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  • Rio 2016: one year to go
    and Paralympic values in schools Transforma reaches 2 200 public and private institutions and one million students It has already trained 5 700 education professionals including coordinators physical education teachers young agents and tutors Of this total 3 600 are young agents student leaders in schools During this period 12 780 hours of training were completed by coordinators and physical education teachers Three Transforma sports festivals have already brought together more than 3 000 people What lies ahead To increase its reach the programme launched in August in partnership with the Ministry for Education a long distance online teaching platform in Portuguese English and Spanish 2 Inspiring volunteering in Brazil and around the world The volunteer programme launched in 2014 had over 240 000 sign ups from all states in Brazil and another 192 countries The United States Russia China and Great Britain were the nations with the most candidates after Brazil Over 240 000 sign ups From 192 countries Eight training centres across Brazil Over 20 000 candidates already selected and ready to perform 70 000 will work at volunteers at the Olympic and Paralympic Games What lies ahead This year the list of selected candidates will be published and the training phase begins in February 2016 3 Economic catalyst Rio 2016 s objective is to have by 2016 70 000 licensed companies that will supply 40 000 sale points as well as 150 official stores in airports shopping centres hotels the athletes village and at all Games venues Three stores are already open in Rio de Janeiro and there is also an online store in Brazil 70 licensed companies 40 000 sale points 150 official 52 contracts already been signed More than 1 000 products developed What lies ahead By the end of the year more stores will

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  • Beijing named host city of Olympic Winter Games 2022
    at the 128th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur Beijing received 44 votes to Almaty s 40 As a result Beijing will become the first city to host both a summer and winter edition of the Olympic Games following the city s successful staging of the Summer Games in 2008 Right after the election representatives of Beijing IOC s Photo together with IOC President Thomas Bach signed the Host City Contract This is the first time that the HCC is being made public which is a result of the recommendations of Olympic Agenda 2020 a reform package that significantly changed the host city selection process Beijing aims to use the Games to accelerate the development of a new sport culture and tourism area and to encourage interest in winter sports in a region that is home to more than 300 million people in northern China Although the bid process for 2022 began before the approval of Olympic Agenda 2020 the reforms have already had a significant impact on Beijing s Olympic plans Olympic Agenda 2020 calls for a stronger focus on sustainability legacy and transparency while making it easier for host cities to tailor Games that meet their needs rather than trying to fit a template Beijing took advantage of the flexibility provided by Olympic Agenda 2020 to improve its plans for the Games and reduce costs The city will rely heavily on existing venues including those built for the Games in 2008 such as the iconic Bird s Nest stadium Beijing s proposed budget for investment in Olympic villages sports venues and other infrastructure totals 1 5 billion US dollars significantly less than for Olympic Games in the past The proposed operational budget should be fully offset by revenue from ticket sales marketing sponsorships and other income Thanks to an

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  • Lausanne named Winter Youth Olympic Games host for 2020
    headquarters since 1915 and known as the Olympic Capital was chosen over Brasov Romania during a vote at the 128th IOC Session in Kuala Lumpur with 71 votes to Brasov s 10 In line with Olympic Agenda 2020 the IOC s strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement approved last December the Evaluation Commission for the Winter Youth Olympic Games 2020 focused its assessment of the two Candidate Cities for the first time on the key opportunities and risks associated with both bids and a focus on the athletes experience The Commission chaired by IOC Member in China Yang Yang noted that both Lausanne and Brasov were capable of organising the Games Lausanne was praised in particular for its good use of existing temporary and demountable venues in line with Olympic Agenda 2020 sustainability reforms Lausanne 2020 organisers have proposed 10 to 19 January 2020 as the dates for the Games Over 1 000 athletes ranging in age from 15 to 18 are expected to compete at the Winter Youth Olympic Games 2020 Both YOG Candidate Cities were informed that a review of sports disciplines and events will take place after the 2nd Winter Youth Olympic Games due to be held in Lillehammer Norway in February 2016 and that the overall list of events would be completed approximately three years ahead of the Youth Olympic Games 2020 President Bach will establish a Coordination Commission to assist Lausanne 2020 throughout its preparation period The Youth Olympic Games are about competing learning and sharing They are a celebration of sport youth diversity and the Olympic values They also exemplify the fundamental principle of Olympism to blend sport with culture and education At the heart of the learn and share approach a set of unique activities endeavours to equip the young

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  • PM Renzi to Malagò: “Full and total governmental support for the bid”
    starting with the candidacy of Rome for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games On behalf of the Government I confirm full and total support for the bid of Rome said the Prime Minister to the President to which he informed Renzi of his imminent trip to Kuala Lumur to participate in the 128th CIO Session Giovanni give my regards to President Bach and tell him that I hope to meet him soon I d be pleased if he were to come to Italy Malagò also updated Renzi on the development of the bid after the Boston withdrawal and on the situation of the international scene in light of the Agenda 2020 I am very happy with the conversation I had with Prime Minister Renzi declared Malagò as he returned to his office at the Foro Italico It was a great meeting Renzi and the Government are by our side and this gives us great strength in view of the Olympics I leave for Kuala Lumpur even more optimistic I have already informed President Luca of Montezemolo of the agenda Among other things Renzi has told me that he will soon appoint a Minister for Sport Among other issues we also

