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IOC Olympic Prize

The IOC Olympic Prize, endowed by Pfizer, is awarded every two years, in conjunction with the Olympic Games, to a scientist whose findings contribute to advancing the science of movement, exercise, and sport, and make a great impact on society. Recipients of the IOC Olympic Prize receive an Olympic medal, a diploma of excellence, and a US$500,000 cash award. The next IOC Olympic Prize will be awarded during a special presentation ceremony at the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, USA, in February 2002.

Nomination guidelines and further details may be obtained from the University Registry (tel. 01223 332317, e-mail mrf25@admin.cam.ac.uk), or from the website (http://www.parke-davis.com/version_4/iocprize.html). The deadline for receipt of nominations is 1 April 2001.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 7 February 2001
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