Reports on the activities of the IOC administration
• Director General’s report
Reports on the activities of the Coordination Commissions and the OCOGs:
• Tokyo 2020 (Report by the Organising Committee and by the Chair of the Coordination Commission, Mr Coates)
• Beijing 2022
• Paris 2024
• Milano Cortina 2026
• Los Angeles 2028
• YOG Dakar 2022
• Winter YOG Gangwon 2024
Reports on the activities of the IOC Commissions (Q&A with the IOC Members)
• World Anti-Doping Agency report
• International Testing Agency report
• International Council of Arbitration for Sport report
Amendments to the Olympic Charter
• IOC Members Election Commission report
• Election of new IOC Members
• Change of status
• Extension of terms of office
• Election of two Vice-Presidents and members of the IOC Executive Board
• Honorary members
The Lausanne 2020 Organizing Committee partnered with Quantis to conduct a carbon footprint assessment of the 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games. It was the first such assessment to follow the Carbon Footprint Methodology Guidance of the IOC. The aim of the assessment was to understand the impact and effectiveness of the organizational and policy measures taken and to leave a legacy for future Organizing Committees in developing their sustainability action plans to measure and minimise their events’ greenhouse gas emissions.
The Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) came to a close almost five months ago to the day. This presented an opportunity for the Organising Committee to look back on the great sporting and popular success of the YOG as well as the positive financial results. Now, it’s time to look at the legacy, which will be managed by a new structure set up for this purpose.
The Lausanne 2020 Organising committee today gave the media one last rendezvous, five months after the closure of the YOG and the day after its official dissolution. This was an opportunity to bid farewell to the public and to present the various results of the event.
IOC Executive Board Meeting
Tokyo 2020 presents positioning, principles for re-planning, and a roadmap to the Games in 2021 to IOC Executive Board
The International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s Executive Board (EB) today received updates on the planning and preparations for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. A key element of the presentation was Tokyo 2020 sharing the positioning, principles for re-planning, and a roadmap to the Games in 2021.
IOC Executive Board proposes five new Members for election to the IOC Session
The nomination of five new Members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) – three women and two men – has been proposed today by the IOC Executive Board and will be submitted to the IOC Session, which will be held virtually on 17 July 2020.
IOC Executive Board confirms timeline for Paris 2024 events
The International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s Executive Board (EB) agreed during a virtual meeting today to maintain the previously set deadline of December 2020 to confirm the event programme and athlete quotas for the Olympic Games Paris 2024, including consideration of the events in the four additional sports proposed by the Organising Committee. This decision is based on the recommendation of the Olympic Programme Commission (OPC) after receiving feedback from the athletes, International Sports Federations (IFs), National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and Paris 2024.
IOC Executive Board approves medal reallocations from past Olympic Games and Youth Olympic Games
In today’s meeting, the International Olympic Committee Executive Board (EB) approved the reallocations of medals, diplomas and medallist pins from three editions of the Olympic Games and one Youth Olympic Games following decisions made by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
IOC Executive Board makes decisions with regard to International Weightlifting Federation
The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today received an update on the situation of the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) following the recent release by Professor McLaren of the “Independent Investigator Report to the Oversight and Integrity Commission of the International Weightlifting Federation”.
Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (Beijing 2022) published the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Sustainability Plan (hereinafter referred to as Sustainability Plan) on 15 May. This plan was developed jointly by the People’s Government of Beijing Municipality, the People’s Government of Hebei Province, and the Beijing 2022. The plan serves as a programmatic document guiding the sustainability work of the Beijing 2022 Games and is being implemented throughout the entire process of the Games.
The sustainability plan reflects the Beijing 2022 mission of being “green, inclusive, open and clean”, and the reforms introduced through Olympic Agenda 2020——the strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement. It is also aligned with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The ‘Beijing 2022 Sustainability Plan’ can be downloaded from the Beijing 2022 website.