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The modern Olympics ORGANIZATION The International Olympic Committee. At
the Congress of Paris in 1894, the control and development of the modern
Olympic Games was entrusted to the International Olympic Committee (Comite ...
The International Olympic Committee reserves to itself the right to make
exceptions to these rules in the case of sports or individuals, provided that the
basic principles that an athlete does not make a profit or livelihood out of his sport
is not ...
Flying Dutchman (an Olympic class since I960), the 14-foot 9 inch (4.5-metre)
Finn (an Olympic class since 1952), and the 21-foot 11% inch (6.7-metre)
Tempest (in the Olympics for the first time in 1972 as a result of the IYRU'S
request to the ...
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