IOC announces Olympic Esports Series 2023
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced details of the Olympic Esports Series 2023, a global virtual and simulated sports competition created by the IOC and in collaboration with International Federations (IFs) and game publishers.
IOC: a new step in the policy to safeguard athletes
The International Olympic Committee has published a new Declaration that reaffirms solidarity with Ukraine and sanctions against Russia and Belarus, but also analyses the status of athletes from these countries. A new step in the policy of protection of athletes, as hoped also during the discussions that emerged in the Round Table organised by Panathlon International last September in Rome at the Olympic Preparation Centre Giulio Onesti, entitled "Effects of conflicts and politics in Sport".
Below is the link to the IOC Website where you will find the full Declaration and the PI Declaration resulting from the Round Table.
- Statement on solidarity with Ukraine, sanctions against Russia and Belarus, and the status of athletes from these countries (olympics.com)
IOC - Report activities
As every year, Panathlon International has prepared and sent to the IOC its report on the activities.
It is part, as a recognized association, of the Olympic Family since 1982 which supports in the actions concordant with the purposes of the panathletic movement.