All IOAPA Members are invited to join us for an evening of celebration and fun as we reconnect and make new friends. Members should have received their personal invite via email.
In participation with the World Olympians Association, IOAPA members must register before 10th August to ensure access to OCR is granted. Please register through your personal invite.
DATE: 14 August, 2016 from 4 pm to 7 pm (16:00-19:00)
LOCATION: Olympians Reunion Center by EY (ORC)
If you have any questions, please email IOAPA Vice-President
Helen Curtis: firstname.lastname@example.org
The XXII Winter Olympic Games in Sochi 2014 are finally here! IOAPA cannot be away from Sochi these 16 days of the Olympic Games and what better time to have a reunion!
After lots of preparations we are pleased to announce that on the 15th of February 2014, 16:00-19:00, IOAPA will be hosting it's Sochi Reunion near the Adler Hub, Lenina 113K
The place is very easy to reach from any Olympic venue (Olympic park, Mountain Cluster, Olympic Village, Volunteer Village) and from other Sochi districts.
Walking distance: 500m, 5' max
Here's an explanatory photo on our facebook group
10-15€ will be enough to have a good meal with any kind of meat there.
For more information please contact Anfisa Kasyanova at +79288548318.
Looking forward to see all of you in a few days!
We are happy to invite all IOAPA members and their guests to the traditional IOAPA reunion at the Olympic Games.
Enjoy meeting old friends and making new ones, while reviewing the events happening at London and speaking with fellow IOAPA members actively involved with different areas of the Olympic Games.
You can find further details here and through the IOAPA mailgroup
IOAPA Executive Committee
The city of Vancouver, Canada was proud to host the XXI Olympic Winter Games in February of 2010.
And in what has become tradition, the city was also the host to the bi-annual IOAPA/Olympic Games alumni reunion. This year‘s reunion took place on February 26 at the Aquarius Mews apartment complex, located minutes from BC Place Stadium (home to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies), and overlooking the Vancouver Athletes‘ Village at False Creek. President Héctor Argüelles represented the IOAPA at this event. While the Winter Games reunion is traditionally smaller compared to its summer counterpart, this meeting still attracted representation from three different continents. Those that attended were treated to a cozy atmosphere and great conversation as we saw new faces and reconnected with old friends. Adding to the festivities in the room was coverage of the Women‘s Gold Medal curling match and the Men‘s Ice Hockey semi-final game on the big-screen TV (the close results having kept many of us on the edge of our seats for much of the night).
The evening continued with drinks in the Yaletown entertainment district of Vancouver. Those who were unable to attend the formal reception joined us here as we continued the celebration of the Games and the friendships that we have made through the Olympic movement. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Lisa Wallace from the Canadian Olympic Committee and Katherine Ringrose from 2010 Legacies Now for helping to organize and spread the word about this year‘s event to the IOAPA alumni.
See you again in London in 2012!
Check the Vancouver Reunion poster here