POSTED: February 26th 2011
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Munich 2018 starts Durban countdown on eve of IOC evaluation analysis

Ticking along: BMW Welt head Thomas Muderlak, Susi Erdmann, Munich 2018 managing director Jürgen Bühl, Bavarian Tennis Association president Helmut Schmidbauer, Philipp Kohlschreiber and Patrik Kühnen / Munich 2018
Ticking along: BMW Welt head Thomas Muderlak, Susi Erdmann, Munich 2018 managing director Jürgen Bühl, Bavarian Tennis Association president Helmut Schmidbauer, Philipp Kohlschreiber and Patrik Kühnen / Munich 2018

KEIR RADNEDGE / Sports Features Communications

LONDON/MUNICH, Feb 27: Munich's bid team hoping to impress teh International Olympic Committee this week is working against the clock - one set up at the HQ of sponsor BMW and ticking towards decision-day in Durban on July 6.

The clock was unveiled over the weekend to count down the final days, hours and minutes until the moment when the IOC decides between Annecy, PyeongChang and Munich which is about to be the last of the three to welcome the evaluation committee headed by Gunilla Lindberg.

The clock, outside Munich’s Olympic Park, is 14m long and 4m high and unveiled with the help of sports personalities including Munich 2018 sports ambassador and world bobsleigh champion Susi Erdmann, Davis Cup tennis coach Patrik Kühnen and top tennis player Philipp Kohlschreiber.


Keywords · Munich 2018 · IOC · evaluation commission · 2018 Winter Olympics · clock


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