European Games 2023 to set “Sustainable Blueprint For The Future”
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— The European Olympic Committees (EOC) have set the blueprint for a low-cost and sustainable future for the European Games after signing the Host City Region Contract (HCRC) for the 2023 edition with the City of Krakow, the Malopolska Region, the Polish Olympic Committee, and the local Organising Committee. Read morePanam Sports Executive Committee meet in Santo Domingo
At the headquarters of the Dominican Olympic Committee, members of the Board of Directors of the Pan American Sports Organisation discussed various issues and challenges that lie ahead in the coming years, highlighted by the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games, 2025 Junior Pan American Games and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Read moreOceania National Olympic Committees honours two Oceania champions of sport
Sport needs a diverse and functioning ecosystem to produce and sustain athletes and games; and two individuals who lead in this ecosystem in Oceania were awarded the ONOC Merit Award recently. Read moreCzech Olympic Committee presents ‘ASAP’ Sustainability Strategy and Manual 
The Czech Olympic Committee (COV) has published its ASAP sustainability strategy which will help guide the organisation’s own sustainable practices and as well as a manual which is aimed at supporting other sports organisations. The strategy and manual are the outcome of a project initiated in 2020 under the acronym ASAP meaning AS SUSTAINABLE AS POSSIBLE. Read moreBhutan Olympic Committee’s Gender Equity Committee and Athletes’ Commission hold meetings on Safe Sport
The Bhutan Olympic Committee’s Gender Equity Committee in collaboration with the Athletes’ Commission of Bhutan conducted the 3rd round of consultative meetings n the Safe Sports Policy. Read moreAustralian Olympic Committee opens up nominations for Australian Olympic Change-Makers
The Australian Olympic Committee has opened up nominations for the return of its Australian Olympic Change-Makers 2022. Nominations are open to all high schools who are invited to nominate up to two students per school from the academic years 10,11 and 12 who are creating positive social change in their communities. Read moreBrazilian Olympic Committee institutes Women in Sport Commission
The Brazilian Olympic Committee’s (COB) Women in Sport Commission held its first meeting at the COB headquarters on 16 May. The Commission was created with the aim of encouraging female participation and working towards gender equality. Read moreNew Zealand Olympic Committee presents its 2021 Annual Report on back of most successful Olympic Games ever
The New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) has presented its 2021 Annual Report at its General Assembly on 12 May.NZOC President Mike Stanley (Olympian #504) thanked representatives from the 54 member sports for their commitment to Olympic and Commonwealth sport during 2021. Read more ‌  ‌  ‌Visit our website
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