131st IOC Session

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The 131st IOC Session took place between September 13 – September 16, 2017 at the Lima Convention Centre[1] in Lima, Peru. The host cities for the 2024 Summer Olympics and the 2028 Summer Olympics were elected during the 131st IOC Session on September 13, 2017.

Bidders[edit]

Lima, Peru, was selected as session host by the IOC general assembly over Helsinki, Finland, by 54 votes to 30.[2]

Host city elections[edit]

Two Olympic host city elections took place at the 131st IOC Session, the host cities of the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympics were elected.

2024 Summer Olympics[edit]

The only candidate city for the 2024 Summer Olympics, Paris, France, was elected during the 131st IOC Session, the two French IOC members, Guy Drut and Tony Estanguet were not eligible to vote in this host city election under the rules of the Olympic Charter.

Candidate city
2024 Summer Olympics bidding results
City Nation Votes
Paris  France Unanimous

2028 Summer Olympics[edit]

The only candidate city for the 2028 Summer Olympics, Los Angeles, United States, was elected during the 131st IOC Session, the three American IOC members, Anita DeFrantz, Angela Ruggiero and Larry Probst were not eligible to vote in this host city election under the rules of the Olympic Charter.

Candidate city
2028 Summer Olympics bidding results
City Nation Votes
Los Angeles  United States Unanimous

134th IOC Session[edit]

Milan was elected as the host city of the 134th IOC Session in 2019. The 134th IOC Session will see the election of the host of the 2026 Winter Olympics.

Candidate city
134th IOC Session bidding results
City Nation Votes
Milan  Italy Unanimous

Election of the new IOC members[edit]

Eight new IOC members were elected at the session.[3]

The eight new members who were elected are:

Election of the new IOC Executive Board members[edit]

Two IOC members were elected to the IOC Executive Board at the session.

Denis Oswald and Nicole Hoevertsz were elected to the Executive Board. Anita DeFrantz was elected to a four year term as a Vice-President succeeding John Coates who concluded his term as a Vice-President.

Ethics Commission[edit]

New members were appointed.[4]

See also[edit]

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