July 29, 2005

IOC Sport Vote Still Super-Duper Secret

The leaders of the International Softball Federation would like to know exactly how many votes they got when they were removed from the Olympic programme.

But they don't want to know so badly that they're willing to reveal the results to everybody else:

The International Olympic Committee agreed to release the sealed voting figures to the U.S.-based federation, but the softball body declined because the totals would have been given to all IOC members. (AP via The State)

So for now, still super-duper-secret; but I now have some hope that these voting results might some day be released. Stay tuned.

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