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The President of the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee (CIPC), Prof. Dr. Stephan Wassong, has been re-appointed Adjunct Professor for three more years at the School of Health Sciences, University of Canterbury (UC), New Zealand. The reason for the re-appointment was the successful cooperation between the Institute of Sport History and the Olympic Study Center of the German

(by Prof. Dr. Junko Tahara, Vice-President of CIPC and Chair of CJPC) The inaugural meeting of Japanese Pierre de Coubertin Committee (CJPC) was held on 4thAugust 2019 at Chukyo University in Nagoya. CJPC was established in 2007 at first as a sub committee for research of Pierre de Coubertin within the Japanese Olympic Academy, and this time CJPC has

Brazilian Pierre de Coubertin Committee is organizing an Olympic Studies Forum 2019 together with the Federal University of Sergipe and the Group of Olympic and Paralympic Studies. The Forum will take place on 2 and 3 September 2019 in São Cristóvão, SE, Brazil.

Several CIPC members have been appointed to the IOC Commissions in 2019. The IOC President Thomas Bach appointed once more Prof. Stephan Wassong, Prof. Kostas Georgiadis and Helen Brownlee on the Olympic Education Commission; Prof. Dr. Norbert Müller and Alexandra de Navacelle Zolidis (Pierre de Coubertin Family Association) on the Culture and Olympic Heritage Commission. This decision

At the Olympic Center in Warsaw Alexandra de Navacelle (President of the Pierre de Coubertin Family Association), Stephan Wassong (President of the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee) and Junko Tahara (Vice-President of the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee) met officials from the Japanese Olympic Committee. These included Kiichiro Matsumaru (Senior Executive Board Member), Yoshiko Hamazaki (Senior Manager) and

The Brazilian Committee Pierre de Coubertin has the pleasure of being a partner of "eMuseu Nacional do Esporte". The digital prototype, designed by Bianca Gama Pena (CBPC member), aims to provide real and virtual experiences that highlight the importance of Brazilian sport and Olympic memory in Brazil.  The launch was held on Wednesday, 29 April 2019 in Rio de

On April 29th, students from Basic School URI- Erechim came to Brazilian Pierre de Coubertin Committee headquarters in Porto Alegre to attend the Doctor Honoris Causa ceremony for Professor Lamartine Pereira da Costa. On this occasion, the members of the Olympic Studies Research Group (GPEO) of Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS) conducted an Olympic Studies seminar and

On April 29th, in the morning, Professor Lamartine Pereira da Costa honorary member of the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee, received the Doctor Honoris Causa distinction at PUCRS. Lamartine da Costa dedicated six decades of his life on Olympic Studies, Sciences and Sports History. On this occasion, Professor Nelson Todt, Brazilian Pierre de Coubertin Committee’s President and also Coordinator of the Olympic Studies Research