Thomas Bach: Beijing 2022 will change the landscape of winter sports forever

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Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), believes the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 will change the landscape of winter sports forever. He also sent his appreciation to the support and commitment of China Media Group (CMG), members of the media and rights-holding broadcasters. Bach made the remarks at the CMG Forum held on Wednesday in Beijing. Themed “Together for a High-tech Winter Olympics,” the CMG Forum was hosted by CMG and co-hosted by the Chinese Olympic Committee and Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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