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IOC Annual Report 2017

The IOC Annual Report 2017: Credibility, Sustainability, Youth is now available. 2017 marked the half-way point in the implementation of Olympic Agenda 2020 and saw a number of landmark decisions. Highlights of the year include the double attribution of the Olympic Games to Paris and Los Angeles for 2024 and 2028 respectively, preparations for PyeongChang 2018, and the successful efforts to bring together athletes from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korean and the Republic of Korea together at the Games. It also saw initiatives surrounding the new candidature process intended to make the Olympic Games more sustainable and feasible.

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Achieving gender equality

We have the ambition to reach full gender equality at the Olympic Games from 2024 onwards. Great strides have been made in the last 40 years and Tokyo 2020 will be the most gender equal Games yet with women set to make up 48.8% of athletes.


Olympic Solidarity plan 2017-2020

Over the 2017-2020 period, the Olympic Solidarity plan features a range of programmes and initiatives designed to help athletes, strengthen NOC management capacity, encourage knowledge-sharing among NOCs and other Olympic Movement stakeholders, support education and training for coaches, and promote the Olympic values all around the world.


Revenue growth supports the Olympic Movement

Thanks to our partners, the IOC continues to be in a position of independent financial stability. We distribute 90% of our revenues to help athletes and sports organisations around the world, the equivalent of USD 3.4 million per day. Our revenue growth in last Olympiad is a strong testament to the support of our partners.


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