In remarks to reporters ahead of a US Olympic team media event, USOPC president Susanne Lyons said the organisation firmly believed that boycotts were ineffective.
Activists and Republican politicians have increasingly called for a boycott of the Olympics in part over what rights monitors say is the mass incarceration and indoctrination of more than one million Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim people in the western region of Xinjiang
Tokyo organisers said about 600,000 Olympic tickets have been sold to people outside Japan. Japanese residents bought 4.45 million.
Bach batted off talk of a potential boycott, claiming the International Olympic Committee's political neutrality and saying it was up to governments to live up to their responsibilities.
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China is facing global scrutiny over a range of issues, notably the mass internment of Uighur Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang, which the US has said amounts to genocide.
China has said attempts for a boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics are "doomed to fail." These Olympics open in 11 months on 4 February, 2022.
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The build-up to next February's Winter Olympics has been overshadowed by concerns over the fate of China's Uighur minority in the Xinjiang region
This will be Beijing's second Olympics in 14 years, following the 2008 Summer Games that were supposed to improve human rights in China.
A coalition of 180 rights groups sent an open letter on the eve of the one-year-to-go date calling for a diplomatic boycott.
The coalition is composed of groups representing Tibetans, Uighurs, Inner Mongolians, residents of Hong Kong, and others.
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Representative of rights groups met two months ago with IOC leaders but say their requests have been largely ignored
FIS cited travel restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, “including a current mandatory 14-day quarantine for all international visitors” in China.
The decision comes just days after luge officials also canceled that sport’s season-ending World Cup and training week on the track built in Yanqing.
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The Beijing Winter Olympics are scheduled for 4 to 20 February, 2022, just six months after the Tokyo Summer Games, which are now set to be held from 23 July to 8 August, 2021 after being pushed back a year by the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Beijing 2022 organisers said there will be more than 20 trials for the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics after December, but as yet there is no exact timetable.
Organisers of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games say they are on track to complete all competition venues by year-end and have teams in place for test events, despite the devastating impact of the coronavirus outbreak
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One year after 2018 Winter Olympics, locals and officials argue over future, upkeep costs of Pyeongchang Games venues
Many of the venues built for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics stand empty, with arguments mounting over their future and upkeep costs.
China to slap dope cheats with criminal punishments and jail terms from next year, reports state media
Doping scandals have riddled China's international sporting record in the past decade, with some athletes stripped of Olympic gold medals.
Chinese sports authorities recruit Shaolin monks, teach them snow and ice disciplines to boost Beijing Winter Olympics squads
With four years still to go for the 2022 Beijing Olympics, China is desperately looking to boost their ranks, enlisting talented martial artists from monasteries and teaching them snow and ice sports.