Shaping AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE WIDER POST-GAMES ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION, POST-GAMES DEBRIEF EVENTS ACT AS FORUMS TO EXCHANGE OLYMPIC GAMES EXPERIENCE AND DISCUSS THE MAJOR CONCLUSIONS OF THE LATEST EDITION OF THE GAMES WITH FUTURE OLYMPIC GAMES Organizers AND INTERESTED CITIES.
Following the operational sessions for the PyeongChang 2018 Debrief in Beijing China, Olympic Movement partners offered their experiences into what they detracted from the seven day stretch of trading learning from PyeongChang 2018 to Beijing 2022.
THOMAS BACH, PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE:
“In the event that there is one message that I might want everybody from the future Organizing Committees and intrigued urban communities to recall, it is this new methodology has organization and achievability at its heart. We will likely make the Olympic Games best fit the long haul needs and objectives of the host urban communities. With Olympic Agenda 2020, we have turned the page and are composing another part in the manner in which future Olympic Games are sorted out.”
SARAH HENDRICKSON, TWO-TIME OLYMPIC SKI JUMPER:
“I was exceptionally regarded to be welcomed by the IOC to come to China and discuss my experience as an Olympic competitor. My most loved part about these occasions is meeting individuals that make our fantasy occasions worked out as expected. I understand increasingly that it takes a huge number of individuals to make the Games run easily, and I value their work to such an extent. Obviously, my adventure as a competitor began in 2011 when Women’s Ski Jumping at long last got the word that we would be incorporated into the 2014 Games, yet the voyage for these arranging boards accepts similarly as long. Much obliged to you to everybody who makes my preparation justified, despite all the trouble and backings the world at the Olympic level. I genuinely trust the Olympics improve the world a place and am so exceptionally grateful to be a piece of it!”
HEIKE GROESSWANG, SECRETARY GENERAL, INTERNATIONAL BOBSLEIGH and SKELETON FEDERATION (IBSF):
“The IOC Debrief PyeongChang 2018 gave an incredible open door for all partners to trade data. With the vital sessions clarifying what openings the New Norm provides for future OCOGs, it was an incredible ordeal and learning exercise for us as an International Federation. The operational sessions the next days were very extraordinary, yet additionally supportive to comprehend the full work process an OCOG needs to experience to convey the Games amid a four-year time frame, and which fundamental job every partner has. This is an uncommon set-up, and I trust an extremely important exchange of learning.”
LEON XIE, ALIBABA GM, WHO ATTENDED THE DEBRIEF ON BEHALF OF THE TOP PARTNER GROUP:
“The Debrief was efficient and worked. We could take a seat with different gatherings of individuals from Beijing 2022 to share learnings from the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. All the more vitally, this Debrief gave us a chance to see more about Beijing 2022’s administration, individuals and plan. I think we are off a decent begin with Beijing2022, and truly value all the diligent work IOC has put in to arrange this Debrief.”
YIANNIS EXARCHOS, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, OLYMPIC BROADCAST SERVICES EXECUTIVE:
“We require the Games to be more brilliant by demonstrating we can organize things that are manageable and that serve individuals in the host nations for what’s to come. Future coordinators of the Games have openings that weren’t there before. The IOC has assembled profound learning that will enable them to sort out their rendition of the Games in the best way. We have vital partners that can likewise bring profitable information. Taking advantage of that is a beginning stage. This is the skill you get and that can help have urban areas make their Games more impactful. Not greater, but rather with a greater effect.”
ANDREW PARSONS, INTERNATIONAL PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE PRESIDENT:
“The PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games were a record-breaking accomplishment as Para competitors by and by roused and energized the world with their exceptional exhibitions.
In the course of the most recent two days it has been essential to observe PyeongChang’s prosperity while, together with key partners, taking forward key vital learnings in numerous territories for future Organizing Committees to profit by. In organization with the IOC and different individuals from the Olympic and Paralympic families, we need to improve every amusement version, more productive and more reasonable.
“The achievement of PyeongChang 2018 underlined the enormous potential the Paralympic Winter Games have, in athletic execution, reach and commitment as well as far as driving social consideration. Following this Debrief, I trust that Beijing can accept the learnings from PyeongChang and improve the situation the Paralympic Winter Games what it improved the situation the Summer Games 10 years back.”
HORST LICHTNER, INTERNATIONAL ICE HOCKEY FEDERATION, GENERAL SECRETARY:
“The question among POCOG and BOCOG was completely important, with the end goal to stay away from similar difficulties in Beijing which we had confronted and overseen in PyeongChang.
I was exceptionally awed by the quantity of agents from BOCOG. I would have longed that the International Federations were more associated with the question procedure, as we have an order to compose the game in Beijing 2022 together with the IOC and BOCOG.”