IOC Receives Rights Assurances For Bids Rio Government Spends $6M On Cleanup Beijing 2022 Touts Open Internet Access Munich Would Have Gotten 2022 Games Women's Team GB Scrapped For Rio Rio 2016 To Generate 80,000 Jobs Troops For Rio 2016 Will Cost $182M Olympic Notes IOC Evaluators Visit Beijing 2022 Bid Sites Rio 2016 Enters Final Preparations Stage
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD Global/October 16, 2013/Olympics
Int'l Ski Federation President Fears Impact Of Winter World Cup On 2022 Olympics
Published October 16, 2013
Int'l Ski Federation (FIS) President Gian Franco Kasper insisted Tuesday that "he had growing concerns about switching the 2022 World Cup to a date which could see it overshadow the Winter Olympics that year," according to the AFP. Kasper said, "We have big fears, if the football World Cup takes place in January, or close to the Winter Games. It would be really bad for us." If FIFA did organize a World Cup in the winter, Kasper said that "the FIS would favour it taking place in November and December." Kasper: "That would effect us less." He added that he hoped "FIFA would take some account" of their fears (AFP, 10/15).