Remote Technical Briefing for the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 – Information for the media

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will hold a technical briefing remotely on Sunday 23 January 2022.

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This will be the opportunity to put questions about the Beijing 2022 Playbooks and how they are being implemented to Dr Brian McCloskey, Chair of the Beijing 2022 Medical Expert Panel.

Date: 23 January 2022

Time: 14:00 CET

You can sign up here to receive the link to attend the virtual technical media roundtable.

Please note: As part of the registration process, we may ask you to provide us with a press card or a letter from your editor in order for us to accept your registration.

Please click here to access the instructions on how to log in and ask questions during the roundtable.

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Participants: Dr Brian McCloskey, Chair of the Beijing 2022 Medical Expert Panel.

Agenda: Q&A session


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