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SIX CANDIDATES FOR THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (IOC) ATHLETES ‘ Commission to be elected during next year’s Paris Summer Olympics will be interviewed behind closed doors by an evaluation committee of the Korean Olympic Committee .The evaluation committee will meet on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in a conference room at the Olympic Park Hotel in Bangdong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, to assess the candidates, the Korea Olympic Committee said on July 7.The six candidates – Kim Yeon-kyung, 35, volleyball, Park In-bee, 35, golf, Lee Dae-hoon, 31, taekwondo, Jin Jong-oh, 44, shooting, Oh Jin-hyuk, 41, archery, and Kim So-young, 31, badminton – will explain their vision in front of the panel one by one and answer the panel’s sharp questions .To ensure fairness in the evaluation process, the NOC will be composed of experts from both inside and outside the sport. At the end of the evaluation, the Athletes’ Council will meet at 11 a.m. on Thursday to recommend the finalists, and the Athletes’ Commission will vote on the finalists on Saturday and Sunday. The Senate was established in November last year through a revision of the NOC’s bylaws to recommend key sports-related personnel 바카라사이트 to national administrative agencies and government committees and to advise on major issues related to sports policy .It is chaired by Kim Jong-gil (35th) and consists of nine members, including Park Yong-sung (37th), Kim Jung-haeng (38th and 39th), Lee Kang-doo (7th), Seo Sang-ki (9th), Jang Chung-sik (Vice President of the Korean Olympic Committee), Yoon Se-young (former President of the Korea Golf Association), Kwon Yun-bang (Professor Emeritus of Physical Education at Seoul National University), and Cheon Shin-il (Chairman of Sejong).The NOC will notify the IOC of one finalist in the last week of August. There have been two previous IOC Athletes’ Commissioners from South Korea, with Athens 2004 taekwondo gold medalist Moon Dae-sung being elected for the first time during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.Yoo Seung-min, also a gold medalist in men’s singles table tennis at the Athens Olympics, was elected during the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games and will soon complete his eight-year term. Yoo was selected as South Korea’s candidate after competing with Jin Jong-oh and Jang Jang-ran, a former Olympic gold medalist in weightlifting, and was the second highest vote-getter among 23 candidates from around the world.

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