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Olympic Council Of Asia President Denies Possibility Of Oceania Athletes At Asian Games

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 20 / 17

The head of the Olympic Council of Asia "dashed hopes" that athletes from Oceania nations, including Australia and New Zealand, might be able to compete in the Asian Games from '22, according to Nick Mulvenney of REUTERS. Athletes from the two countries took part in the Asian Winter Games as "guests...

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