The International Olympic Committee IOC The XIII Olympic Congress, entitled “The Olympic Movement in society”, was held from 3 to 5 October 2009 in Copenhagen (Denmark) and brought together more than one thousand participants.
At the 121st IOC Session in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 2, 2009, final voting took place. The three ballots were held within a 15 minutes period, and although the first two ballots results were announced immediately, the third ballot result was announced only about one hour later.Committee: IOC
Copenhagen (pps) Rio de Janeiro will be the first South-American city to host Olympic Games. Brazil’s metropolis with its six million inhabitants was elected at the 121st Session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Copenhagen.
121st IOC Session in Copenhagen. The culmination of the bid process is today’s meeting of the 121st IOC Session in Copenhagen. The cities will each have 45 minutes to make a presentation to the Session, followed by 15 minutes for questions. The cities will present in the order of drawing of lots, as performed by the IOC Executive Board in ...
Report by the IOC President, Jacques Rogge, to the 121st Session Copenhagen, 7 October 2009 One year ago, I was able to declare at the Closing Ceremony that the Beijing Games had been truly exceptional. My report today is the last of the eight-year term of office you entrusted to me in Moscow, in 2001. I shall therefore describe
The 13th Olympic Congress was held in Copenhagen, Denmark from 3 to 5 October 2009. The theme for the Congress in 2009 was the "Olympic Movement in Society". The 121st Session of the IOC was also held in Copenhagen on 2 October 2009 where the host city of the 2016 Summer Olympics was announced to be Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
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