IOC-countdown (19 days): all you need is … information about the IOC Session 2013 and its decisions #IOCpresidency #OG2020 #2020sports

If you get the right information, you can probably make the right decisions in all three IOC polls.

There are three important decisions to be made by the 125th IOC Session in Buenos Aires, Argentina, early next month.

Over the next few weeks I am going to offer you some basic information, some PR stuff (see below :), some exclusive stuff (see below and check the blog), a lot of rumors, analysis and as much independent journalistic research as I am able to do.

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  • I will run a 24/7 blog covering IOC meetings in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires including the 125th IOC Session.
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For now, some basic stories:

Some polls, basic information, PR and useful links – please, take your time! Have your vote, please.

1) 125th IOC SESSION BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

2) ELECTION OF THE 9th IOC PRESIDENT (all six presidential manifestos have been published on this blog first, worldwide exclusive)

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3) ELECTION OF THE HOST CITY FOR THE GAMES OF THE XXXII OLYMPIAD IN 2020

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(Usually those websites don’t link to each other.)

IOC reports:

4) ELECTION OF AN ADDITIONAL SPORTS FOR THE 2020 PROGRAM

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Another sign of lack of transparency: the IOC has not published the report of the Program Commission so far.

7 Gedanken zu „IOC-countdown (19 days): all you need is … information about the IOC Session 2013 and its decisions #IOCpresidency #OG2020 #2020sports“

  1. Notiz an mich: Wenn ich wie heute in der Süddeutschen Zeitung falsche Daten zur IOC-Session lese, könnte ich mich fast ärgern, dass ich den Zeitplan, der ohnehin öffentlich ist, aber eben etwas versteckt, hier allen zugänglich mache.

    #justkidding

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