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For the Record Issue #4

Read more...Issue #4 of 'For the Record', The Newsletter of the IOC Athletes' Commission, is now available.

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Sport for All Workshops 2013 Program

Read more...Sport for All Workshops 2013
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Below is the program for these workshops

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New film tells story of 'greatest race' - the Miracle Mile of 1954

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To mark Commonwealth Day 2013 the CGF is very proud to present a new short film telling the story of what is arguably the greatest athletics race of all time - the Miracle Mile of 1954.

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Physical activity to reduce non-communicable diseases

WFSGI recommends World Health Organization to propel physical activity to reduce non-communicable diseases

PRESS RELEASE #02 / 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARCH 19, 2013 / OSTERMUNDIGEN, SWITZERLAND

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