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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/19/11 The International Olympic Committee Founded 1894
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2/19/11 Olympic Games held in East Asia Ø 1964: Tokyo, Japan (summer) 1972: Sapporo, Japan (winter) Ø 1988: Seoul, South Korea (summer) 1998: Nagano, Japan (winter) Ø 2008: Beijing, China (summer)
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2/19/11 International Olympic Committee Founded in 1894 in Switzerland, in the spirit of the ancient Greek Olympic Games. Originally, the Olympic Games were held in Olympia, Greece, from the 8th century BC to the 5th century AD. Goal of revived Olympic Games: to foster international communication and peace. Membership now consists of 205 independent National Olympic Committees (NOCs).
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2/19/11 Founder of Modern Olympic Games Baron
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2/19/11 IOC IOC organizes the summer and winter Olympic Games every 4 years. First summer Olympics were held in Athens, Greece, in 1896; first winter Olympics in France, 1924. Until 1992, both summer and winter Olympic Games were held in the same year; after that, the IOC staggered them 2 years apart.
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2/19/11 1896 Olympics in Athens, Greece
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2/19/11 Second winter games 1928
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2/19/11 IOC Founding Members Mario Lucchesi-Palli , Italy, 1894 -1894 Demetrios Vikelas, Greece,1894 -1897; President (1894-1896) Arthur Russell, 2nd Baron Ampthill, Great Britain, 1894 -1898 Alexei de Butowski, Russia, 1894 -1900 Leonard A. Cuff, New Zealand, 1894 -1905 Charles Herbert, Great Britain, 1894 -1906 José Benjamín Zubiaur, Argentina, 1894 -1907 Ferenc Kemény, Austria-Hungary, 1894 -1907
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2/19/11 IOC Presidents 1894- 2010 1. Demetrios Vikelas, 1894 - 1896 2. Baron Pierre de Coubertin, 1896 - 1925 3. Count Henri de Baillet-Latour, 1925 - 1942 4. Sigfrid Edström, 1942 - 1952 5. Avery Brundage, 1952 - 1972 6. Michael Morris Lord Killanin, 1972 - 1980 7. Marqués Juan Antonio Samaranch, 1980 - 2001 8. Count Jacques Rogge, 2001 -
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2/19/11 Revenue The Olympic Movement generates revenue through five major programs: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) manages (1) broadcast partnerships and (2) the TOP worldwide sponsorship program. The Organizing Committees for the Olympic
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