The annual European Sport Forum hosted more than 300 participants from European institutions and the sports movement including executives from the international and European Olympic Committees as well as European federations.
What does EOC stand for?
EOC stands for European Olympic Committees
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- Equipment Operational Capability (US DoD)
- Equipment Operations Center
- Equipment Operations Control
- Equipment Operator Chief
- Equipment Order Control (Alcatel)
- Error of Closure (used in closing an unclosed polygon created when determining a boundary and area)
- Essential Operational Capability
- Estimated Overall Cost
- Ethernet over Copper (telecommunications)
- Ethiopian Orthodox Church
- European Orchid Council
- Evangelical Orthodox Church
- Evidence of Coverage (aka Explanation of Coverage; insurance)
- Executive Officer Committee (various organizations)
- Executive Operations Council
- Executive Oversight Council
- Expeditionary Operations Center
- Expense Object Code
- Explosives Operations Center
- Extended Operating Conditions
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The leading organisation is the Office of the European Olympic Committees of the EU.
The European Youth Olympic Festival is a biennial multi-sport event for youth athletes from the 48 member countries of the association of European Olympic Committees.
The programme, which kicked off in Rome last September and is now starting out on its UK leg, is run by Samsung Electronics in collaboration with the European Olympic Committees, the British Olympic Association and Birmingham City Council.
IRELAND'S Pat Hickey will be the next president of the European Olympic Committees, overseeing all 48 national Olympic bodies across the continent.
Jacques is multi-lingual, he's full of charm, he's built up the European Olympic Committees into coherent and organised terms.
When you look at this history of world leaders attending meetings, it's an amazing, colossal impact,'' Irish IOC member Patrick Hickey, who heads the European Olympic Committees, said.