President Bach awarded the Olympic Cup to the Olympic City World Alliance

The award was presented at the 5th Summit of Smart and Sports Cities held in Lausanne, Mexico.

The City World Alliance was created by the cities of Athens and Lausanne with the mission to ensure and promote the sustainable legacy of the Olympics through inter-city dialogues that have been and will be posted. quit the Olympics. Currently the Union has 40 cities as members.

President Bach spoke at the award of the President of the World Cities Alliance and also the Mayor of Lausanne Gregoire Junod that the World Alliance has maintained the Olympic flame. Burning all over the world through Connecting cities has and will host the Olympics.

President Bach spoke at the award of the President of the World Cities Alliance and also the Mayor of Lausanne Gregoire Junod that the World Alliance has maintained the Olympic flame. Burning all over the world through Connecting cities has and will host the Olympics.

Through this move, the World Alliance played a necessary role to ensure the long-term legacy of the Olympics. The Alliance has pointed out tools including dialogue to support Olympic cities in preserving and promoting their precious legacy.

The President of the Olympic City World Alliance Junod also expressed his pride in receiving the award and said that the goal of the Alliance is to support Olympic cities in the sustainable management of their heritage, thereby making the Olympics have a long-term positive impact. The goal of the Alliance is also to promote Olympic values ​​and use sports as a tool for the development of host cities.

President Junod also thanked for the recognition of the International Committee of Olymipc and President Thomas Bach for the contributions of the Union, to be proud to be part of the Olympic Olympic agenda of the Olympic Committee. Internationally, contributing to the development of the Olympic movement.

President Bach emphasized the close association of the World Alliance with the Olympic Agenda 2020 – the strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement – aimed at making the Olympics organized economically. More, easier and more sustainable.

These reforms have brought a whole new approach to the campaign through the city’s nominee heritage. Which emphasizes the importance of combining heritage planning and preparation for the Olympics in the overall plan.