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IOC Evaluation Commission Visits

Beijing 2022:IOC Evaluation Commission-Day 5

Beijing 2022 Games has "embraced the spirit and goals of Olympic Agenda 2020"
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission completed today its five-day visit to Beijing, with the city’s Bid having “embraced thespirit and goals of Olympic Agenda 2020” while offering much more.
During the visit of the IOC Evaluation Commission, chaired by Mr. Alexander Zhukov, theBid outlined how Beijing 2022’s athlete-centred, sustainable and economical plans embody Olympic Agenda 2020 values, while also offering the Olympic Movement the opportunity to grow winter sport in one of the world’s largest markets and beyond. Building on the legacy of existing world-class venues from the 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games and position of Beijing as a world-class tourism destination, staging winter sports at the foot of the Iconic Great Wall has been highlighted as a stunning stage for athletes and the promotion of winter sport around the world. [more]

Beijing 2022:IOC Evaluation Commission-Day 4

Beijing 2022 outlines tremendous commercial potential to support the IOC's Agenda 2020 reforms
The Beijing 2022 Bid Committee made a strong pledge to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission today in Beijing, highlighting the tremendous commercial potential for the Olympic Movement from Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
China’s dynamic and highly diverse economy boasts a vast consumer base and is set to continue its long-term sustainable growth by strengthening focus on efficiency and quality. The Chinese Government has confirmed the development of the country’s sports industry a main priority, setting a goal for the sector to grow to 800 billion USD by 2025 through promoting sports businesses, developing key sport facilities and opening up an expanded sport market for consumer products and services in the sector. [more]

Beijing 2022:IOC Evaluation Commission-Day 3

Beijing 2022 to boost winter sports market by inspiring 300 million people to take up winter sports
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission today visited Zhangjiakou, a popular skiing destination for over a decade that attracts 1.5 million people annually. With Zhangjiakou zone events set to be staged at the foot of the iconic Great Wall of China, Beijing 2022 has underlined how this stunning backdrop can best showcase Olympic and Paralympic sports to millions of fans in China and across the world.
The ‘Zhangjiakou Zone’ of Games venues will be just 50 minutes away from Beijing city by modern high-speed bullet train connection, while travel time from the Olympic Village to any Olympic venue will be within just 5 to 15 minutes to provide maximum convenience for athletes. It would host the snowboarding, freestyle skiing, cross-country, ski jumping, Nordic combined and biathlon events at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games. [more]
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Beijing 2022:IOC Evaluation Commission-Day 2

Beijing confirms key infrastructure to host the Games is already in place
The Beijing 2022 Bid Committee today confirmed the key infrastructure required to host the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games is already in place, supported by the region’s status as a modern world-class destination for tourism and business with a strong experience in hosting international events. The confirmation was delivered as the Bid Committee presented its plans regarding accommodation, transport and media operations to the IOC Evaluation Commission in Beijing.
Renowned as one of the world’s top destinations for business and tourism, Beijing enjoys quick and efficient transportation, world-class hotels, cosmopolitan cuisine and spectacular sightseeing. Last year, Beijing welcomed over 260 million domestic and international tourists eager to discover the millennia history of the Chinese capital and the exciting modern art, cuisine and entertainment scene it has to offer. [more]
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Beijing 2022:IOC Evaluation Commission-Day 1

Why Beijing is the right partner for the IOC to help carry Olympism into a new era
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission visit to Beijing has begun today with the Beijing 2022 bid looking to demonstrate it is the right partner for the IOC to further enhance the power of Olympism. The bid marked the first day of the visit with a pledge to fully support the IOC’s Agenda 2020 objective to carry Olympism forward into a new era, presenting a Games that offers sustainability, existing venues and a remarkable winter sports legacy.
During the first day of the IOC Evaluation Commission visit, members were presented with details of Beijing 2022’s overarching vision and plans for legacy and engagement; sustainability; overall Games concept; organisation of the Olympic Villages, and an overview of the proposed venues in Beijing. [more]
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Welcome the IOC Evaluation Comission

Beijing 2022 is ready to present its plans to the IOC Evaluation Commission
Beijing, March 21–The Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games Bid Committeesaid today that everything is ready to welcome the International Olympic Committee Evaluation Commission’s visit to Beijing.The IOC Evaluation Commission will arrive in the Chinese capital on Sunday, March 22, for a 5-day inspection visit. Throughout the visit the IOC Evaluation Commission members will be presented with the plans of the joint Bid by Beijing and Zhangjiakou for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games and will tour all the proposed venues and sites.
The19-member IOC Evaluation Commission is chaired by Alexander Zhukov, IOC member and President of the Russian Olympic Committee and comprises three other IOC members including Barry Maister from New Zealand, Adam Pengilly from Great Britain, and Tsunekazu Takeda from Japan, as well as representatives of national and regional Olympic Committees, athletes, experts and representatives of the International Paralympic Committee. The IOC Olympic Games Executive Director Christophe Dubi and the IOC Head of Olympic Bid City Coordination Jacqueline Barrett will also join the visit.
During the visit, the Beijing 2022 Bid Committee will brief the IOC EC members on detailed plans to host 2022Olympic Winter Gamesin Beijing and Zhangjiakou, under 14 themes. The Evaluation Commission will also conduct a field inspection to 19 competition and non-competition venues and supporting facilities, as well as assess the transportation system and all other infrastructural elements in the three Games zones of Beijing, Yanqing and Zhangjiakou..[more]