Pierre de Coubertin schools keep Olympism alive 365 days a year. These annual reports show their tireless effort in teaching and learning Coubertinian values throughout the school year.
The Japan Olympic Academy, under the auspices of the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee (CIPC), organised the 43rd JOA Session online on 10 January 2021.
Surely, after 23 years of our work with the CIPC International Network of Pierre Coubertin Schools, 2020 was one of the most challenging years for all schools.
We are pleased to announce that a book entitled : “Reinventing Sport and Olympic Games after Covid-19: return to Pierre de Coubertin” was launched on 1st January 2021 to commemorate the 158th anniversary of birth of Pierre de Coubertin (1st January 1863- 2 September 1937).
We are delighted to announce that the fourth issue of ‘Diagoras: The Academic Journal for Olympic Studies’ was published on 29.10.2020.
From 21 to 24 October, the Brazilian Pierre de Coubertin Committee (CBPC), in partnership with Trevisan Business School, is organising the “Forum of Olympic Studies 2020 - Perspectives of Olympic Studies in a Pandemic Time”.
An intrusion into the thought of Baron Pierre de Coubertin and through it, into the Olympic idea.
The International Pierre de Coubertin Committee is proud to announce that its Board member, George HIRTHLER, has been awarded the Pierre de Coubertin Medal by the International Olympic Committee Executive Board at their meeting on 15 July 2020 for the outstanding services to the Olympic Movement.
They set up a summary of Pierre de Coubertin’s life and activities based on the book “Pierre de Coubertin the Visionary - His Life, His Work, His Key Texts” …
The first Olympic Day was celebrated on 23 June 1948 by nine National Olympic Committees: Austria, Belgium, Canada, Great Britain, Greece, Portugal, Switzerland, Uruguay and Venezuela.