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Turin 2006

Belarus Shakeup; Luge Track Closure; 2019, 2021 FINA Bidders; Coe's New Role

October 29, 2012

Lukashenko Fires Sports Minister, Aide Alexander Lukashenko, president of Belarus and its NOC, fired his sports minister and top sport aide following the country's “failur...

Disgraced Austrian Ski Coach Gets Jail Term

August 18, 2011

Walter Mayer was found guilty of supplying human growth hormone to Austrian athletes. (Getty Images) (ATR) Walter Mayer, the former Austrian biathlon coach, has been given a ...

Olympics Impact from Bin Laden Death?

May 02, 2011

The Salt Lake City Olympics were the first Games held after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. (Getty Images) (ATR) Security experts will have to recalculate the risks of terror at...

Five Year Anniversary; Munich, PyeongChang Update; Olympic Valentine's Day

February 10, 2011

Anniversary for Turin Five years ago today, Stefania Belmondo lit the Olympic Flame at Turin’s Olympic Stadium. The opening ceremony for the Turin Olympics. (Getty Image...

Monday Memo -- Stadium Decisions; IOC Inspects Annecy; Three Years To Go

February 04, 2011

Future of London Olympic Stadium A decision on the future of London Olympic Stadium is expected this week from the Olympic Park Legacy Company. At issue with the Olympic S...

Olympic Newsdesk -- Olympic Bribery Attempt; Chavez Honored by Softball

July 02, 2010

Investigators determined a Dutch skater attempted to bribe Polish skater Katarzyna Wojcicka to withdraw from the 2006 Olympics. (Getty Images) Dutch Find Attempted Bribery ...

IOC to retest 2006 Games Samples; Support for Whereabouts

May 10, 2010

The IOC is reviewing samples from the Turin 2006 Games four years after the closing ceremony. (Getty Images) Turin 2006 Samples Retest After recommendations from WADA, t...

Olympic Newsdesk - Omega Extends Partnership; U.N. Chief to Address IOC

September 25, 2009

With Omega’s extended partnership with the IOC, the watch maker will have kept time at 29 Olympics. (Getty Images) Omega and the IOC decided it was the right time to extend th...

Turin Olympics Will Use Nortel Phones

June 26, 2008

 Canadian telecommunications firm Nortel Networks will become an official supplier for the 2006 Olympic Winter Games. The sponsorship, filling a critical gap in the technology...

IOC "Encouraged" By Progress In Turin

June 26, 2008

 A team of IOC inspectors is praising the pace of preparations for the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin following a two-day visit to the north Italian city.The visit of the ...

Turin 2006: Major Developments in 2003

June 26, 2008

 The President of the organizing committee for the 2006 Olympic Winter Games says the new year will bring major developments in communications, marketing and construction.Spea...

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