Images from outside the IOC HQ as Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Abe and IOC chief Thomas Bach discuss the fate of Tokyo 2020 amid calls for postponement due to the global coronavirus outbreak. IMAGES
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Italians rejoice as the name of Milan-Cortina d’Ampezzo is pulled from the envelope by International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach. Milan-Cortina d’Ampezzo will host the Winter Olympics in 2026 after the Italian bid beat the Swedish bid from Stockholm-Are. IMAGES
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International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach explains why the IOC recommended Wednesday that boxing’s governing body be stripped of its right to organise the event at Tokyo 2020, citing “serious deficiencies in AIBA’s governance.” SOUNDBITE
IOC President Thomas Bach dismisses concerns that North Korea has tried to “hijack” the Winter Games for political purposes, as officials revealed he will visit the isolated country after the tournament in South Korea.
Olympics chief Thomas Bach takes part in the torch relay ahead of the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang . FIRST IMAGES
Olympics chief Thomas Bach unveils the Olympic Truce Mural at the Pyeongchang Olympic Village ahead of the opening of the Winter Games. Bach says the mural reinforces the Olympic values of “peace and friendship,” with the theme of “Building Bridges.”
A decision by sport’s top court to lift life bans for doping of 28 Russian athletes was “extremely disappointing and surprising”, IOC chief Thomas Bach says. SOUNDBITE
As the International Olympic Committee decides to ban Russia from the 2018 Winter Olympics over state-sponsored doping, IOC president Thomas Bach says he hopes the sanction will “draw a line under this very sad period for the Olympic movement”. SOUNDBITE. TO COMPLETE VID_1113918 and VID_1113978
Russian state-sponsored doping scheme constitutes an “unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and sport”, the IOC chief Thomas Bach said Tuesday.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) had nothing to do with the timing and reasons for the publication of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s McLaren report, which led to over a hundred Russian athletes being banned from the Olympics, IOC president Thomas Bach said.
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