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  1. Jacques Count Rogge (2001–2013) Jacques Rogge (later created The 1st count Rogge) was elected as president of the IOC on 16 July 2001 at the 112th IOC Session in Moscow as the successor to Juan Antonio Samaranch, who had led the IOC since 1980.

  2. Onder Jacques Rogge waren er 20 commissies in functie. Er is onder meer, sinds 1981 , een atletencommissie, waarvan de leden gekozen worden door hun collega-sporters. Naast het doen van aanbevelingen aan het bestuur worden er ook werkgroepen ingesteld, die overleggen met de organisatiecomités van de Spelen, om zo te zorgen dat er aan de wensen ...

  3. 1982. L’exploitation fût créée par Martine et Jacques Rogge en 1982 pour ne cesser de croître au fil des années. 1990. Le premier gros investissement intervient avec l’installation d'un 1er Pressoir Traditionnel COQUARD 4000Kg.

  4. Dec 29, 2021 · - Former IOC president Jacques Rogge passed away at the age of 79, the IOC announced on August 29. Rogge, the eighth president of the IOC from 2001 to 2013 and later Honorary President, lauded the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games as "truly exceptional."

  5. The International Olympic Committee is the guardian of the Olympic Games and the leader of the Olympic Movement. A truly global organisation, it acts as a catalyst for collaboration between all Olympic stakeholders, including the athletes, the National Olympic Committees, the International Federations, Organising Committees for the Olympic Games, the Worldwide Olympic Partners and Olympic ...

  6. rugby, football game played with an oval ball by two teams of 15 players (in rugby union play) or 13 players (in rugby league play). Both rugby union and rugby league have their origins in the style of football played at Rugby School in England.

  7. Ancient forerunners. The Ancient Games, held in Greece from ca. 776 BC to ca. 393 AD, provide the first examples of Olympic ceremonies. The victory celebration, elements of which are in evidence in the modern-day medal and closing ceremonies, often involved elaborate feasts, drinking, singing, and the recitation of poetry.

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