PyeongChang 2014 to Present at 70th International Sports Press Association Anniversary Congress
The 70th AIPS Anniversary Congress will gather together 400 representatives from 148 member nations around the world to discuss important issues facing sports journalism worldwide. With about seven weeks remaining until the vote to elect the host city for the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the AIPS Congress is a key milestone in the bidding campaign.
The PyeongChang 2014 delegation will have the opportunity to make a presentation to the audience of experienced Olympic sports journalists, promoting the vision of spectacular Olympic and Paralympic Games. The bid team is committed to providing outstanding facilities to enable sports media to undertake their vital work, helping the Olympic Movement to spread further around the world.
Kim Jin-sun, Governor of Gangwon Province and Executive President of the PyeongChang 2014 Bid Committee said:
“It is a privilege to present PyeongChang’s plans to such an eminent audience of journalists who have reported the extraordinary stories of previous Games across the world. The PyeongChang bid committee recognizes the absolutely critical role of media operations. If PyeongChang is selected to host the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Games the media will enjoy state-of-the-art services, including advanced technology, in a convenient, comfortable environment.”
The PyeongChang 2014 delegation will include Governor Kim, Yoon Kang-ro, Secretary General of International Relations, Park Kun-man, Advisor to Bid Committee, Ahn Jung-hyun, PR Director and Kim So-hee, member of the Bid Committee and gold medalist at the 1994 Olympic Winter Games in Lillehammer, Norway.
For further information please contact:
PyeongChang 2014 Bid Committee
+82 33 249 3486/ 3688