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IOC'S SAMARANCH SET TO SPEAK AT SPORTS SUMMIT '98
Published January 6, 1998
IOC President JUAN ANTONIO SAMARANCH will give a special "State of Sports" address at the INTERNATIONAL SPORTS SUMMIT set for January 14-15, 1998 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City. Samaranch's presentation is in addition to more than 70 other presentations from featured speakers including JOHN KRIMSKY, Deputy Secretary General of the USOC; DR. RICHARD LUKER, Founder of the ESPN/Chilton Poll; DAVID FALK, F.A.M.E. Chair; DONALD FEHR, Exec Dir of the MLBPA; ALAN ROTHENBERG, USSF President; NBAP President RICK WELTS; NHL COO STEVE SOLOMON; and NASCAR VP/Marketing BRIAN FRANCE. The International Sports Summit is the longest-running and largest trade show and conference in the business of sports. Panel discussions will be held each day on such issues as sports television, Olympics, licensing, women's sports and numerous other pertinent topics. For more info about, or to register for Sports Summit '98, contact Steve Goodman at (301) 493-5500.