Thomas Bach, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President, today wasted no time in signalling that a significant revamp of the winning Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic project is probably in the offing.
Beijing has been awarded the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics after beating Kazakhstan rival Almaty, albeit by a much narrower margin than many expected, it has been announced here today.
Almost the first thing we saw was the Bird’s Nest Stadium; the second was an International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president; the third was a video from Xi Jinping, the Chinese President.
Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Massimov today urged voting International Olympic Committee (IOC) members to make a brave choice rather than one which will make them sleep easier at night by voting for Almaty over Beijing in this afternoon's 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic host city vote.
Only 85 of the 100 current International Olympic Committee (IOC) members are set to participate in this afternoon’s vote between Almaty and Beijing to determine the host of the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Campaign for 2022 Winter Olympics nears finale with hot favourites Beijing insisting they have "enough snow"
A 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic campaign that never quite captured the world’s imagination meandered towards its conclusion in the Malaysian capital today, with Almaty still making pointed reference to “real snow” and Beijing deluging us with air quality statistics.
Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Massimov has hit back at claims his country's economic problems means Almaty would not be capable of hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, promising a $75 billion (£49 billion/€67 billion) sovereign wealth fund has been set aside to deal with such projects.
International Paralympic Committee to receive $1.5 million increase from 2022 Winter Games as IOC reveal deals worth $14 billion
A $1.5 million (£961,000/€1.4 million) increase in payments to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is due to be among the new details revealed when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) publish the Host City contract for the first time following the vote here on Friday (July 31) to decide whether Almaty or Beijing will host the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Almaty and Beijing bid teams arrive in Kuala Lumpur to begin final countdown to 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics vote
Delegations from Almaty and Beijing have both arrived here as they begin a frantic final week of lobbying before a decision will be made on which city will host the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
An in-house expert and an independent monitoring body must be appointed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to regulate the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic hosts, be it either Almaty or Beijing, a leading human rights organisation has warned.
Beijing 2022 turn to Russian International Olympic University to try to learn winter sport experience
Selected sports officials from across China have been training at the Russian International Olympic University (RIOU) in order to gain expertise necessary for organising a Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Exclusive: IOC members raise concerns about travel distances at Beijing 2022 being far longer than claimed
Several International Olympic Committee (IOC) members believe its own Evaluation Commission underestimated the travel distance between the three venue clusters proposed in Beijing's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, insidethegames has been told.
Beijing 2022 produced a "slick and professional" presentation to International Olympic Committee (IOC) members today in the race for the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympics, strongly batting off concerns about a lack of snow and winter vibe.
Almaty unveil $75 billion sovereign wealth fund in bid to ease financial concerns surrounding 2022 Olympic bid
A pledge to utilise a $75 billion (£49 billion/€67 billion) sovereign wealth fund formed a strong part of Almaty 2022's message to the International Olympic Committee here (IOC) at today's Candidate City Briefing, with Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Massimov playing a starring role.
Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Massimov and Chinese Vice-Premier Liu Yandong are leading the respective delegations of Almaty and Beijing here for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Candidate City Briefing starting on Tuesday (May 9).