). It’s a small but passionate learning community which brings together senior practitioners and directors from the IOC, UEFA, FIFA, World Athletics and World Rugby. Each of the participants has responsibility for either knowledge management or planning, and all of them are keen to learn from each other to constantly improve what they do. It’s a great example of a “community of practice”.
    08 Apr 2021 |
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