Beijing 2008: On the Scene with the IOC Coordination Commission
October 26, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsThe IOC Coordination Commission is making its ninth inspection of preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Around the Rings will be on the scene for the entire three-day meeting as the commission examines organizers' progress and reviews test event results.
Around the Rings continues its tradition of on-the-scene reporting from major events on the Olympic calendar. ATR Editor Ed Hula will provide daily coverage October 23 to October 25.
"This is a crucial visit because it's just about the last chance to make sure everything is on schedule before the Beijing 2008 Games begin next August," Hula says. The commission's last visit is scheduled for January 2008.
Around the Rings' daily coverage can be seen at www.aroundtherings.com. A full report will be available in Around the Rings weekly newsletter, distributed to subscribers every Friday. While in Beijing, Hula also will report on the World Conference on Sport and Environment, which runs October 25 to October 27.
Around the Rings also will report on the upcoming 2010 Youth Olympic Games announcement and IOC President Jacques Rogge's visit to Chicago for the World Boxing Championships early next month.
The weekly newsletter also features Op Ed, Hula's exclusive take on issues affecting the Olympic Movement. The Oct. 19 edition focused on the tumultuous situation with the Iraqi National Olympic Committee. Its president and secretary general have been missing since they were kidnapped in July 2006. Click here to read the full article.
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