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You have reached the ATLANTA DITC official web site. Here we hope to inspire true passion in those striving to continue the legacy of the Atlanta 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.

Since 2002, 1855 athletes from 35 nations have competed and trained with the ATLANTA DITC.

The ATLANTA DITC is a Member of the World Union of Olympic Cities (WUOC) and represents the City of Atlanta at the WUOC.

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GA Tech Scheller College of Business & ATLANTA 1996
GA Tech Scheller College of Business & ATLANTA 1996

Streamlining the ATLANTA 1996 Business Model

Atlanta, GA (January 10, 2017)

For 15 months in partnership with GA Tech Scheller College of Business, the ATLANTA 1996 conducted an in-depth study to streamline the ATLANTA 1996 business model over the next 5 years.  As the ATLANTA 1996 develops over the course of the next 5 years a novel e-sports program, only a few successful training and competition programs will be retained.

Beijing Sport University (BSU) & Sports Officials Training Center of General Administration of Sports of China Delegation
Beijing Sport University (BSU) & Sports Officials Training Center of General Administration of Sports of China Delegation

Meeting ATLANTA DITC and Institutional Partners

Atlanta, GA (November 4, 2011)

Today, Friday November 4, 2011, a Beijing Sport University (BSU) & Sports Officials Training Center of General Administration of Sports of China Delegation led by BSU Vice President Dr. Wang Fen met all day with the ATLANTA DITC and Georgia Perimeter College (GPC), as well as other institutional partners of the ATLANTA DITC. The BSU delegations visited: the Emory University Woodruff PE Center, the Dunwoody GPC Campus, the ATLANTA DITC campus at Brook Run, the Little Creek Horse Farm, the Emory University Sports Medicine Center, and finally the Georgia Institute of Technology (GA Tech) Campus Recreational Center (CRC) that houses the official Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games swimming and diving venue.  At 18:45, during the last meeting with BSU at ATLANTA DITC headquarters, Noah Downer, City of Atlanta, Director for International Affairs came to greet the BSU delegation on behalf of HE Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed.
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