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Turin 2006

Turin Olympics: Sustainability Report

October 15, 2004

(ATR) Turin Olympic organizers say a new report on sustainability issues involved with the 2006 Winter Games ?brings out some comforting data?.The so-called Strategic Environm...

Kyocera Sponsor for Olympics Copiers

October 13, 2004

(ATR) For the first time in decades, copiers and other document management products at the Olympics will carry a new brand name. Kyocera Mita of Italy has taken over the spons...

Turin Olympics Promotion To Surge

October 11, 2004

Turin Olympics President Valentino Castellani, former mayor of Turin, with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the Columbus Day Parade.(TOROC) (ATR) Promotion for the Win...

First Ski Jumps for Turin Olympics

October 10, 2004

(ATR) The new K95 ski jump for the Turin Olympics is declared a success following Saturday?s inaugural jumps by members of the Italian national team.Along with the team, a sma...

Ski Jump Debut for Turin Olympics

October 06, 2004

The ski jumps at Pragelato earlier this year. The K90, on the right, will host the first jumps October 9.(TOROC)  (ATR) One of two ski jumps being built for the Turin Olympic...

Turin Olympics Mascots: Ice and Snow

September 28, 2004

 (ATR) A pair of mascots named Neve and Gliz will represent the 2006 Olympics in Turin. They were unveiled in a ceremony in Rome on the 500-day mark to the Games. Neve represe...

Turin Prepares for Paralympics

September 20, 2004

 (ATR) With leaders of the Turin Winter Olympics in Athens this week to observe the Paralympics, last-minute preparations are underway in Italy for the unveiling of a mascot f...

Maier Wants to Ski at 2006 Olympics

September 06, 2004

Hermann Maier: “The Olympics are the biggest event for an athlete”. (ATR) (ATR) Austria?s Hermann Maier says he is planning to compete at the Turin Olympic Winter Games. Maie...

Leadership Crisis Ends At Turin Olympics

November 11, 2004

(ATR) The leadership crisis for the Turin Olympics appears to be over. Differences over the management of the Games were settled at summit in Rome between Italian Olympic off...

Turin Olympics Chief Drops Resignation

November 09, 2004

TOROC President Valentino Castellani had planned to resign over the national government’s plan to take more control over the Turin Olympics. (ATR) (ATR) Turin 2006 President...

Turmoil at Turin Olympics

November 05, 2004

(ATR) Despite announcing his intent to resign as president of the Turin Olympics, Valentino Castellani still has nearly three weeks to think about things before his decision b...

Turin Olympics' Castellani to Resign

November 04, 2004

 Valentino Castellani, head of the Turin 2006 Winter Olympics, has said he will resign effective Nov. 24. Turin 2006 spokesman Giuseppe Gattino tells Around the Rings.com the ...

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