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62OLYMPIC REVIEW F or many people around the world, 13 is an unlucky number. This was anything but the case for the city of Copenhagen in Denmark, which recently hosted the 13th Olympic Congress. The Danish hosts did not leave anything to chance, however. Over a period of a week, Copenhagen hosted many foreign dignitaries and representatives of the entire Olympic Movement attending the 121st IOC Session and the Olympic Congress. On 3 October 2009, IOC President Jacques Rogge opened the 13th Olympic Congress in the presence of 1,249 Congress participants. The Congress provided a rare opportunity THE 13TH OLYMPIC CONGRESS IN COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, SAW THE OLYMPIC FAMILY GATHER TO DISCUSS AND DEBATE THE FUTURE DIRECTION AND PRIORITIES OF THE MOVEMENT OLYMPIC CONGRESS