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IOC MEDIA Jun 20
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IOC MEDIA Jun 20
Quick facts about the Refugee Athlete Scholarship Holders aiming to be part of    
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Olympics Jun 20
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IOC MEDIA Jun 20
The IOC today released the list of Refugee Athlete Scholarship-Holders who are aiming to be part of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team . They are competing in eight sports.
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Christian Klaue Jun 20
We can say with confidence that the IOC Refugee Olympic Team will be bigger than in , (where it were 10 athletes). - IOC President T. Bach at IOC press conference.
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Christian Klaue Jun 20
37 Refugee athletes supported with IOC scholarships training for are supported by the following host NOCs: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Great Britain, Israel, Jordan, Luxembourg, Portugal, Netherlands, Turkey. - IOC President T. Bach.
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Christian Klaue Jun 20
37 Refugee athletes supported with IOC scholarships training for are active in the following sports: athletics, badminton, boxing, judo, karate, swimming, taekwondo and weightlifting. - IOC President T. Bach at IOC press conference
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Christian Klaue Jun 20
37 Refugee athletes supported with IOC scholarships training for are from: Afghanistan, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Islamic Republic of Iran, South Sudan, Sudan and Syria. - IOC President T. Bach at IOC press conference
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Christian Klaue Jun 20
IOC will announce IOC Refugee Olympic Team in June 2020. Tegla Loroupe will become Chef de Mission. - IOC President T. Bach at IOC press conference.
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Christian Klaue Jun 20
IOC currently supports 37 Refugee athletes living in 11 host countries, practising 8 sports with scholarships via Olympic Solidarity. They all want to become members of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team . - IOC President T. Bach at IOC press conference.
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IOC MEDIA Jun 19
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IOC MEDIA Dec 18
“The refugee athletes showed the world that we are all part of the same humanity." - IOC President T Bach
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Refugee Olympic Team Oct 9
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Refugee Olympic Team Oct 9
Feeling proud 😊
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Refugee Olympic Team Oct 9
Excited to learn that the will have a home at 😍🙌
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Raouf Mazou Oct 6
. and speaking at the forum in ⁠ ⁠ on behalf of the entire team, about their incredible journeys and achievements. Both are splendid Ambassadors for youth and inclusion.
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IOC MEDIA Oct 6
The Olympism in Action Forum - take part in the conversation.
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Raouf Mazou Oct 6
In with my friends from the team for the forum. Excellent initiative by the International Olympic Committee to tap into the positive power of sports. Great conversation hosted by on inclusion.
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Oct 5
Refugee Olympic Team. Reunited.
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