The Olympic Channel is in “aggressive hiring mode at the moment” and will eventually have around 100 full-time staff members, Mark Parkman, general manager of Olympic Channel Services, told an audience here at SPORTEL in Monte Carlo today.
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Hamburg has estimated the cost of hosting the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games at €11.2 billion (£8.2 billion/$12.5 billion), with the public sector likely to be called upon to contribute €7.4 billion (£5.4 billion/$8.3 billion) of this overall sum.
C K Wu has acknowledged that he might seek a fourth term as International Boxing Association (AIBA) President.
Futsal, a form of five-a-side football, is to replace the standard 11-a-side format at the next Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires in 2018.
Paris has changed the legal structure of its 2024 Olympic and Paralympic bid into a “groupement d’intérêt public” (GIP), literally a public interest group.
UK Sport, Britain’s elite sport funding body, has warned that any cuts stemming from this autumn’s British Government Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) could have a “significant impact” on the nation’s future sporting success.
Los Angeles 2024 has quietly delivered an impressive demonstration of the financial firepower it can draw on to support the city’s efforts to bring the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games to California for a third time.
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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will on Wednesday fire the starting-pistol for a new Olympic race that will be critical to the brand’s future.
Paris has formally joined the race for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics by submitting a letter to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), following the example of Hamburg and Rome.
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C K Wu, President of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), is aiming to increase the number of women’s boxing events on the Olympic programme from three to five in time for Tokyo 2020.