IOI Regulations

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The IOI Regulations describe the objectives and the general form of the IOI, the responsibilities of the host country and the participating countries, and the role of the various official IOI bodies.

The current version of the IOI Regulations was approved by the General Assembly in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada at IOI 2010.

Previous Versions

The IOI Regulations are still in a process of evolution. In the past, regulations were put together for each IOI separately. Early regulations are available in printed form only.

  • Regulations approved by the General Assembly in Plovdiv, Bulgaria at IOI 2009 (changes from 2008 and changes to voting procedure).
  • Regulations approved by the General Assembly in Cairo, Egypt at IOI 2008.
  • Regulations approved by the General Assembly in Zagreb, Croatia at IOI 2007.
  • Regulation changes approved by the General Assembly in Merida, Mexico at IOI 2006.
  • Regulations approved by the General Assembly in Nowy Sącz, Poland, at IOI 2005.
  • Regulations with Amendments approved by the General Assembly in Wisconsin, USA at IOI 2003.
  • Regulations with Amendments approved in Korea at IOI 2002 derived from the proposed rewritten IOI Regulations by a few minor amendments.
  • Regulations with Amendments approved in Beijing, China, at IOI 2000.
  • Amendments made in 1998 and 1999.
  • Minor Revision approved at IOI 1996.
  • Regulations for IOI 1995 are set up in a more general format.
  • Regulations for IOI 1994
  • Regulations for IOI 1993
  • Regulations for IOI 1992

For purposes of comparison, one may wish to consult the Olympic Charter, which captures the fundamental principles of the International Olympic Committee, owner of the Olympic Games.