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Staff intensified preparation ahead World Games 2022 in USA
A three-day workshop has ended with the aim to host an excellent wonderful World Games 2022. The workshop brought together top delegates from the international World Games Association led by the General Manger Chantal Boechi.
The eleventh edition of the multi-sport event with over 3,600 athletes from 100 countries will begin on Thursday 7 July 2022 in the newly-built Protective Stadium.
A total of 34 sports are on the programme for the ten days.
The General Manger who gave a pass mark on the preparation ahead of the World Games said the meeting was a great opportunity in meeting key players personally
“We have compared the results of our work so far in all areas, from accreditation to media and marketing to the competition venues. In addition, we have mapped out the next milestones. But most importantly, we had the opportunity to get to know each other personally. Some members of the BOC team in positions of responsibility we had previously only seen on screen via the video meetings. Personal contacts are essential for successful cooperation, especially in the ‘hot phase’ of being on the road to
The meeting hard in attendance Communication Officer Anna Jacobson, TV and Marketing Coordinetor Hagen Bossdorf , Head of Games Services Sebastin Garvens as well as Local Organizing Committee CEO Nick Sellers
Nick Sellers took the opportunity, in his welcoming speech on the first day of the visit, to point out the importance of the event for his city. He made it clear that the TWG 2022 will not be for the citizens of the city alone; the guests from all over the world as well as the athletes should remember the Games as a unique experience. When presenting the programme for the opening ceremony, the organisers from LRY Media made it clear that this should be achieved from the very first moment. Chantal Boehi said after the presentation by LRY Media: “What we saw and heard has already created anticipation for a great show.”
The next get-together is already scheduled: from 29 November to 3 December the IWGA and the Birmingham Organising Committee will be informing Competition Managers of the 34 International Federations, followed by delegations of the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and the National Sports Organisations (NSOs),
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