IOC; 134th Session – Schedule of Events

Wednesday 19 June 2019

Time Event
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. IOC Executive Board meeting

 

Thursday 20 June 2019

Time Event
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. IOC Executive Board meeting

 

Friday 21 June 2019

Time Event
9 a.m. – 1 p.m. IOC Executive Board meeting

 

Saturday 22 June 2019

Time Event
10.15 a.m. Olympic Capital Run
5 – 8 p.m. Golden Rings Awards Ceremony

 

Sunday 23 June 2019

Time Event
11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Inauguration of Olympic House

 

Monday 24 June 2019

Time Event
9 – 9.10 a.m. Opening Remarks of 2026 Briefing
9.10 – 9.40 a.m. Stockholm–Åre 2026 Technical presentation
9.40 – 10.25 a.m. Stockholm–Åre 2026 Q&A
10.55 – 11.25 a.m. Milan–Cortina 2026 Technical presentation
11.25 a.m. – 12.10 p.m. Milan–Cortina 2026 Q&A
1.50 – 2 p.m. Session: Opening Remarks
2 – 2.30 p.m. Stockholm–Åre 2026 Final presentation
2.45 – 3.15 p.m. Milan–Cortina 2026 Final presentation
3.15 – 3.40 p.m. Presentation by the Evaluation Commission, including Q&A
4 – 4.30 p.m. Vote to elect the Host City 2026
6 p.m. TBC Announcement of Host City 2026
6.30 p.m. Signing of Host City Contract followed by joint IOC – Host City 2026 press Conference

 

Tuesday 25 June 2019

Time Event
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. 134th IOC Session

 

Tuesday 26 June 2019

Time Event
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. 134th IOC Session

 

Source: The International Olympic Committee. All times are local and subject to change.

YOG – Lausanne 2020; Events and Athlete quotas

Events

Sport Discipline Events – Men Events – Women Events – Mixed Total
Biathlon -Sprint 7.5km
-Individual 12.5km
-Sprint 6km
-Individual 10km
-Mixed Relay
-Single Mixed Relay
6
Bobsleigh Bobsleigh -Monobob -Monobob 2
Skeleton -Individual -Individual 2
Curling -Mixed Team
-Mixed NOC Doubles
2
Ice Hockey -6 Team Tournament
-Mixed NOC 3 on 3 Tournament
-6 Team Tournament
-Mixed NOC 3 on 3 Tournament
4
Luge -Single
-Double
-Single
-Double
-Team Relay 5
Skating Figure Skating -Single -Single -Pairs
-Ice Dance
-Mixed NOC Team Event
5
Short Track Speed Skating -500m
-1000m
-500m
-1000m
-Mixed NOC Relay 5
Speed Skating -500m
-1500m
-Mass Start
-500m
-1500m
-Mass Start
-Mixed NOC Team Sprint 7
Skiing Alpine Skiing -Slalom
-Giant Slalom
-SuperG
-Alpine Combined
-Slalom
-Giant Slalom
-SuperG
-Alpine Combined
-Parallel Mixed Team Event 9
Freestyle Skiing -Ski Halfpipe
-Ski Slopestyle
-Ski Big Air
-Ski Cross
-Ski Halfpipe
-Ski Slopestyle
-Ski Big Air
-Ski Cross
8
Snowboard -Snowboard Halfpipe
-Snowboard Slopestyle
-Snowboard Big Air
-Snowboard Cross
-Snowboard Halfpipe
-Snowboard Slopestyle
-Snowboard Big Air
-Snowboard Cross
8
Cross-Country Skiing -Sprint
-10km
– Cross Country Cross
-Sprint
-5km
– Cross Country Cross
6
Nordic Combined -Individual NH/10km -Individual NH/5km 2
Ski Jumping -Individual -Individual -Mixed Teams 3
Combined Disciplines -Nordic Mixed Team NH 4×3.3km
-Ski Snowboard Cross Mixed Team
2
Ski Mountaineering -Sprint
-Individual
-Sprint
-Individual
-Mixed NOC Relay 5

 

Athlete quotas

Sport Discipline Events Age Male Female Total
Biathlon 6 17-18 100 100 200
Bobsleigh Bobsleigh 2 15-18 18 18 36
Skeleton 2 15-18 20 20 40
Curling 2 15-18 48 48 96
Ice Hockey 4 15-16 206 206 412
Luge 5 15-18 50 50 100
Skating Figure Skating 5 15-19 38 38 76
Short Track Speed Skating 5 16-18 32 32 64
Speed Skating 7 16-18 32 32 64
Skiing Alpine Skiing 9 17-18 80 80 160
Freestyle Skiing 8 16-18 64 64 128
Snowboard 8 16-18 64 64 128
Cross-Country Skiing 6 16-18 80 80 160
Nordic Combined 2 16-18 40 40 80
Ski Jumping 3 16-18 40 40 80
Combined Disciplines 2
Ski Mountaineering 5 17-18 24 24 48
Total 81 936 936 1872

