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IOC President Bach Claims Olympics Enjoying “Stability” Others Would “Envy”

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Speaking to delegates at the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) General Assembly in Tokyo Thursday, International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach said his organization is enjoying stability that stakeholders can be proud of. “We can really say that we are enjoying the stability which any other major organization or industry or NGO would […]

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Switched dart boards, have you? JAS JR??!! The one who said that Barcelona “could” rescue the 2026 Games?! :wacko: Might as well just keep Bach then! :lol: 

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And here I thought those wanting Goku in Smash Brothers were delusional...

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I mean, if there's anything right now that badly needs the reboot treatment, it's the IOC, and it won't come from within unfortunately.

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1 hour ago, FYI said:

 JAS JR??!! The one who said that Barcelona “could” rescue the 2026 Games?! :wacko: Might as well just keep Bach then! :lol: 

Ok we much chose from either Lord Sebastian Coe or John Coates to be the President

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Thomas Bach: "We're totally fine, the olympics are having their best time ever"

Also, Bach:

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Bach: “we still have two excellent candidates for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games. We couldn’t be any happier. So we’re not too concerned. Any other organization would be ‘envious’ to have such fine, quality choices to pick from”. :P

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