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FIFA Execs Could Vote On Schedule For '22 Qatar World Cup
Published October 3, 2013
Int'l Ski Federation President Gian Franco Kasper said that moving the World Cup to winter "could weaken interest in winter sports ahead of that year's Olympics." Kasper said he is "getting worried" that a scheduling change would "kill not only most commercial sites for the winter sports, but also for the public" (AP, 10/2).