04 Jun 2021
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board (EB) will meet remotely by videoconference through a secure electronic system from Tuesday 8 to Thursday 10 June 2021.
The EB is scheduled to receive updates on the activities of the IOC commissions and administration, as well as reports from the Organising Committees for the upcoming Olympic Games.
The announcement of the composition of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team Tokyo 2020 will take place on Tuesday 8 June at 12 p.m. CET, and this will be livestreamed on Olympics.com.
The IOC will be holding press conferences open to the media at the end of each day. In the event of any delays, we will inform the media on Twitter @IOCMEDIA.
Photos of the start of the EB meetings will be available on Flickr.
Please register here to receive the link to attend all three press conferences. Please note that you should connect exclusively via Google Chrome or the BlueJeans mobile app.
The press conferences will also be livestreamed on the IOC Media YouTube channel.
Please click here to read the News Access Rules that will apply for the IOC EB meeting and the IOC Refugee Olympic Team Tokyo 2020 presentation.
Live Coverage of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team Tokyo 2020 Presentation Available
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A Video News Release (VNR) will be provided after the presentation, with highlights of the event and additional VNRs presenting each member of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team Tokyo 2020. The VNRs will be made available on the IOC Newsroom and, for RHBs, via OBS.tv.
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