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  • Ambassadors to promote Rome 2024 around the world
    2024 around the world Published 28 July 2015 The Foreign Affairs Ministry and the network of Italian embassies around the world today agreed to support Rome s bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games The president of the Rome 2024 bid committee Luca Cordero di Montezemolo the president of the Italian Olympic Committee CONI Giovanni Malagò and the general manager of the committee Claudia Bugno were invited to be guests at the annual ambassadors conference a meeting which is traditionally only attended by members of the Italian ambassador network In a series of presentations Rome s bid leaders set out the city s vision for bringing the Games back to the Italian capital for the first time since 1960 Following the presentations which highlighted the bid s organizational plans and the International Olympic Committee s bidding process the Foreign Affairs Ministry and the Ambassadors gave their full support to the bid and pledged to promote Rome during the course of the two year campaign which will be decided in Lima Peru in 2017 The backing of the Ambassadors and the Foreign Affairs Ministry is the latest strong declaration of support for Rome s bid and follows the declarations

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  • Presentation of "Sport, a shining light in the Made-in-Italy" with the Minister Pinotti. Malagò: a valuable project
    entrepreneurial idea thus enriching the country s offer in terms of tourist and hotel facilities The best way to make use of the public heritage focusing on Italian excellence like Sport Today the FARI network includes 11 state owned property units to be soon offered on the market via licensing according to a model that respects the landscape in line with the identities of the land and its environment President Malagò in the photograph Mezzelani GMT who made the opening speech underlines the importance of the initiative and the focal role played by sport There is an unbreakable bond a huge affinity between sport and tourism Just think of the number of Olympic and non Olympic water disciplines to immediately understand the potential this project encompasses Our world can provide added value for the full recovery and enhancement of these wonderful symbols of our Country The Ministry of Defense Roberta Pinotti expressed her satisfaction The supporting role of sport is essential in enhancing the Faris owing to the great relevance that water sport disciplines have even at the educational level We opened a public consultation to enhance the Faris It is a project that can even be extended to other property belonging to the Ministry of Defense whose partial use does not make sense It is wrong that there is little or no benefit at all coming from state owned property The dual use which renders the Defence s property available and accessible to third parties may help exploit them in a convenient manner and fully recover them Yes we are ready to enlist sport to build emotions that are beneficial for the Italian people Roberto Reggi Director of the State Property Agency has further broadened the scope We are working hard with local authorities we need to share with

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  • European Youth Festival in Tbilisi. 104 Azzurri competing
    four years ago by the European Olympic Committee under the patronage of the IOC From the 26 July to the 1 August the 13th EYOF will be held in Tbilisi Georgia and will see athletes under the age of 18 participating in 9 categories The Italian team consisting of 104 athletes 60 boys and 44 girls will compete in the events of Athletics Basketball Cycling Gymnastics Judo Swimming Tennis and Volleyball The only events without Italian athletes will be women s handball and women s basketball The 104 young Azzurri Athletics 24 Cavagna Enrico Marchei Mario Albrecht Michael Barontini Simone Grieco Vincenzo Tindaro Lisa Ghinassi Niccolò Faidiga Cristian Zagotto Mattia Motta Andrea Dallavalle Andrea Proietti Andrea Balloni Marco Giuseppe Chirico Omar De Masi Arianna Vandi Elisabetta Di Benedetti Sara Tozzi Martina Gennari Rebecca Sansa Giorgia De Martin Rebecca Varriale Elena Martinis Isabella Visca Carolina Basket 12 Acunzo Mattia Berra Gabriele Cerisola Tommaso Garofolo Federico Giovanardi Pietro Graziani Matteo Miaschi Federico Morgillo Alessandro Palumbo Mattia Provenzani Vincenzo Tartamella Lorenzo Zampini Federico Cycling 6 Gazzoli Michele Innocenti Andrea Manfredi Samuele Pirrone Elena Paternoster Letizia Guazzini Vittoria Gymnastics 6 Cereghetti Caterina Linari Francesca Noemi Maggio Martina Galli Lorenzo Garza Luca Lino Patron Stefano Judo 12 Bellandi Alice 70 KG Calagreti Annalisa 70 KG Carlino Luca 55 KG D Angelo Biagio 50 KG Esposito Giovanni 66 KG Petitto Sofia 44 KG Galliani Arianna 40 KG Gamba Giacomo 73 KG Lisoni Chiara 63 KG Lombardo Manuel 60 KG Santini Giulia 48 KG Truffo Marco 90 KG Swimming 16 Borra Giulia Rebusco Giulia Mascolo Annachiara Berton Giulia Gusperti Sara Birro Aurora Cavagnoli Vanessa Buriassi Megan Guidolin Davide Fava Emanuel Barison Giovanni Razzetti Alberto Martinenghi Niccolò Facciolà Andrea Bortuzzo Manuel Mateo Chirico Luca Volley 24 Boldini Jennifer Bartolini Benedetta Masiero Marta Nwakalor Sylvia Chinelo Colombo Sasha Negretti

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  • Malagò and Mamadou Ndiaye Diagna sign the sport cooperation agreement between Italy and Senegal
    cooperation agreement aimed at strengthening relations between the two Olympic Committees for the achievement of common goals The signing of the agreement was also attended by the Secretary General of CONI Roberto Fabbricini the Secretary General of the Olympic Committee of Senegal Seydina Omar Diagne the unforgettable Senegalese champion of 400 metres hurdles that won the silver in Seoul 88 and current first Vice President of the World Olympians Association El Hadj Amadou Dia Ba and the technical consultant of the Olympic Preparation Elio Locatelli The agreement provides for the exchange of programs and experiences also through reciprocal visits of sporting teams in addition to the sharing of information regarding the competitive structures and the specialized courses This synergy will also facilitate the use of coaches expertise the organization of training camps and the promotion of ideas and initiatives in the field of scientific research applied to sport The President of the Olympic Committee of Senegal Ndiaye expressed his satisfaction I am proud of this agreement which strengthens links of cooperation and friendship between our two Olympic Committees promoting and strengthening the Federations in view of future international commitments also thanks to special programs The President of CONI Giovanni Malagò

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