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The mayor of Buenos Aires welcomed the International Olympic Committee to the Argentine capital on Monday (September 2) where ...
the host of the 2020 Olympic Games will be announced later this week. The race between the three cities hoping to land the 2020 summer Games is expected to go down to the wire after two years of campaigning by Istanbul, Madrid and Tokyo. Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri welcomed IOC President Jacques Rogge and donned him a "guest of honor" to Argentina's largest city.
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SHOWS: BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA (SEPTEMBER 02, 2013) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. THE LANDMARK OBELISK IN DOWNTOWN BUENOS AIRES 2. VARIOUS OF LOCATION OF THE 125TH INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE MEETING 3. VARIOUS OF IOC PRESIDENT, JACQUES ROGGE; BUENOS AIRES, MAYOR MAURICIO MACRI; AND PRESIDENT OF THE ARGENTINE OLYMPIC COMMITTEE, GERADO WETHEIN AT CITY HALL 4. VARIOUS OF MACRI HONOURING ROGGE AS OTHER OFFICIALS APPLAUD 5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) IOC PRESIDENT, JACQUES ROGGE, SAYING: "I would like to thank the people and the city of Buenos Aires for the great support they are giving to the Olympic movement. We are indeed starting a very important week for what will define the future of the Olympic movement, both in terms of organising city and in terms of the president." 6. VARIOUS OF ROGGE HANDING MACRI AND OLYMPIC FLAG 7. VARIOUS OF OFFICIALS POSING WITH OLYMPIC FLAG STORY: The mayor of Buenos Aires welcomed the International Olympic Committee to the Argentine capital on Monday (September 2) where the host of the 2020 Olympic Games will be announced later this week. The race between the three cities hoping to land the 2020 summer Games is expected to go down to the wire after two years of campaigning by Istanbul, Madrid and Tokyo. Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri welcomed IOC President Jacques Rogge and donned him a "guest of honor" to Argentina's largest city. Also at the welcome ceremony was the president of the Argentine Olympic Committee, Gerardo Werthein. Rogge thanked his host and the country for opening their doors to the IOC. "I would like to thank the people and the city of Buenos Aires for the great support they are giving to the Olympic movement. We are indeed starting a very important week for what will define the future of the Olympic movement, both in terms of organising city and in terms of the president." There is no clear frontrunner between the three cities as they prepare their final pitches to host the 32nd Summer Games. The Olympic future of wrestling, squash or baseball/softball will also be decided during the IOC session. A new IOC president will also be announced on September 10.