 

Source: The International Olympic Committee

YOG – Lausanne 2020; Pictograms

Image: Lausanne 2020

 

Image: Lausanne 2020 on Twitter

 

Press release by Lausanne 2020:

Lausanne 2020 reveals its pictograms 300 days before kick-off
Pictograms, graphic representations of sports disciplines, are a core element of the visual expression of the Olympic Games. In line with its ambition to active involve young people in the preparation and organization of the event, Lausanne 2020 has entrusted the development of the pictograms to ERACOM (Ecole romande d’arts et communication de Lausanne), a Lausanne-based arts school. With 300 days to go before the Opening Ceremony, the pictograms were official unveiled today by Lausanne 2020.

ERACOM, whose apprentices have already created Lausanne 2020’s mascot “Yodli”, which was introduced to the public early this year, gathered three classes from its graphics department for this new project. A total of 36 apprentices worked together to produce the 16 pictograms, which represent each of the winter sports included in the Lausanne 2020 programme.

Upon the unveiling of the pictograms, Adrien Jenni, Director of ERACOM, said: “We are very proud of these young first-year apprentices, who showed a lot of ambition and hard work towards this one-year project. From around thirty initial proposals, three were shortlisted, with the winner named by a jury including representatives of ERACOM, Lausanne 2020 and the IOC. Just like the mascot, we are delighted to see these pictograms come to life and contribute to the identity of the 2020 Youth Games.”

Once the final pictograms were chosen, a class of fourth year students from the interactive media design programme worked on their animation. These animated pictograms are visible today and will be used on all Lausanne 2020 digital platforms, before and during the Games.

Reflecting on the project, Viviane Morey, coordinator of the Lausanne 2020 projects at ERACOM, said: “To draw inspiration, we mainly focused on the athletes’ movements while practicing the different disciplines. From painting to drawing, and even some experiments using water in the schoolyard to practice Chinese calligraphy, various creative techniques were used! And we are very happy with the result. For us, it is a great source of pride to be able to contribute to the development of an Olympic event.”

Ian Logan, Director General of Lausanne 2020 also expressed his gratitude towards the project, adding: “The success of Lausanne 2020 will partly be measured by its impact within schools. Today, hundreds of young people are involved in the preparation of Lausanne 2020, developing new skills and knowledge in a variety of areas. The commitment of the youth is part of our project’s DNA and I would like to thank ERACOM for this high-quality work and fruitful collaboration. We look forward to working on more projects together.”

The Medal Design Competition for Lausanne 2020 is now open. Visit medal-design-competition.com for the rules and guidelines.

 

New IOC headquarters; Opening Date Announced

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 

Press release by the IOC;

Olympic House to officially open on Olympic Day

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will officially inaugurate its new headquarters on 23 June during the celebration of Olympic Day. In 2019 this symbolic day will mark the 125th anniversary of the creation of the IOC.

The inauguration of Olympic House will be the culmination of a journey that started back in 2014 when the IOC decided to move ahead with the consolidation of its head office.

Source: IOC
Full press release: Olympic House to officially open on Olympic Day

YOG – Lausanne 2020; Masterplan (January 2019)

 

ClusterVenueSportsCapacityType
LausanneCentre sportif de Malley / Vaudoise arénaCeremonies, Ice Hockey, Figure skating and Short track speed skating9600 SeatsNew
Youth Olympic Village
Medal Plaza
LeysinSki Freestyle (Halfpipe & Slopestyle), Snowboard (Halfpipe & Slopestyle)
Les DiableretsAlpine skiing
VillarsSki Cross, Snowboard Cross & Ski Mountaineering
ChampéryChampéry PalladiumCurlingExisting
St. MoritzSt. Moritz-Celerina Olympic BobrunBobsleigh, Skeleton and LugeExisting
Lac de Saint-MoritzSpeed skatingTemporary
Vallée de JouxCross-country skiing
Les Tuffes/Station des Rousses (France)Stade Nordique des TuffesBiathlon, Nordic combined and Ski jumpingExisting

YOG – Lausanne 2020; 1 Year to Go!

Source: Website Lausanne 2020

The final countdown is on as we’re only 1 year away from Lausanne 2020!

III Winter Youth Olympic Games
Lausanne, Switzerland
9 to 22 January 2020
Athletes expected: 1,800 (15-18 years old and from more than 80 countries)
8 Sports, 16 disciplines
8 Competition sites
Visit the Lausanne 2020 website

 

Mascot

Yesterday, the Lausanne 2020 Mascot was revealed;

YOG – Lausanne 2020; Photos Construction Youth Olympic Village (November 2018)

Photo: Martijn Giebels

You can read more about the design of the Youth Olympic Village on this page.

 

Location

 

Photos

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 

See more photos after the break.

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