Exactly six months from today, athletes from all around the world will descend on PyeongChang (KOR) in pursuit of Olympic gold.
FIS Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard officials were in PyeongChang (KOR) from 9th-11th July 2017 for one of the final site inspections before the Olympic Winter Games next February.
On 9th July 2017, the IOC Executive Board, of which FIS President Gian Franco Kasper is a member, agreed on the programme for the 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne (SUI) and it includes the addition of ladies’ Nordic Combined and Freestyle Ski and Snowboard big air.
On 11th July, the Extraordinary IOC Session approved changes to the Candidature Process for the Olympic Winter Games 2026 that will reduce costs, simplify procedures and provide more assistance to National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and cities during the bidding process.
Background story: The 23rd Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang (KOR), the highlight of the next winter season for every athlete, will start less than eight months from now.
This summer, the Olympic Results Information Service (ORIS) is being thoroughly reviewed and tested during individual sessions for each of the six FIS Olympic disciplines in PyeongChang (KOR).
On 25th April 2017, the International Olympic Committee announced the composition of its working commissions for 2017 which guide the IOC and the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games in their missions.
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