EOC President Rogge Sees No Revolutions for the Future of Olympic Sports
Portorož, 30 June - The European Olympic Commission (EOC) President Jacques Rogge, who is to bid for the presidency of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Moscow next month, touched on a number of the most current topics at a press conference ensuing the 22nd EOC Seminar for Secretaries General and Chefs De Mission in Slovenia's seaside resort of Portoroz on Saturday. Rogge stressed that he does not expect any revolutions to be experienced in the Olympic movement.
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