This will be the opportunity to hear about the technical progress being made on the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. With just three months to go until the Opening Ceremony, the first version of the Playbooks has been released, test events are ongoing and preparations are continuing apace.
Date: Tuesday 9 November 2021
Time: 3.45 p.m. CET
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Deadline: 3.45 p.m. CET on Monday 8 November 2021
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- Juan Antonio Samaranch, Chair of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022
- Christophe Dubi, IOC Olympic Games Executive Director
- Introductory remarks
- Q&A session
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