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October 2, 2018: The cabinet resolution approved bidding plan for 2026 Youth Olympic Games.

https://cabinet.soc.go.th/doc_image/2561/9932990515.pdf

October 12, 2018: Thai delegates led by minister of tourism and sports and Khunying Pattama met Bach and Larosa (CEO of Buenos Aires 2018) during Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

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https://www.matichon.co.th/sport-slide/news_1174591

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January 17, 2020: Mr. Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Minister of Tourism and Sports, Dr. Gongsak Yodmani, Governor of Sports Authority of Thailand and Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul, International Olympic Committee (IOC) Member visited IOC head office in Lausanne, Switzerland. On this occasion, Minister Phiphat and Thai sports Key persons joined the meeting with IOC members as follows:


11.00 am: Andrew Parsons, President of International Paralympic Committee
2.00 pm: Ms. Kristin Kloster Assen, Chair of Future Host Commission, Mr. Antoine Goetschy, Associate Director of Youth Olympic Games
3.30 pm: Mr. Etienne Thobois, CEO of Olympic Games “Paris 2024”
5.00 pm: Mr. Thomas Bach, President of International Olympic Committee, Mr. Christophe De Kepper, Director General of the International Olympic Committee, Ms. Jacqueline Barrett, Associate Director and Head of Bid City Relations

In this meeting Minister Phiphat expressed that Thailand intended to bid for 5th Youth Olympic Games in 2026 and promised that Thailand was fully committed to fighting doping in sports according to WADA Code.
While Mr. Thomas Bach appreciated the visit and good cooperation from Thailand. He also encouraged Thailand to work harder and cooperate with International Testing Agency (ITA) and WADA to eradicate doping in Thai sports.

 

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IOC Member in Thailand joins Olympic Day festivities

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Bangkok, Thailand, May 1, 2022: The IOC Member in Thailand, Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul, joined the Olympic Day celebrations in the northeast province of Nong Khai on Saturday, April 30.

Khunying Patama, Chair of the OCA Culture Committee and a member of the OCA Executive Board, and other National Olympic Committee dignitaries took part in the day of sport, culture and education activities organised by the Thailand Olympic Academy.

Olympic Day is held around the world on or around June 23 based on the three pillars of move, learn and discover.

The Thailand Olympic Academy built on these three themes to provide an enjoyable and interactive day for the students as the Olympic officials continue to promote the Olympic spirit and values throughout the Kingdom.

The TOA hosts special events, activities and festivals and ensures that the positive values of the Olympic Movement - excellence, friendship and respect - are promoted so that the new generation can learn from them and be inspired.

Students formed five colourful circles to depict the Olympic rings and held sport, culture and education activities in the school hall.

There was also an Olympic Day fun run for all participants.

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OCA » IOC Member in Thailand joins Olympic Day festivities (ocasia.org)

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This festival also held breaking, skateboarding, basketball 3x3, and boxing competition to promote their bid of YOG in 2030. :D

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The new Bang Ping National Sports Complex is expected to host YOG 2030 and other future major sports events after Supachalasai National Stadium has been expropriated by Chulalongkorn University. This Sports Complex is located near Suvarnabhumi Airport.

 

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