The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has completed an inspection of preparations for the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympic Games (hereinafter referred to as Gangwon 2024), which is four days away.

The 2024 Gangwon Organizing Committee announced on the 15th that IOC officials in each field, including IOC Chief Director Christophe Dubey, toured and inspected the athletes’ village, nine stadiums, and the Gangneung Festival site together with the organizing committee for five days from the 10th to the 14th.

The joint inspection between the 2024 Gangwon Organizing Committee and the IOC is the final step in preparing for the operation of the Games, and is designed to finally confirm the preparation status and eliminate operational risks in advance.

The organizing committee introduced that IOC officials carefully reviewed the information system, transportation, parking, food provision plan, sports and cultural experience venue operation plan, and spectator convenience preparations.

IOC Chief Director Duby said, “I am grateful that preparations are so well made that there will be no problem in holding the Games tomorrow, and I feel very fortunate that we are preparing for the Games based on the great legacy of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.” He added, “Now all that’s left is He emphasized the importance of participation, saying, “This is to allow children and youth to experience more competitions.”

IOC President Thomas Bach plans to visit the Gangneung Athletes’ Village on the 17th and tour the facilities. Gangwon 2024, the first Winter Youth Olympics to be held on the Asian continent, will begin with the opening ceremony held at the Gangneung Speed ​​Skating Rink and Pyeongchang Dome at 8 p.m. on the 19th, and will be held in Gangneung, Pyeongchang, Jeongseon, and Hoengseong until February 1. 1,803 athletes from 79 countries will compete in 7 games, 15 sports, and 81 sports and share 온라인카지노 friendship through various cultural activities.

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