ANOC launches new ANOC World Beach Games website

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04 September 2019; Doha, Qatar: ANOC today launched the new ANOC World Beach Games website which will serve as the central hub of all news, information and results for the inaugural multi-sport event in Doha.

The user-friendly website ( ) is hosted within the ANOC website and includes information on the Games venues, participating countries, the provisional competiton schedule and the latest news and photo galleries. The website will be continually updated with more detailed information and news over the coming days and weeks in the build up to the multi-sport event. During the Games, fans wanting to watch the competitions live will be able to do so through the website’s live stream and will be able to find all competition results on the new digital platform.

New Instagram (awbg2019) and Twitter (@AWBG2019) accounts have also been created to maximise connectivity with athletes, fans, NOCs and International Federations.

ANOC Secretary Gunilla Lindberg said:

"We are delighted to launch the ANOC World Beach Games website which will be the go-to resource for NOCs, athletes, fans and everyone who wants to learn more about the Games and be kept informed on the latest results and updates. As we aim to ensure the website is as comprehensive and informative as possible, we will be constantly updating it with new information. Our social media platforms will allow us to interact directly with our NOCs, their athletes and beach sports fans around the world. With just over a month to go until the first-ever ANOC World Beach Games there is a huge amount to look forward to and our digital platforms will be keeping everyone updated every step of the way."


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AWBG Twitter: @AWBG2019

AWBG Instagram: awbg2019

The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) was established in June 1979 during the Constitutive General Assembly in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Over the last 40 years, the number of National Olympic Committees (NOCs) whose interests ANOC represents has risen to 206.

ANOC is administered from its headquarters in the Olympic Capital, Lausanne, where it has been based since June 2010. ANOC strives to protect and promote the collective interests of the NOCs by delivering an unprecedented level of assistance and support. ANOC also aims to build and strengthen the relationships between the NOCs and the Olympic Family for the benefit of the entire Olympic Movement.

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